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I'm not at liberty to discuss it," she said stiffly. "Well, it's not hard to guess about what," he remarked. "Everyone knows he's panting after the bank president's wife. " "People in love seem to lose it rather easily, and she was engaged to him before she married Mr. " "If she's risking her little nest to see John behind her husband's back, maybe there is some worry about money," he remarked. " "If John loves her… " "A scandal would ruin him in Atlanta. Not to mention her good name. " She remembered John coming home wounded to find Diane comfortably married.
She leaned, resting her forehead against the cool wall, while sickness rushed over her. It had been such a long, terrible day. She heard the door behind her open, then shut. The voices in the parlor receded as footsteps sounded. She felt the pull of a steely hand on her upper arm, turning her, and then she was pressed against scratchy fabric. Strong, warm arms held her. Under her ear, a steady, comforting heartbeat soothed her. She breathed in the exotic cologne and gave in to the need for comfort.
You look perfect. Mr. " "Mr. John" hadn't looked as if he felt very proud of her when he'd glimpsed her briefly at the front door, Claire thought miserably. For the past three weeks he'd been very attentive and courteous, taking her out to poetry recitals and musical concerts every night. He'd been a charming companion. His affection for her was as evident as it had ever been… but that was all. There was simply nothing more. There had been no kisses, no effort to make their relationship anything more than friendship.