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The need for reconciliation was long overdue. She must come with her husband for Christmas. It was a strange letter. Grace showed it to Peregrine at the breakfast table and read it again over his shoulder. Was she being invited now as an equal? Was she being offered forgiveness and was therefore still being viewed as the lost sheep of the family? Was she being blamed for the fact that they had not seen Paul before his death? Did her father want her to go? Her brother? Was her father sick? And should they go?
And she had always been thankful for the small but infinitely precious gift of Paul's love and for his need of her time, that commodity that hung most heavily on her hands. But she had never expected more than that, had never felt the need of more. Until Perry had tempted her and in her weakness she had given in to that temptation. And even then she had hoped not to be forced back into life again. html A PROMISE OF SPRING29 accepted for nine years. She had hoped to be no more than his housekeeper, to share no more than his name.
Yes," she said. " "You have beautiful hair," he said, reaching up both hands and smoothing them lightly over it. '' He bent his head and kissed her pale lips. "Come to bed. html ******************* As so often happened after a gloomy day, the clouds had moved off during the evening, and the night was brightly illuminated by an almost full moon and myriad stars. Lady Grace Lampman lay with her head turned to one side, watching her husband sleeping beside her. He looked absurdly young in the repose of sleep, his fair hair rumpled, his usually smiling face relaxed.