Barbara Cartland

The Ghost who Fell in Love

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    Demelza drew in her breath at the insistence in his voice. As if he felt she was going to refuse his request, he added,

    “I understand if you feel it is unconventional that we should talk here, but where else can we go?”

    For a moment h
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    their union would result in children
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    he had not until now given any thought to the fact that
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    Even after being married to Demelza for three months she could still surprise him
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    Do you want me to swear that we will stay here for the rest of our lives?”
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    That I should grow tired of you is a possibility we need not even contemplate
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    It has made him very happy,” Demelza smiled
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    I certainly made him pay what I considered was their true value
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    searching her face as if it was so precious, so perfect that he must commit every line of it to his memory
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    looking out at the exquisite view which ended
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    They are exactly the same as those that are erected on the Grand National course.”
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    I am hungry,” the Earl admitted, “but I don’t wish to spoil my dinner
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    was half-conservatory and half a lookout over the gardens
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    Earl’s voice when he told her that he loved her
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    but bustled away intent on scrubbing and cleaning now that the visitors had gone
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    that she was very pale and her eyes seemed almost unnaturally large and dark
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    Demelza walked down the stairs rather carefully because, if she moved quickly, she still felt a little dizzy
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    Show me your Mistress’s room.”
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    With Demelza in his arms, the Earl walked into the hall
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    Miss Demelza! Oh, my dearie – whatever’s happened to you
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