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Andres stuck with the truth. ―He was,‖ Lord Dobbins agreed. ‖ ―That was my sister‘s impression. She was jealous our father treated me well. I received the education of a nobleman‘s son,‖ Andres said, a hardness forming in his chest. ‖ Andres had not been close to his half brother. Emilio had considered him inferior and had been more ruthless in his opinions than Delia. ‖ He kept his tone light. ―He died, didn‘t he? ‖ ―He fought at Trafalgar, on the other side,‖ Andres said, knowing he was being toyed with—and almost hating the man for it.
Jonesy had seated herself in the center of the settee before the fire and was busy unwrapping colorful Indian scarves from around her neck as she made herself comfortable. The sitting room was one of Abby‘s favorite rooms in the house. It was designed for receiving visitors, with guests walking from the front hall through a paneled vestibule into the well-lit spaciousness that spoke louder than words of her father‘s wealth. Huge windows draped in gold brocade overlooked the back garden. Thick, patterned carpets in green, blue, and gold covered the floor.
Many a time her maid had gone out shopping and returned with a nosegay that Freddie had bought and asked to be delivered to her. No name but a gleam in her maid‘s eye had told Abby she‘d seen him. Everything had always been clandestine because of his father‘s disapproval, and it had added an element of romance. Or had it clouded her judgment? Tonight, after Freddie had rejected her passionate plea, Abby had to face the truth—her father was right. Freddie was weak. Acceptance didn‘t make her feel better.
Aircraft of the Chaco War 1928-35