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69000608 Sally Wentworth the Wings of Love[1]

69000608 Sally Wentworth the Wings of Love[1]

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Published by Sharmila Ragobar
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Published by: Sharmila Ragobar on Apr 16, 2013
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The Wings of Love Sally Wentworth 
 
 
CHAPTER ONE
 
 
'BUT I don't want to go. Why should I?' Tressy Sinclair slammed her coffee mug on thekitchen table and stood up, her anger too strong to be contained. Her mother looked at her unhappily and, with a sigh, began to plead. 'It's only for threemonths or so. Most girls would jump at the chance of spending the summer on the FrenchRiviera; I know I would.' 'Then you go,' Tressy answered rudely, then shook her head, impatient with herself for having made such a silly remark. 'All right, you don't have to say it; I know they want meand not you. Although why they couldn't have asked you as well I don't know-they cancertainly afford it.' 'Your uncle says in his letter,' Mrs Sinclair pointed out patiently, 'that they want you togo along as a sort of companion for Leonora. It'll be like a holiday. And you could dowith one, love. You've worked hard enough these last few years.' 'Rubbish!' Tressy answered scornfully. 'They weren't interested in me before I got myqualification as a beautician and hairdresser. They just want me along as some kind of glorified lady's maid to Aunt Grace and Nora.' 'Leonora,' her mother corrected tiredly. 'It was always Nora before they got ambitions to climb the social ladder.' 'But you can't say they ignored you, Tressy. You spent lots of holidays with them whenyou were a child.' 'Yes-always as the poor relation, always pointed out to their friends as the object of their munificence. Until I refused to show abject gratitude all the time; they soon stopped

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