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Anne Mather - Duelling Fire

Anne Mather - Duelling Fire

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Duelling Fire
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Anne Mather
Her shame vanished at his cool attitude"I assume I'm to forget what happened, aren't I?" Sara flashed."How delightful it must be to have such an expedientconscience!"Suddenly Jude's grey eyes impaled her with a savage look. "Iswear I didn't intend for things to go that far!""I don't suppose you did," she answered icily. "After all, there's just so much one man can do, isn't there? And you have othermeans of expunging your frustration.""Would you want me to expunge it with you?" he askedsmoothly. "I could, you know
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and with a great amount of satisfaction."Sara caught her breath. "For you, I suppose.""For both of us," he told her. "And don't pretend you don't knowwhat I mean."
 
 
CHAPTER ONE
"AND are you going to accept?"The speaker was a short plump girl, in her middle twenties, witha round good-natured face and curly dark hair. She waslounging comfortably on a couch, lazily picking the soft centresfrom a box of chocolates open beside her, and flicking casuallythrough the pages of a fashion magazine.The girl with her was her complete opposite. Tall and slim andblonde, her straight silvery hair confined at her nape with aleather thong, Sara Shelley was presently coiled on the floor,examining her profile from the lotus position. She had beensitting like that for some time now, and her friend andcompanion, Laura Russell, was getting tired of waiting for herreply."Oh, I don't know." Sara uncoiled herself at last, and sat cross-legged looking up at her friend. "Beggars can't be choosers, isn'tthat the truth? And believe me, Laura, that's what I am."

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