Hazard Of Hearts by Barbara Cartland

By Barbara Cartland

A risk of Hearts

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Her voice was always strange and rather gruff, but now there was a throbbing note in it and a roughness, as if she spoke from some impulse which she could not control. " Serena asked. "I know not," the hunchback answered. " Serena got up quickly. "Spare me, Eudora! I am afraid of these moods of yours. " "I am sorry, Miss Serena. Yet I can but speak of what I feel . " Eudora spoke dully, almost sullenly. "Yes, I know, Eudora dear, but how I wish you did not feel such morbid things; not on such a day as this.

I agree,' the Marquis said. 'All you have lost . ' They began to play. In three minutes it was over and . " Serena shut her eyes. For a moment the world span round her. " "Uncle Giles left White's without a word. I followed him. I tried to speak to him but he shook me off. 'Leave me be, Nicholas,' he said. ' He strode up St James's Street and I followed him a little distance behind as I didn't know what to do. At Piccadilly he stood hesitating for a moment. There was a man approaching him, a gentleman by his dress, but obviously, it seemed to me, slightly the worse for drink.

A breath of wind rustled her hair and she turned her face towards it as if it could blow away the apprehensions of her mind. The door was at the top of a long flight of stone steps leading to the gravel drive. Beyond was a stone terrace and beyond again was a great park which enclosed Staverley Court, stretching as far as the eye could see and enriched with fine oaks planted there a century earlier. A flight of pigeons winged its way across the blue sky. There were several swans moving slowly and majestically on the lake.

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