By Deanna Raybourn
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Amos took his leave and shut the door behind him as Portia raised a brow at me. We had seldom been entertained in kitchens. But before we could move, the door opened again, flung hard on its hinges. The moor wind gusted inside, flaring the candles as a man strode over the threshold. “Brisbane,” I said, my voice catching. He saw me then, and I think his expression could not have been more surprised if he had seen a ghost. In fact, he stopped a moment and put out his hand, as if to prove to himself I was no wraith.
Portia, if you are so determined not to enjoy yourself, why don’t you leave now? It can easily be arranged and you can take the next train back. A few hours at most and you can be in London, smoothing over your quarrel with Jane. ” She raised a brow at me. “I have no interest in seeing Portsmouth. Besides, what quarrel? ” Val perked up considerably at this bit of news, and Portia threw him a vicious glance. “Go back to sleep, dearest. ” “Do not attempt to put me off,” I put in hurriedly, eager to avoid another squabble between them.
I teased, hoping to jolly her out of her foul mood. She stared into the glass, and for just a moment her expression softened, as though she were prey to some strong emotion. But she mastered it as swiftly as it had come, and her face hardened. “Perhaps there is nothing to find,” she said softly. She tilted her hand and a single crimson drop splashed onto the tablecloth, staining the linen with the finality of blood. “Portia, leave off. You will ruin that cloth,” I scolded. The butler moved forward to scatter salt over the spill.
Silent On The Moor (A Lady Julia Grey Novel) by Deanna Raybourn