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Nathan watched her candidly, taking in the smoothness of her skin, her full mouth that he remembered so well, a few strands of her straight, clean hair that had fallen loose to peek out from beneath her hat. If there was one thing he now knew with certainty it was that she truly did not believe her father to be guilty of his downfall. If she suspected it at all, she would have immediately denied him the chance to redeem himself at the banquet. Her father would be there, Owen would be there, Justin and other top English scientists would all be attending.
Then again, she'd more or less told him to come at his convenience by not specifying that she wanted him there precisely at ten. He'd evidently read what he wanted into that. Sighing loudly with her impatience, Mimi dropped her arms, shook them out, and wandered to the west-facing oblong windows, resting her bottom on the back of the settee to take in the view of her small but orderly backyard. The autumn season had arrived at last, and leaves now showed a definite change to fall hues, from golden yellow to russet.
He was right; he was a horrible artist. "It shouldn't be too difficult to work with," she lied after a moment, turning the page around in her hands. "But I do think you should be here while I do so. " "There's nowhere else I need to be, Mimi," he murmured softly in swift return. " At those words, she refused to look at his face, now only an inch or two from hers, because she knew he would be able to detect subtleties and perhaps even advances not only from her previous statement, but in her eyes, regardless of whether those advances were there.
A Historical Tour of Verdun by Jean-Pascal Soudagne