Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Bloor Line, another over the shoulder.

Caucasian woman, mid 30s, with brown hair pulled back with purple hair tie, wearing blue winter coat, pink scarf and charcoal gray skirt. A weathered crochet cross is her bookmark.

In the Bed of a Duke, Cathy Maxwell (HarperCollins)

Page 69:

And a truce, however acknowledged, existed between them. One Phillip credited himself with negotiating although not even the Spanish ambassador had ever made him work so hard.
On the days she misses him most, she looks at her life reminded that things are alright. Oddly so, in fact. As if her grandfather had taken God by the ear and, pointing, said, "That one, there. You do right by her. My good will is her inheritance."

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