By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Trying to cover her mortifying slip, she added, “I thought it had been the elder Mr. ” The housekeeper shrugged, either not noticing or not caring about her slip. “I dinna know for sure. Mr. Douglas certainly took it hard when he heard your grandda had passed on. But ’twas Connor himself who made it known that he intended to bring ye here for Ewan’s sake. ” 36 Her Kilt-Clad Rogue “Because ’tis one thing to have English acquaintances, but ’tis another to bring one in to teach the young master. ” Genevieve took a bite of her biscuit, considering the housekeeper’s words.
She kept her voice light 60 Her Kilt-Clad Rogue and cheerful. “It’s a lovely spring day. ” He peered out from beneath the covers. “Go away. ” “Very well. We’ll do our lessons right here. ” That got his attention. He sat up, wide awake and pulling the covers to his chin. “Are ye mad? ” She smiled. ” He stared, his mouth agape. ” “Just determined. Ewan, I know you don’t like me, which really isn’t fair since we’ve not yet had the chance to get to know each other. ” She shrugged. “It’s your choice not to attend.
Not the woman who had once told him that she loved him. The anger dissipated and he sank into his chair, whiskey glass still in hand. He rested a finger atop the rim and circled, reconsidering his approach. Perhaps he’d been wrong about their summer together. She’d been sixteen then and perhaps he’d only imagined they were soulmates. Or mayhap he’d only wished for them to be so exceedingly like-minded so he could forget about what lay ahead for him. He’d expected her wrath, hurt and disbelief. But never disinterest.