By Lisa Marie Rice
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Then she closed the cupboard and gave the box to him. Her father took off the lid. He looked at the rich silk lining, and then took out one of the red shoes. As Julia had done, he ran his hand along the smooth leather. He looked at her, smiled, then took out the other shoe and put both of them on her bed. ” he said, looking at the piece of paper still in the box. “Yes. ” And she sat down on the bed and waited. Her father read through the note slowly, and then read it again. He looked thoughtful.
As you can imagine, his commanding ofﬁcer was not at all happy about what had happened at Badajoz. It wasn’t the ﬁrst time that Dominic’s behaviour had caused problems. ” He hesitated. ” She nodded. ” “Since he came back to town, I suspect that Dominic has been seeing the girl again regularly, without my parents’ knowledge. You probably know that they will not allow an engagement, but they can’t stop him from doing as he likes whilst he’s in London. ” It is just as well, thought Julia, that Freddie and Emily are such good friends of mine, so that I know about all this.
It will turn out all right, you’ll see! ” With all the excitement of Harriet’s return, Julia was tired when she went to bed that night and slept rather better than she had expected. After breakfast on the following morning, her father called her into his study. “Julia, your mother tells me that a parcel came for you yesterday, from Mr. ” Julia hesitated. She had never lied to her father and felt even less likely to do so now that he was unwell. ” Her father looked at her with curiosity. He could sense from the tone of her voice that that was not the whole story.
Christmas Angel by Lisa Marie Rice