At Odds With Love (Harlequin Romance, No 3323) by Batty Neels

By Batty Neels

What have been His Plans For Her? whilst Jane wanted support, she was once surprised that it was once the charismatic general practitioner Nikolaas van der Vollenhove who tore himself clear of his busy agenda to come back to her rescue. A well known workaholic, it used to be noticeable that he had no time for something -- or an individual -- in his lifestyles. Which was once why his marriage concept got here as this kind of surprise. simply why did he wish Jane for his spouse -- if it wasn't for romance?

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So would you," she said in a fierce watery voice. " The professor sighed. It had taken him several days to make up his mind that he would have to find Jane; he had a strong sense of duty and fair play and she had been the subject of neither. He had gone in search of Bessy finally, remembering the address that Jane had mentioned, and had found that good soul unsettled and longing to get away from London. She gave him Jane's address and as soon as he could arrange his work so that he could be away for a couple of days he had driven north.

Just curious. " "No, no. " She stopped and bit her lip and he said easily, "This afternoon. " Why did she keep saying that like an idiot? " "Leave her to me. " He laughed suddenly. "What an unfair question, I won't expect an answer. " Let us go back to They parted at the conservatory. "I'll see you later," was all he said and whistled to Bill to go with him. She had barely tidied herself before the bell went and she went upstairs to find Lady Grimstone in her usual chair and the professor sitting by her.

You can go. " He opened the door for her and she went past him without looking at him. If she could have trodden on his feet she would have done so. When she went back her employer was alone and disposed to be chatty while Jane heaved her on to the sofa and began the tedious business of arranging shawls and scarves just so and cluttering up the little side-table with all the unnecessary bits and pieces essential for the lady's nap. "A delightful man," observed Lady Grimstone and added, 'and so clever.

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