By Barbara Cartland
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He spoke heavily, as a man might who is under sentence of death, who has lost hope and for whom there was no future. It was a strange impression she received and yet it was unmistakable. For a moment she could only stare at him, knowing that he was looking inwardly at some hideous secret which she could not share, and speaking truthfully and without exaggeration. She had a sudden premonition of danger. She felt and knew that all she had half sensed or guessed intuitively was but a fraction of the ghastly truth.
Lady Brecon slept late and Dorcas saw to all her needs until eleven o'clock. Miss Fry was then requested to read her ladyship the leading articles in the Morning Post and was given two letters to write, after which she was told that her time was her own until the Dowager awoke from her afterluncheon nap. Delighted to be free, Caroline hurried down to the Vicarage, where she saw Harriet and enquired if there were any letters. There was one from Mrs. Edgmont, and Caroline despatched one she had written saying that she was very comfortable and happy at Cuckhurst and intended to stay at the Vicarage for at least several more days.
For a moment she could only stare at him, knowing that he was looking inwardly at some hideous secret which she could not share, and speaking truthfully and without exaggeration. She had a sudden premonition of danger. She felt and knew that all she had half sensed or guessed intuitively was but a fraction of the ghastly truth. It was as if something indefinably evil threatened Lord Brecon, creeping inexorably nearer and nearer while she was powerless to save him. Caroline's horror must have shown on her face, for of a sudden Lord Brecon smiled and the darkness vanished from his eyes.
A Duel of Hearts by Barbara Cartland