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Nicole didn't think she'd ever been so angry in her life. She could feel the anger from her toes to her hairline. She stood up slowly, and it was a strain to speak. " He grabbed her arm as she turned away. " he demanded. "Isn't Arundel Hall big enough for you? " The hard slap she planted on his cheek echoed through the woods. He stood there, his cheek turning red, his fingers digging into her flesh. "I would like the courtesy of an explanation," he said coldly. She jerked away from him. "Cochon!
I just—" "Since you don't seem capable of finishing a sentence, then let me. You work too hard. " Grabbing her hand, he pulled her forward. "Maggie's packing us a picnic lunch, and you and I are going to spend the rest of the day in idle pursuits. " He didn't release her hand as they walked across the plantation to the stables, where Clay put a soft leather side-saddle on a palomino mare for her, lifted her into the saddle, and headed for the kitchen. Maggie smiled broadly as she handed Clay the bulging saddlebags.
He stood and began to walk around the open area. "Damn! I don't know why all this had to happen. I couldn't return to England, not when I'm the only one running the plantation. I wrote her several letters and begged her to come to me, but she always had excuses. First her father was very ill then she was afraid to leave him. I could see that she was afraid to leave England. " He looked at Nicole as if he expected her to answer but she didn't. He went on. "It will be some time before she receives my letter, then months before I know if she accepts me or not.