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The fear and uncertainty fading. She was an agent to the Crown, she had to remember that. Remember who she was before she was shot. SEDUCTION IS FOREVER 39 “Yes, I see,” she said with a nod as she considered what Tristan had said, “If I convince Lord Westfield that I have no interest in the suitors who are suddenly coming around again since my ‘illness,’ if I make him believe that I need his assistance in moving them away from me, he’ll think he is protecting me. But in reality, I’ll be at his side, watching over him, protecting him.
And what about you, Mr. Ashbury? ” Ben wrinkled his face in disgust. “Good God, no! A portrait gallery, how dull. ” With a laugh, Emily turned from his brother and motioned to the parlor door. Emily intertwined her fingers behind her back as she and Grant strolled up the long Great Hall. The buzz of the gathering was long forgotten, left behind after a series of mazelike twists and turns SEDUCTION IS FOREVER 49 in the hallways. Now they were utterly alone, and while it certainly was not inappropriate to share such an innocent diversion like looking at the portraits with Grant, somehow it felt less than innocent.
In fact, it felt downright naughty. Grant cleared his throat as he craned his neck up to observe a portrait of some long dead Laneford ancestor. “I hope my brother and I did not intrude upon your conversation with Mr. ” She allowed her gaze to flit to his face, but his expression was unreadable. “Of course not. Mr. Clare and I simply found ourselves seated next to each other this afternoon. ” Grant’s mouth relaxed a fraction, just enough that she realized he was pleased to hear such news. Her heart gave an unwelcome thump.