A Man Of Means (Harlequin Presents) by Kay Thorpe

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Dark brows lifted. 'That's your own affair. Leave those, Dana. ' 'I'll see to them,' Cathy offered as Dana straightened from her attempt to take up the tray. ' Mark didn't argue with that. 'Put the guard around the fire before you come up, will you,' he said. ' CHAPTER FIVE DANA preceded him up the narrow stairway, too well aware that they were going to be the subject of discussion downstairs for some time to come. Cathy was no fool. She recognised all was not quite right with the newly weds if Ian did not.

Beverley shook her head. ' She was at the door first, opening it to smile brightly on the man standing waiting. 'Goodness, you do look distinguished, Mr Payne! ' He was smiling too. His glance went beyond her to the slender figure of his daughter and subtly altered its expression. 'You look very much like your mother today,' he said. ' There was a pause, then he briskened again. 'Right, Beverley. I'll see you down to the car, and then come back for Dana. ' Left alone, Dana took a last lingering glance in the mirror, trying to see herself as Mark would see her in half an hour's time.

I'll see you down to the car, and then come back for Dana. ' Left alone, Dana took a last lingering glance in the mirror, trying to see herself as Mark would see her in half an hour's time. Mrs Mark Senior. It sounded unbelievably wonderful. She was going to make him proud of her, she vowed. She was going to become the most accomplished hostess in town. People would fight for invitations to their dinner parties. She had to laugh at her own flights of fancy. It wasn't going to be quite that easy.

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