By Betty Neels
It appeared unusual to Serena Lightfoot that every time she so much wanted support, orthopaedic healthcare professional Mr. Ivo van Doelen consistently looked as if it would have an answer. while he put in her at his previous nanny's domestic in Chelsea, Serena knew she could not remain lengthy, for she used to be at risk of wasting her middle to him. yet Ivo knew what he wanted--he easily wanted house to permit Serena to get to understand him, and a wedding among pals might supply him that point. Now all he needed to do was once convince Serena to just accept his handy proposal....
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I don't see why," said Serena in a reasonable voice. "If this is what Father wanted, why change it? " She paused. " Gregory went red. "You must see that this alters all my plans, Serena. " "What you mean is that you need to marry a well- to-do girl. Not me. " Gregory looked relieved. "What a sensible girl you are, Serena. " Serena stood up. "Oh, I do, Gregory, and nothing would make me marry you if you were the last man living. Now, will you go away? I don't want to see you again, and now I come to think about it, I wouldn't like to be married to you.
She wasn't sure when it had first become apparent that he was interested in her. She had felt flattered and prepared to like him, for her life had been dull, and, after a while, her father had signified his approval of him. When her brothers had met him, they had assured her in no uncertain terms that Gregory would be a splendid husband, and she, with the prospect of a life of her own, had allowed herself to agree with them. But now the years were slipping away, and Gregory, although he talked often enough of when they would marry, had never actually asked her to marry him.
The silver-framed travelling clock which had stood on the table by her father's bed, writing paper and pens, the cat basket from the attic--for of course Puss would go with her. But where would she go? Mr. Perkins had told her that she would be able to stay at the house for two or three weeks. Tomorrow, she decided, she would go to Yeovil and go to as many employment agencies as possible. Without much success, as it turned out. She had no qualifications, and she couldn't type, the computer was a mystery to her, and the salesladies asked for had to be experienced.
A Good Wife (Best of Betty Neels) by Betty Neels