By Jean Dumont, baron de Carlscroon
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No reason to feel jealous of that bit of silliness, he told himself—and yet he did. “Look,” Charlotte said, “the Countess of Argyll has accepted a kiss from the Earl of Huntly. ” They moved off to watch, leaving James and Miss MacArthur alone again, behind a screen of roses and rhododendrons. ” he asked curtly. ” She looked up to meet his intense gaze. “Not that I am a judge of kissing. ” He knew he sounded irritated. “The boy who pulls the yarn on the big looms. We have both large looms and hand looms at Kilcrennan.
TO WED A HIGHLAND BRIDE 31 “A bit,” she admitted. ” He watched her, entranced by her beautiful eyes—gray-green, almost silver. Her heart-shaped face was framed by hair so glossy black, silken-rich, that he wanted to touch it. The lovely creature had such a natural allure that he looked at her again and again, as if he could take sustenance from her pure and unassuming beauty. A fragile quality, coupled with a touch of ﬁre, made him feel protective and intrigued all at once. He knew Charlotte, just behind them, must be fuming.
Pleased,” the king said to Lady Rankin, “enchanted. ” “Miss Elspeth MacArthur of Kilcrennan,” James said. The girl stepped forward and made a pretty curtsy, bowing her head, dark curls teasing her slender neck, feathers bobbing. When she rose, King George leaned to kiss her cheek; James heard the moist smack of it from where he stood. “Pleased,” the king said, his gaze traveling down, then up to her face. ” “Your Majesty,” she murmured, bowing her head. James introduced the others, then led Miss MacArthur and Lady Rankin toward the man waiting in the receiving line beside the king.
A new voyage to the Levant by Jean Dumont, baron de Carlscroon