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She still couldn't look at him; still resenting him for the way he had made her feel over the children's Christmas presents, but she didn't realise that Charles was aware of her feeling until he came up to her, picking up a tea-towel and starting to dry the dishes she had washed, his voice low and uncertain as he asked, 'Ma ... ' What could she say? It was all too complicated to explain to a sensitive fourteenyear-old already burdened by more responsibilities than he should have to carry. ' she gave him a brief smile.
It means that I'm special ... important even. I like that. ' His mouth touched hers and she knew she was lost. ' The anxious sound of Charles' voice from the other side of the door brought her back to reality. Jay released her and opened the door at the same time. 'It's my fault your mother's been delayed, Charles,' she heard him saying as she ran anxious fingers through her hair. ' He was fastening his shirt as he spoke, his actions so matter of fact and commonplace that they tore at Vicky's heart.
I think we should try to get back as quickly as possible,' Jay remarked, echoing her own private thoughts. 'It doesn't look too promising. I shouldn't have to spend too long at the factory— it's just a courtesy visit, really, to make the acquaintance of the staff and to collect some papers I need, so I should be through by lunch-time. Mentally calculating what she had to do Vicky told him that so should she. 'Good. I'll drop you off in town—the factory is just the other side of it. ' Telling herself that it was ridiculous to be disappointed by his business-like attitude, when not so very long ago she had been telling herself that that was exactly what she wanted from him and no more, she suggested that they meet in the foyer of the town's one and only hotel, which was close to the shops and had the virtue of a large carpark.
Hard Man (Mills & Boon Romance) by Jordan Penny