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Walkabout? Sophie blinked. What was this? What did he want? Was her face as red as Honorine's Christmas cape? His smile faded a bit and he shifted uneasily in his saddle. "I beg your pardon if I have imposed. It's just that I have noticed you sitting here on several occasions, and I wondered if perhaps you might know the occupants of the house at the end of the lane just there," he said, motioning behind him. Sophie didn't actually see the house he indicated, as she had, unfortunately, caught sight of his thigh—the heat quickly spread to her chest, constricted her breathing.

He nodded to her lap. " Sophie immediately set the thing aside, but then did not know what to do with her hands. After a moment of awkwardness, she folded them primly in her lap. " Marvelous. Why don't you go ahead and fling yourself at his feet, then? Sophie forced a laugh, and the amused sparkle in his green eyes set off another sweet wave of pure longing through her. Bloody hell. Her attempts at feigning disinterest were ridiculously inept. If anything, what she had heard about him had only made her that much more curious.

All right, there had to be a perfectly reasonable explanation, and if she would take a breath and stop acting so addlepated, he might very well tell her! Sophie clumsily gained her feet, preparing herself… Because of your reputation, I'd prefer my son not be seen in your house— "Lady Sophie, won't you sit? " Oh, she was flushed, all right. Her heart was battering so wildly against her chest she was surprised it didn't leap from her bodice and land squarely on the carpet between them. "I… Yes. " She should be the one asking him to sit!

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