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It had been a miserably freezing day, with a blustery wind that made it far colder than was normal for early March. The housekeeper had attempted to move all the available coal to Francesca‟s grate, but countess or no, she couldn‟t allow the rest of the household to freeze at her expense. Besides, the countess‟s bedchamber was immense, and it had always been difficult to heat properly unless the rest of the house was warm as well. The library. That was it. It was small and cozy, and if Francesca shut the door, a fire in its grate would keep the room nice and toasty.

He didn‟t always—or these days even often—like himself, but he knew himself. And when Francesca had turned to him with those bottomless blue eyes and said, “The baby was to have been yours in a way, too,” she‟d shattered him to his very soul. She didn‟t know. She had no idea. And as long as she remained in the dark about his feelings for her, as long as she couldn‟t understand why he had no choice but to hate himself for every step he took in John‟s shoes, he couldn‟t be near her. Because she was going to keep saying tilings like that.

And he felt as horrid as if he‟d done so. “That was a terrible thing to say,” she whispered. He shrugged. “You‟ve changed,” she said. The sad thing was, he hadn‟t. Not in any of the ways that might have made his life easier to bear. He sighed, hating himself because he couldn‟t bear to have her hate him. “Forgive me,” he said, running his hand through his hair. ” She grinned at that, and for a moment they were transported back in time. “It‟s all right,” she said kindly, touching his upper arm. ” He sucked in his breath.

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