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CHAPTER ONE

cloud of golden-red hair which hung loosely around her small oval face. Her eyes were strangely green, set beneath arched eyebrows which were drawn together now in an angry scowl.
" Did you loose that arrow at me?" Rodney asked.
Her lips pouted for a moment and then suddenly she smiled.
" Twas but a jest."
Her smile was irresistible and Rodney found himself smiling back. She was a lovely, roguish child and he imagined she must be the daughter of some employee on the place; he could see that she wore a white apron and her loosened hair told him that she had no social position. But she was prettyher breasts were round beneath the tightness of her gown, and at sea one had only dreams of fair women with which to relieve the loneliness of the long nights when one's arms ached to hold something warm and soft within them.
" If it were a jest," Rodney said severely, "'twas a costly one, for my hat is ruined and I bought it in Cheapside but a week ago."
" I could perhaps mend it for you," the girl suggested.
There was no apology in her eyes and her mouth still curved in a smile which had grown mischievous, and strangely enticing.
" By Heaven you shall pay for it!" Rodney exclaimed.
" Pay for it?" She echoed the words in surprise as his arms tightened round her and he drew her closer to him.
His kiss was something she did not expect, for his lips found hers unprepared, unarmed, and for one long moment she was still beneath his strength. Her mouth was sweet and very soft. He could feel the beat of her heart against his, and then with a little cry and with a sudden violence which caught him unawares she had wrenched herself from his grasp.
Before he could stop her, before, indeed, he realized what she was about, she had run away from him through the thick leaves of the lilac bushes and was gone.
He knew it would be impossible to follow her and he felt, too, that it might prove a little undignified. Smiling, he returned to the drive and, picking up his hat, drew the sharp-pointed arrow from the crown.

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