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CHAPTER TEN

He had been confined to his cabin during the encounter with the pearling lugger and now she supposed he had been released and she smiled up at him, conscious at the same time that Mister Gadstone was within earshot.
" Another capture I hear," Don Miguel said.
Lizbeth nodded.
" A pearling lugger," she replied.
" A good haul?" he enquired.
" I do not know," Lizbeth lied, because somehow she could not bear to tell him about those six pearls.
There was no reason for her to keep it secret, but she did not want to boast to Don Miguel of Rodney's success. She was proud of what they had done, and yet the newly-awakened love within herself made her understand much that Don Miguel was feeling.
He, too, wanted to be successful. He, too, wanted to show her that he could conquer and be the conqueror. She could understand, as she would not have understood before, the pain in his voice and the sudden harshness of his tone as he said:
" Master Hawkhurst has the blessing of the gods-good fortune is always at his shoulder."
" We are not yet home," Lizbeth answered.
Don Miguel glanced towards Master Gadstone who, although he was watching the boats returning from the shore, obviously had an interest in their conversation.
" And when we reach what you call home," Don Miguel said, and now he spoke in Spanish, "I shall never see you again. Do you not think that I remember that, every moment, every second of the day and night? I am a prisoner here in my own ship, but in some ways I, too, am fortunate, for I know that you are not far from me, and there are moments like this when I can keep looking at you."
" Hush, we must be careful."
Lizbeth hardly breathed the words above a whisper. She was alarmed. She saw the quick glance Master Gadstone gave Don Miguel when he started to speak in Spanish. Whatever language he used, there was no disguising the soft, caressing tone of his voice or the expression in his eyes when he looked at her.
" We must be careful," Lizbeth whispered again.

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