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kissed the soft palm with lips which bespoke his passion without words.
She felt a quiver and a thrill go through her. She felt herself tremble. Suddenly the whole world was too dazzling, too golden to be borne.
" I love you," Rodney said again, his voice low and deep with emotion.
Vaguely and like an echo she seemed to hear another voice saying the same thing, and then everything was forgotten in the knowledge that Rodney was here beside her and her love for him was welling up within her like a flood-tide which could not be denied.
His hold tightened on her hand, and now, skilful in horsemanship as in everything else, he moved close beside her so that he could reach out and put his arm round her waist. She felt him draw her near to him. Her face was upturned to his, her lips waiting to be surrendered.
Swiftly to her mind came the thought that this was the beginning. There was much ahead of them both, so many adventures, so many marvels, so much glory to be striven for and achieved. Then, masterfully and with a sudden passion that would not be denied, Rodney held her against his heart.
" You are mine," he cried, "and I will never let you go again."
She looked up at him and it seemed to her as if every different facet of his character was there in his expression. She saw the reverence and adoration which he offered the Queen, the grim determination he showed to the Spaniards, the mercifulness he offered the ill-treated natives, the hatred of Don Miguel which had frightened her in its intensity, and a new and strange emotion which she did not recognize.
For a moment she thought it was courage-that shining, brilliant courage which was to her characteristic of everything Rodney thought and did, and then she knew it for an expression of love.
Rodney loved her, and everything he was and would be he laid at her feet. Lizbeth could hear the thumping of her heart, her whole being was a-thrill. Breathlessly she parted her lips, but before she could speak Rodney's mouth was 'on hers. She felt the world whirl round her-this was life, this was

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living, this was an adventure more poignant, more marvellous than any she had experienced before.
She knew then that Rodney's heart was hers for ever and for all time-but he was still dedicated to Gloriana. As Lizbeth thought of the Queen she felt one last fleeting pang of jealousy, then Rodney's voice, low, broken and deeply moved, whispered:
" My little love, my sweet, my beloved!"
She felt his lips drawing her very soul from her body and with a sob of sheer, untrammelled happiness, she surrendered herself unreservedly to her lover's kiss-her Elizabethan lover!

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