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CHAPTER TEN

let's be sentimental about it. In a way I suppose it did. I was more afraid to let myself go, to trust my instinct. I never thought of marriage as just a thing you did, it had to be just everything to me. I suppose we all have one chance and miss it, and then have to put up with the second-best. Well, I couldn't. I felt I'd missed the best and that was the end of it for me.'
`But was it the best if he - I mean you must have felt that he'd failed you.' Baxter the best!
`I felt that he was very shy and very modest about himself, and in strange country. It was I who ought to have done something.' Baxter very shy!
`Let's go in, it's cold out here,' said Miss Voles. `I'm not so young as I was.' But before she got up, she said, `Did you love your wife absolutely and completely the first time you met her - even before you spoke to her?'
`Utterly,' said Reginald emphatically.
`Yes. Ah, well, of course you would.' She got up. `You won't say a word, of course. It's our secret. Rather fun.'
`Of course not,' said Reginald as he followed her into the house. `At least, what about Sylvia? I never feel I can promise about her, because - well -' `Is she a talker?'
`No. At least, I don't think so. How little one knows.
`How little.' Miss Voles looked at him with an odd smile. `Tell her to-morrow if you like. Or Monday. After I've gone back.'
So Reginald said nothing to Sylvia as he started the car, and nothing as he went cautiously up the drive, but, as he got on to the main road, Sylvia said:
`She was the girl, wasn't she?'
`What girl?'

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