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CHAPTER FIFTEEN

she knew, nor how it had happened, she knew that she was utterly safe with Lord Ormsby from now onwards. And London was a heavenly place.
`I should love it,' said Sylvia, her face alight with happiness. `It is kind of you. But I think I'd better have dinner at home, it won't be such a rush.'
Ormsby got up.
`I'll call for you at a quarter to eight. Can you manage that ?
'Easily. Thank you so much.' She held out her hand.
`Thank you, Mrs. Wellard. Quarter to eight, then:
And as he went downstairs he was thinking, Why in hell didn't I have a daughter like that? If Maggie had known her job - Damn it, nobody can pretend it's my fault...
And Sylvia was thinking, Perhaps the green ... I suppose Lady Ormsby won't be there ... Lady Edgemoor's seen it... Of course she mightn't be there, and anyhow we mightn't see her. And I expect I shall keep my cloak on, and she hasn't seen that. ..`All right, Alice, I've finished.'
`Mr. Wellard has just telephoned, madam,' said Alice, as she took the tray. `He's very sorry he won't have time to get back to dinner, and he'll get something out.'
`Oh I Oh, well, that makes it easier. I want something at seven. Will you tell Mrs. Stoker? Just the fish, I think, and the sweet. I'm going to the first-night at the Palace, Alice.' She laughed. `Palace, Alice. Doesn't it sound silly?'
`Fancy,' said Alice.

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