For Now Forever by Nora Roberts

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The sliver of moon was like a smile. It might have been a wedding night chosen on impulse, but it was perfect. Taking Myra by the arm, Herbert led the way to the little terminal. "The justice of the peace who was recommended to me is only about twenty miles from here. " When they entered the terminal Daniel quickly scanned it then signaled to a tall uniformed chauffeur. "Mr. " "Aye. Give him the directions," he told Herbert. " Without fuss, the chauffeur gathered the suitcases and led the way outside.

Mrs. Whitfield set down the empty glass. " "I know you don't understand that, either. " She ran her hands through her hair. It fell loose to her shoulders and made her remember that her combs still lay where they had fallen in the grass. The combs didn't matter, they could be replaced. Other things had been lost on that cliff top that couldn't. "What I know, in my heart, is that if I marry Daniel now I'll never finish. And if I don't, I'll never forgive myself or him. " Desperate for reassurance, she knelt at her mother's feet.

She turned, a half smile on her lips. " He saw in the smile that she expected, even anticipated an argument. Change tactics and confuse, Daniel thought, and easily drew on his cigar. "It'll have to be seven-thirty. " He had the satisfaction of seeing a quick flicker of doubt cross her face before she nodded. " When she shut the door at her back, she let out a long pent-up breath. By his desk, Daniel grinned, chuckled and ultimately roared with laughter. Though he wasn't sure who'd gotten the best of whom, he discovered it didn't matter.

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