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And his answer rested there, he decided. Like her brother, Elise toyed with him, only her game was in seeking compliments. Such banter was a form of intimacy, he knew, and of the kind that would lead to just the sort of emotional closeness he wanted to avoid establishing with his wife. Gesturing for the serving boys to bring fresh platters of meats and delicacies to their table, Gray forced himself to turn his attention back to the feast. He’d not fall for such a snare. Nay, he’d do better spending his time in making the rest of the evening tolerable.
It annoyed Gray to realize that she seemed unaware of how considerate he was being. She couldn’t know, of course, that he’d never even allowed another woman to share his trencher, no less to serve her. But Alban knew. His friend was seated across from them, not far down the table; Gray saw that from the moment he’d begun selecting foods to share with his wife, Alban had paused mid-motion in his eating, his hand halfway to his mouth. Gray cleared his throat and gave Alban a look that made clear he was to behave as if what he’d just witnessed was commonplace.
The conﬂicting feelings annoyed and angered him. She had no right to come into his life and upset the delicate balance he’d worked so hard to achieve. 42 MARY REED MCCALL He’d not allow it. He needed to get to the bottom of his wife’s secrets, and he intended to uncover this particular mystery right now. ” She pulled away with an abrupt motion, standing and pacing to the other side of the chamber. “Nay. ’Tis of no matter. ” She halfturned, her eyes downcast as she clenched her ﬁngers again. ” Shadows masked her face, but not enough so that Gray couldn’t see the tightness there.