By Alison Fraser
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Perhaps you’d like to find out, Howard,’ he countered coolly. ’ The gap was closed some more. And suddenly Kate recognised that he was, in fact, deadly serious. His hands were clenched in fists by his sides, those blue eyes measuring the distance between Howard and himself. She wasn’t quite sure why he was ready to fight—for his pride or hers—but either way it seemed madness. Even without his disability, he must be thirty pounds lighter than Howard’s brawling frame. ’ She reached for his arm, desperately trying to defuse the atmosphere.
His hands were clenched in fists by his sides, those blue eyes measuring the distance between Howard and himself. She wasn’t quite sure why he was ready to fight—for his pride or hers—but either way it seemed madness. Even without his disability, he must be thirty pounds lighter than Howard’s brawling frame. ’ She reached for his arm, desperately trying to defuse the atmosphere. ‘Listen, I’ve got to go home. I’ll come back on Monday if you want but can I have my money now ... ’ Kate wanted to make sure she at least got paid, as promised.
He repeated the vague excuse she’d already used. ’ Kate frowned, considering whether she should explain about Johnny. But the doorbell rang and Howard went on quickly, ‘Listen, after the party gets going, perhaps we could find time for another little talk. Because I’d still like you to come back with me next week. In fact I’d more than like it ... ’ If Kate hadn’t, his behaviour that night would have been a fairly adequate clue. But for the first couple of hours she tolerated his casual squeezes on her waist while skilfully eluding his arm as a permanent attachment.
A Man Worth Knowing by Alison Fraser