...Harry looked at the glass in his hand and put it on the table. He carried his breeding as easily as he wore his shirt. Harry Simms was elegant even when he was not trying. He was a gentleman, and that was not a comment upon his nature, but upon his birth and his upbringing.
Beth had seen him before, at a distance, but had never spoken to him. His name had been whispered throughout her childhood, in the way that the bogeyman was mentioned, but he didn't seem to be a bogeyman. The class difference between the brothers was obvious. Robert might also be a gentleman, but of a different quality...
Jenny has a surprise meeting with Harry Simms.
Emma Cookson continues her gripping yarn set in the 19th Century.
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