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No aunts or uncles had come to Scotland to visit them, nor had she ever witnessed any correspondence. There was an air of mystery about her parents. Once, when Beatrice had asked her mother why she never talked about the past, the older woman looked as if she might cry. “There are some memories that shouldn’t be re called,” she said, and wouldn’t comment further. When her parents had died, Beatrice had carefully searched through their belongings. She’d found nothing. No links with the past, no letters or documents that might lead to missing relatives.
Yet in all these years, she’d never met any rel 54 KAREN RANNEY atives. No aunts or uncles had come to Scotland to visit them, nor had she ever witnessed any correspondence. There was an air of mystery about her parents. Once, when Beatrice had asked her mother why she never talked about the past, the older woman looked as if she might cry. “There are some memories that shouldn’t be re called,” she said, and wouldn’t comment further. When her parents had died, Beatrice had carefully searched through their belongings.
Startled, she glanced up at him. “Do you consider yourself one of the wolves, Mr. Gordon? ” She clapped her hand over her mouth, horriﬁed at what she’d said. “You’re not prepared for the position you’ve as sumed. ” “And starve? ” She wanted to bite back the words the minute they were said. Who was he to know her circumstances? She wanted neither pity nor charity, simply a way to support herself. ” Beatrice drew herself up, angered at having found comfort from the loan of his coat. She began to unbut ton it, but he stopped her by placing his hands on top of hers.