By Betty Neels
A best suited match!
Louisa Howarth loved her task as a doctor's receptionist—until Dr. Thomas Gifford seemed at the scene. She discovered Thomas aloof and important, yet exceptionally beautiful. So whilst Louisa came upon he used to be engaged to the definitely improper Helena, she made up our minds it was once her accountability to forestall Thomas from creating a negative mistake. yet Louisa hadn't counted on her becoming emotions for Thomas, or at the probability that it wasn't Helena he desired to marry in the end!
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Sir James said cheerfully, 'Oh, I'm sure you will. She is most reliable--a splendid worker. ' He chuckled. ' Louisa shot a look at Dr Gifford. He was smiling. She didn't much care for the smile. ' `Ah, well,' said Sir James cheerfully. 'One never knows what lies round the corner. ' Louisa murmured and slid away. For a big girl she was very light and quick on her feet. Dr Gifford, listening gravely to his colleague's observations, considered her at his leisure. Big, but beautiful with it. All that tawny hair piled up in a rather haphazard arrangement, that lovely face with its wide grey eyes, haughty little nose and too large mouth which lifted at its corners, and a nasty temper when roused, he reflected.
A handful of cottages, a church set astride a crossroads, fields of ripening wheat stretching away towards gentle tree-covered hills. `Oh, very nice,' said Louisa. ' She didn't expect an answer and she didn't get one. He took the left-hand fork, turned in through an open gateway and stopped before a house half-hidden by trees and shrubs. Louisa got out and took a good look at it. It was what an estate agent would have described as a 'gentleman's residence', mostly Regency which had been added to from time to time, for it had a variety of windows at odd levels, wide eaves and a cluster of tall chimneys.
She turned to look at her stepmother. 'Felicity, I don't intend to marry him, you know. ' `I don't want to be safe. ' `There are many things more important than love,' said Mrs Howarth sharply. ' asked Louisa. `I was very fond of your father,' said Mrs Howarth a bit too quickly. ' She added wistfully, 'It's hard to live as I do now. ' Louisa didn't reply. Her stepmother lived in some comfort and grudged herself nothing. She made no bones about accepting a generous slice of Louisa's salary for, as she pointed out in a reasonable voice, Louisa enjoyed living in the same comfort in a pleasant house, having Biddy to see to the running of it and eating the good food provided.
An Ideal Wife by Betty Neels