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He was injured in battle apparently, and the island remained in the hands of that family until the time of the Boer War, when both sons were killed. One of the daughters married the son of an English industrialist but by that time the island was no longer a source of wealth. ' It was dark when they landed in St Lucia. Christy went through the im migration formalities alm ost num b with sleep. She had still not recov er ed from the shock of waking up to find she had been sleeping with her head on Simon's shoulder, and his casual acceptance of their intimacy had not reassured her.

Twisting round she look ed back in the direction they had co m e. Steep stone steps led dow n the cliff from the house to an alm ost perfect crescent- shaped beach cov ered in soft pale sand. They were right at the end of the prom o nt ory, and bey ond the lago on she could see where the opposing currents of the Atlantic and the Caribbean fought for supre m a cy. The day was so clear she could see the distant blur of other islands much further away than they see m e d, so Simon had told her. Already she could feel the heat of the sun burning through her thin cotton shirt, and was thankful that she had taken the time to put som e sun block on her face.

Why? Had it occurred to him that she might still harbour so m e remnants of that teenag e adoration? Was he intent on making it clear that he felt nothing towards her? If so ... ' He said it so quietly, and she was so engrossed in her own train of thought that his words took several seconds to penetrate. 'I never said I didn't desire you, Christy,' he told her softly. ' His w ords cam e as too much of a shock for her to disse m bl e. 'But you rejected me,' she reminded him. 'When I cam e to your roo m .

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