By Sharon Sala
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Experience the glamour and glitz of Las Vegas with fortunate Houston, the youngest daughter in a relatives choked with women, during this unforgettable romance.
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He shook his head. ‘It’s a frightening thought though, isn’t it? No need to go shopping; no need to visit your doctor. ’ ‘For which we can thank television,’ said Ben drily, and Shelley, who had disposed of the asparagus at last and was beginning to relax again, caught her breath. ‘You can’t avoid the fact that television has a lot to answer for,’ he added, holding her gaze with lazy irony. ‘Wasn’t it the medium that started this lack of communication? ’ ‘Well, yes. But people are better informed because of it,’ exclaimed Shelley defensively.
Just a rather worn-looking woman, stripped of the protection her sophistication had given her. ’ Sarah left the window to come back to the bed, and now Shelley noticed the tray of tea the girl had set on the table beside her. ‘Good morning,’ she responded, pulling up the strap of her nightgown, which had fallen over one shoulder, and trying to ignore the painful throbbing of her head. ’ ‘Eight-thirty, miss,’ answered Sarah at once, seemingly enjoying the reversal of their positions. She lifted the tray and set it across Shelley’s legs.
They might not always talk; sometimes, when Marsha was engrossed in her work, Shelley would just sit and watch her; but she was there, she cared, and that was what was important. Naturally, Marsha had been the recipient of many confidences, not least those of a personal nature. As well as a willing ear, she offered a shoulder to cry on, something Shelley had been grateful for when her problems got too tough. Of course, Shelley was working in a tough profession, that became tougher still when she left the Courier and joined the staff of Capitol Television.