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All I want to do is keep in with him until I get my money. I'm sick to death of being without. ' 'How can it be otherwise? ' He looked harassed all at once and she felt heartily sorry for him. To own a fortune and yet have to resort to borrowing; it was disgraceful. 'Can't you have it out with Leon? ' Leon himself had maintained that it was more than adequate, she recalled, condemning him for that deliberate lie. ' But Paul was shaking his head even before Tara had finished speaking, 'He won't listen,' he told her sulkily.
They were strolling in the garden, having left Leon a moment ago as he said he had to work in his study for an hour or so before dinner. 'I'm glad you're satisfied,' she returned, her attention more with her surroundings than her companion. The flowers were fantastic; she had never seen so many blooming all at once. And the perfume assailing her nostrils - it was heady and exotic, filling the air with sense-stirring delights. For a fleeting moment her thoughts strayed and she was with Ricky, walking here, in this lovely Eastern garden, on an enchanted island floating like a gem on the calm blue waters of the Saronic Gulf.
More important, what was she hoping for? This dark formidable Greek with the pagan eyes was not the man to fall in love - he was too hard and unfeeling, his contempt for women was too strong - especially Englishwomen. Besides, who would want to find herself under his domination? Not she! That was for sure! The meal was eaten under shaded ceiling lights, with candles on the table and flowers beautifully arranged in an ornate silver urn. Music floated, softly, and from the open window scents and sounds of the Grecian night drifted romantically in.