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But I just…” “Sir,” Johnny stepped forward to say, “Millie’s done nothing wrong. ” Millie’s father’s head whipped around to Johnny, his voice slicing through the night. ” Millie gasped—as her father grabbed her wrist and began to drag her from the dock. And Johnny stepped forward, eyes blazing. ” But Millie looked over her shoulder, beseeching him. “It’s all right, Johnny, it’s all right. Please,” she said, shaking her head. She couldn’t handle any more drama tonight. This was already a nightmare.
After a few oh-no-we-couldn’t-impose type statements, her father finally asked, “What do you say, girls? ” Millie bit her lip, felt her heart hammering beneath her aching breasts, and turned toward her father, driven to boldness for the first time in her life. “Not that I wouldn’t love to meet Mr. Allen’s wife, but…couldn’t Betsy and I stay here and go canoeing? ” Chapter Three M illie strode around the lake’s edge toward the boathouse, Betsy trudging behind. “Why do we have to go canoeing anyway?
She was struggling to get her life jacket undone, but lifted her gaze to his. ” “Good,” he said warmly, the one simple word seeming to hold a secret. Then he glanced over at Betsy, who was out of her life vest and dropping it back in the bin across the dock. “How about you? ” Appearing afraid to even speak to him, Betsy only nodded. He laughed slightly in response. Then noticed Millie still fighting to get out of her life jacket—there was a knot in one of the white belts. His voice came low. ” She sucked in her breath as his hands came up near her chest to calmly, surely work at the knot.