By Charlotte Lamb
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In case . ' 'There's nothing you can do. If there's any news it will come to you right away. ' Gabriel looked at her with impatience, his face angular. ' She drew in her lower lip, her face wry with pain and brittle cynicism. 'Money,' she said. 'Of course, that's all you know, isn't it? ' Gabriel stared back at her, his jaw pugnacious. 'If money will help, why shouldn't I try it? ' 'Wish he wasn't? I'd give the earth to know he wasn't,' Marisa said hoarsely. The dark colour flowed out of Gabriel's hard face.
Marisa asked in a smothered voice, looking away from the dark, angry face. There was a little silence. 'You know why,' he said in a low, unsteady voice. ' His voice had deepened, become almost slurred, the words charged with emotion. Deliberately he bent and touched his mouth to her bare white shoulder 'That's why,' he muttered with his lips heatedly grazing her skin. ' she groaned, shuddering away. He straightened, breathing thickly, his eyes flicking over her and seeing the tense stiffness of her slender body in the nightdress.
They did not escape or relieve this awful fear. The car sped away and the policewoman said: ‘We’ll find him, don’t worry. Probably some lonely woman borrowed him, but we'll get him back. He'll be okay. I expect he's being well looked after—spoilt, probably. That's what usually happens. Someone who's lost a baby gets a bit desperate and docs something foolish. But she'll be making a big fuss of little Jamie, you'll see. Your friend was right, though—you shouldn't be alone. A bit of a strain, isn't it?