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My childhood was spent in Springfield, Illinois. " "Athens, Ohio," he said. It was strange, but this was the first time on the journey that he had actually felt the need of companionship. Page 27 Was it the closeness of Lenora, and the sweet smell of her? But no, that was foolish. And he most certainly did not need a woman to get in his way. He quickly took his hand from Lenora's arm and began to pat and smooth the mane of his black mare. This horse had been good to him. Back home James could always depend on a full day's work from her.
Yes. Quite," she answered, feeling the pressure of his hand warming her flesh, making her forget the soreness of her bruises. " he asked her softly. She was entranced by the momenthis touch, and his voice blending together had a soothing, massaging effect on her inner self. All her life, she had been accustomed to the loud, authoritative voice of her Papa. But this man's voice was like a song being sung to her, gentle and soft as a lullaby. She sent a smile in his direction. "Quite long, James," she answered him.
She did care that he talked to her, liked her. There was something about him that made her pulse race, no matter how much she hated herself for feeling Page 30 this way. He was so very handsome. His dark eyes were accentuated by his weathered, tan face, and there was a boyishness about him as a sly smile played upon his lips. She returned his steady gaze, feeling suddenly very bold. James swallowed hard, for he recognized a knowing look in her eyes. Was she also attracted to him? After all, she was only sixteen.
The secessionist movement in the Caprivi : a historical perspective by Maria Fisch