Abduction by Charlotte Lamb

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I just want to go over what you've told me. ' 'I feel sick,' Marisa said, swallowing. She half rose and the woman quickly showed her into a small white-tiled lavatory. Marisa swayed, her forehead dewed with chilly perspiration. Her whole body was icy. Sickness came and went in waves. She heard the policewoman talking in the further room and after washing her face with cold water she went back. There was tea standing on the unpolished desk. Marisa sat down and accepted one of the mugs. The warmth of the hot liquid reached her as she took the mug between both hands, and she sipped, leaning over the desk, shuddering.

He glanced at the other woman and gave a shrugging gesture. 'Let's see your notebook. The woman handed it to him. He flicked over the pages, frowning over the writing. 'I can't read half of this. I suppose you know what it says. His voice had a wry irritation. 'It's like trying to get blood out of a stone,' the woman sighed. 'Obstinate isn't the word. The man handed her back the notebook and looked at Marisa. ' She looked at him, startled, her blue eyes enor¬mous. For a second she thought seriously about it.

Marisa looked up, startled. Gabriel stood, his long body uncoiling so that his height made him even more alarming and impressive. The nar-rowed grey eyes stared down at her. ' he broke out. ' CHAPTER THREE THE silence stretched between them like taut thread. Marisa had no idea what to say to him. She stared at her own hands. They were pale and cold, the fine blue veins at the wrist standing out under the smooth skin. ' He sounded almost pleading, his voice husky. He was staring at her hands, too, seeing the way they trembled, the betraying tremor running through the slender ringers.

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