By Betty Neels
A best suited match!
Louisa Howarth loved her task as a doctor's receptionist—until Dr. Thomas Gifford seemed at the scene. She came across Thomas aloof and significant, yet tremendously appealing. So while Louisa chanced on he used to be engaged to the utterly wrong Helena, she determined it was once her responsibility to forestall Thomas from creating a negative mistake. yet Louisa hadn't counted on her starting to be emotions for Thomas, or at the danger that it wasn't Helena he desired to marry in the end!
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Asked Biddy. 'Bless you, Miss Louisa, there's Mrs Watts--I see 'er down at the Bell regular. Told me she 'ad a nice little flat. One of those little turnings off St Anne's Street. ' `Do you suppose she would consider me, Biddy? ' Biddy considered. 'Well, now, it ain't the place for a pretty young lady ter be. But there's a snug at the back of the bar; I dare say we could arrange something. Leave it ter me; I owes yer, Miss Louisa. I'll miss yer, but it don't seem right that you should do more than your share.
You can go out to lunch. I'll be home around six o'clock, and we can have a meal then. I dare say Biddy will be all right again by tomorrow. A migraine,' said Louisa. `You could have brought me my breakfast,' complained Mrs Howarth. `I'm just off,' Louisa told her. ' Biddy was awake, feeling sorry for herself. ' `Well, you got as far as the gate,' said Louisa. ' `No, no. I told her that you were very poorly. ' `Bless you, Miss Louisa. ' `Yes, but it will get better, Biddy. Try and go to sleep again.
Two--one for the front door and one for this flat. ' `Yes. ' `No need. ' Mrs Watts drew herself up to her full height. ' `Me too, Mrs Watts. I'm so pleased to have found this flat; it's Biddy's doing, really. ' CHAPTER TWO LOUISA told her stepmother of her plans as they walked back from morning service at the cathedral. Mrs Howarth was in a good mood; she was wearing a new outfit which she knew suited her, and she had spent some time talking to friends after the service, arranging to meet at a coffee morning later in the week at which there would be a well-known TV personality.
An Ideal Wife by Betty Neels