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Published: 2019-02-11T16:00:00+00:00

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The Bishop’s Daughter by Patricia Johns

Chapter Ten

Elijah swallowed a mouthful of food. Sadie’s gaze flickered up toward him, and she gave him a faint smile. She had her precious permission—she’d see Absolom again. She claimed not to want anything from him, but she did want this.

He was going to be responsible for her, too—to both her father and her brother, whose hopes for her future were vastly different. The blind enthusiasm from that night when he’d offered this had evaporated. It wasn’t just about giving her something no one else could, or getting some time alone with her. Going to the city changed people—Elijah had seen that firsthand.

 

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Author:Patricia Johns

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Kensington

Published: 2019-02-11T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Ten

Elijah swallowed a mouthful of food. Sadie’s gaze flickered up toward him, and she gave him a faint smile. She had her precious permission—she’d see Absolom again. She claimed not to want anything from him, but she did want this.

He was going to be responsible for her, too—to both her father and her brother, whose hopes for her future were vastly different. The blind enthusiasm from that night when he’d offered this had evaporated. It wasn’t just about giving her something no one else could, or getting some time alone with her. Going to the city changed people—Elijah had seen that firsthand.

He’d wanted Absolom to go with him the first time he left home because he was afraid of going alone. Elijah knew the risks of companionship now, like the apple from the tree of knowledge. There was no unseeing what she’d see out there, and she’d be changed by the experience, whether she wanted to be or not. Sometimes ignorance really was preferable, especially if she wanted a peaceful Amish life.

“Are you sure this is a good idea?” Elijah asked, and all eyes whipped toward him.

“It was your idea, wasn’t it?” the bishop asked, eyebrows raised.

“It might have been impetuous,” Elijah replied. An offer sparked by a moment in the dark with Sadie—less logical than it was competitive with the other men he imagined courting her in the near future.

“It seems appropriate to me,” Sarah Graber said quietly. “You brought my son to the city with you nine years ago, and you can bring him home again. You can make up for the impetuosity of youth. But I do appreciate your caution now, Elijah. I do.”

Elijah looked back down to his plate. He was no longer hungry, and he could feel the weight of that responsibility—because their expectations weren’t realistic. He wouldn’t be able to deliver what they wanted with Absolom or Sadie. He couldn’t turn back time.

Little Sammie was munching on a dinner roll, but the rest of his food sat untouched on his plate. Sadie pushed back her chair and her son crawled into her lap, leaning his cheek against her shoulder. Sadie smoothed his flaxen curls away from his face.

“Will you take Sadie to see her brother?” the bishop asked.

Elijah could refuse, but nothing would change. Not for him. He’d be even more alone, having alienated the only family who remotely understood where he’d been. Or he could do as they asked, and bring Sadie to the city.

“If you insist,” he said at last. “But you can’t hold me responsible for anything more than delivering her back home again.”

The bishop met his gaze and held it for a beat, then nodded in agreement. It was something.

The meal ended soon after, and Elijah thanked Sarah for the meal, then headed to the mudroom for his boots. He needed to get away—to go home—and think this all through. The bishop followed him to the door.

“Thank you,” Elijah said with a deferential nod. “I’ll see you in the morning.

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