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The Brigadier’s Daughter by Paul Callan

Author:Paul Callan

Language: eng

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ISBN: 978-981-47-8519-8

Publisher: Epigram Books

Published: 2019-01-28T16:00:00+00:00

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The Brigadier’s Daughter by Paul Callan

Jin and Stephanie were resting against the stile with their arms around one another, listening to the jungle sounds. Great branches wafted in a soft breeze high above. Shards of light flickered across her face when sunbeams broke through the foliage behind them. He gazed at her, feeling uncontrollable love, knowing he would never tire of the sight of her beautiful face.

“Can I ask you a question?” Stephanie asked.

 

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Author:Paul Callan

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 978-981-47-8519-8

Publisher: Epigram Books

Published: 2019-01-28T16:00:00+00:00

Jin and Stephanie were resting against the stile with their arms around one another, listening to the jungle sounds. Great branches wafted in a soft breeze high above. Shards of light flickered across her face when sunbeams broke through the foliage behind them. He gazed at her, feeling uncontrollable love, knowing he would never tire of the sight of her beautiful face.

“Can I ask you a question?” Stephanie asked.

“Sure.”

“Do you ever have nightmares?”

There seemed to be a new vulnerability about her today. He squeezed her gently. “I don’t know. I never remember what I dream about. Unless it’s you, of course.”

She pressed herself closer and shivered slightly. “You’re lucky then.”

“Do you?”

Her voice sounded troubled and far-off when she said, “Sometimes.”

He wasn’t used to seeing her this serious and it confounded him. “What are they about?” He tried to make the tone of his voice sound tender and concerned.

She froze, as if balancing up whether or not to disclose her fears. “It’s silly, really, but I keep having these awful nightmares about falling into a pitch-black, never-ending hole… Just falling and falling; falling endlessly.”

He drew her close again to reassure her. He could smell the

fresh scent of her hair, feel the warmth of her skin. She was alive

and in his arms. Why should he worry what she dreamed about?

“I hate it when that happens.” Stephanie gave a tired sigh and said with an effort at nonchalance, “I suppose we must all take refuge in ourselves, right?”

Jin had a sense that beneath her blasé approach was a life yet to be revealed, one that she was trying to cover up, for some reason or another. He shifted uneasily and then he closed his hands around her waist and spun her off her feet.

She waved her arms about and tried to hold down her dress. “Careful,” she warned, “someone might see us and I haven’t got any knickers on.”

He was startled enough to let her down immediately.

“Oh, Daddy’s such a fusspot. He’s the quintessence of British soldering, always worrying over me, thinks I’m still a child. It’s very irritating. I was rushing so that I wouldn’t be late for you and I couldn’t find where Mummy had put my fresh clothes. I heard him tell her that he wanted a talk with me. If I’d stayed, he’d only have jawed on and on.”

“You’re a risk-taker,” said Jin, laughing, “and I don’t believe for a minute that was why you came out without them.”

They lapsed into silence and stood looking into each other’s eyes. Jin felt a fluttering sensation in his veins, as his blood raced faster than before Stephanie’s artless confession. He bent low and glided his hands up her thighs until he found himself stroking the naked flesh beneath her dress, his mind spinning in rapture.

He drew himself up and stretched out over her shoulder to be certain they were not being watched and spotted in the distance the familiar blue and red shirt of his friend. “Oh, no,” he groaned. “Seng is coming.

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