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Clark fondled his hat brim. “Tell me which shop, and I shall go find her.”
Chen clenched his teeth. “I think that is not a good idea,” he said.
Clark frowned. “Forever why not?”
Chen fell silent. . . .
Clark’s face reddened. “Chen, are you hiding something? Out with it, my man. Why would it not be a good idea?” He looked up at the ceiling, then let out a heavy sigh. . . .
Ah peered through the crack in the door. Chen was probably wondering if he should tell Clark the truth—or not. She watched him gaze at Clark whose lips pressed flat.
Then Chen broke Ah Toy’s rules for servants—again. . . . “I will face great trouble from my mistress for telling you this. You can never tell her how you learned this information.”
Clark leaned forward, sliding his chair closer. “Of course, Chen, your secret is safe with me.”
“She is to be married. She is out shopping for a wedding garment.”
Clark blinked rapidly. Was he trying not to show his surprise?
She held her breath for a moment. A debate raged inside of her: if she went to Clark, here and now, as she was sorely tempted, her risk was great. After his wife’s loss, Clark had already drifted away from her to New York. How could such a man be trusted?
Clark stiffened; his knuckles white around the rim of his hat. “She is going to wed?”
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