By DAVID DAICHES
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Why don't we have lunch and talk about your career? I'm free this Friday. ' Judith was taken aback, she hadn't expected him to take Baba's coaxing seriously, and she didn't know if she wanted to have lunch alone with him, anyway. He bothered her. ' he broke in before she had finished the sentence, and Judith hesitated, meeting those cool grey eyes and realising suddenly that Baba hadn't pushed him into this. Luke Doulton wasn't the type of guy who could be pushed into anything, he was serious about interviewing her for his own reasons, which had nothing whatever to do with Baba.
Judith has just got back from New York—I told you, didn't I, darling? She's in banking, she's terribly clever. ' Judith's teeth met, and she forced a polite smile as Luke Doulton stared at her, his brows lifting. ' She nodded. ' Judith nodded again. ' She felt distinctly at a disadvantage in her paint-stained jeans, with a gaudy scarf tied round her head and white paint on her nose. Quite apart from the obvious fact that she was no beauty, her appearance would hardly inspire confidence in her ability.
About the possible film? Yes, she was just telling me…' 'Oh, not that,' said Ruth. ' Judith had begun making the dressing for the salad; she stopped, mid-whisk, to stare. 'Engagement? She never breathed a word—when did this happen? Who is he? ' Ruth laughed. ' 'Sorry,' said Judith, smiling back and concentrated on her whisking. Ruth was working at her elbow, slicing hard-boiled eggs and dicing cheese, her movements swift and efficient, but talking quickly as she worked. ' 'The lucky man has money, I gather,' Judith said drily, and Ruth gave her a sideways look.
A Critical History of English Literature: From the Beginnings to Milton v. 1 by DAVID DAICHES
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