One Lost Summer (Part 4, page 3 of 37)


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Part 4

Kirstie frowned.

As though reading her thoughts, Alain said with a broad smile, ‘Manon is a direct sort of person, who likes things right where she can admire them.’ He said this as though conveying more meaning than appeared on the surface. Then, to Heather, ‘Thomas was right after all. It’s not the sort of thing I would have chosen to do. If I didn’t know better I would say that he was challenging me. But he knows how I am with capturing the motions and textures of life. When I’m done, not only will the sea and the sails be full of life and animation, but the wind itself, though invisible, will be unmistakeably present.’

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