By James R. Shott
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The voice spoke just behind her. A male voice. She frowned. Nobody should speak now. That was improper, disrespectful. Should she ignore it? Or turn and reprimand the speaker? No. She could not. She would not. For she recognized that voice. Slowly she turned to face him. The outlaw David had been incredibly quiet, to have sneaked up behind her without being noticed. Unless he had arrived during the time of wailing. " She couldn't do that. It was contrary to all convention. Indecent. But she only nodded and pushed her way through the mass of curious faces to go with him.
You have made a powerful enemy, David," growled Joab. David grinned recklessly. "Not for long. " Joab laughed. And suddenly the solemn mood was broken by laughter from the men around them, as their natural good humor returned. The only person not laughing, it seemed, was Abigail. Her excited feeling had gone, driven away by David's last words. She knew what he meant. And, she wondered, was that a glimpse into the life ahead of her? What kind of a man did she marry? Page 42 6 David was a gentle and considerate lover.
Although she had planned what to say to him, she was still caught off guard. There was something disconcerting about this man who stood before her, looking at her so intensely. He was so handsomebut that wasn't what bothered her. She had dealt with good-looking men before, and it had not affected her as much as this man did. No, it was something else. Some elusive quality. A combination of things. Boyishnessshe wanted to mother him, protect him, instruct him. His steady gaze on hershe felt he liked her, even admired her, and she wanted to do nothing to change this opinion.
Abigail (People of the Promise, No 7) by James R. Shott