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She halted, staring at the bamboo thicket bending very slightly in a faint breeze, whispering as it moved. Her brows drew together in an anxious frown. It had taken a lot of courage for her to stand up to Thomas Lincoln, he was a domineering and autocratic man. Leonie had been saying yes to him all her life and she hadn't been sure she would find the nerve to say no for once. He hadn't been able to believe it, either. Both of them had been taken aback, but of the two of them, Leonie suspected Thomas Lincoln was the most surprised.

Mtali is quite a good cook,' Dr Denis told her. 'He came here because he had appendicitis, he would have died if he hadn't walked through the jungle to get here, and he decided he liked it here and wanted to stay. The only job he fancied was cooking, I'd hoped he would work in the hospital, he's very gentle and methodical, but he doesn't like Soeur Bernadette. ' 'Of course,' her father said. 'I have three nurses, thank God. ' Her father frowned. 'He was wrong, then,' He looked at her with dry irony.

I shouldn't acquire it,' he advised drily. ' Joe was leaning back, breathing noisily. ' He screwed his head round. ' 'She's okay,' Greg Thornton answered for her. ' His teasing eyes told her he was not referring to the near miss the plane had had with disaster, and Leonie looked back at him crossly. 'Not that I noticed,' she said, and he laughed. Joe looked rather bewildered. ' The cockpit door was flung open and a deeply tanned, weatherbeaten face lined with grooved wrinkles from care and anxiety, appeared in the doorway, smiling at Joe.

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