My snippet is from To Save A Lady. It's a few lines from a scene with the hero, Jesse, and his cousin, Lt. Bonnard Reid. Bonnard has found out that Jesse has finally seen the heroine without her silver mask and so he inquires about her looks. Jesse and Bonnard's scenes together were some of my favorite to write because they were so much fun.
“Did she have a plain face?” Bonnard asked.
Straightening the stiff collar of his coat, Jesse replied, “That is none of your business.”
“You know, beauty isn’t everything. A good heart matters more, or that’s what Mother always said about girls who were plain.”
“I never said she was plain.” Jesse buttoned his coat. “She is no more plain than an early morning sunrise or meadow covered with wildflowers.”
“Dear Lord, all we need is a violin.”
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