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life by this here change of parts.""
"Well, I've got you, anyway,"
Said Vincent sullenly.
"I reckon not," she drawled.
"Because," she-answered, "this
is Tennessee, and I reckon your
Yincent was dumbfounded. He
had forgotten the warning, care
fully conveyed, that the Norman
cabin was designedly perched
upon the border line, and that
therefore he must take his captive
.within the cabin itself.
"You stop right where you
are" said Lily. "If you lay a fin
ger on me I'll tell the governor of
A light of amusement flickered
in Vincent's eyes. Deliberately
he stretched out his hand, found
the cool, slender fingers of the girl
and held them.
"I guess the law doesn't say
anything against amicable visit
ing between the stateSj does it?"
"Well," she admitted, "if you
came that way, I I guess it
Vincent stepped forward and
vplanted both feet firmly Non Ten
"Nor about this?" he asked.
And, placing his arm round her,
he drew her to him and kissed her
upon the lips.
"Lily," he said, "this isn't love
at first sight, for I've loved you
since I first saw you in Kemp
ville. But it comes mighty near,
and if I can't get Jim. why, I
reckon I'm going to get you some
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