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"You have to be mistaken. Daniel doesn't even like me," said Hannah.

"Beth, I have been married for forty years. I could recognize the love in his eyes when he looks at you, a mile away! But," he continued solemnly, "this is a dangerous situation. A man, who as far as I know, is not a Christian, is in love with you. It would be very easy for you to love him in return. That is why, your mother and I think it would be best if you went away." Hannah looked up at her mother, who was standing beside her husband's armchair.

"I'm sorry to send you away, especially with all the media trouble, but it is the right thing to do," exhorted Mrs. Anderson.

"But I don't love Daniel," replied Hannah.

"This is best, Hannah," said Mrs. Anderson. Hannah accepted her parents' advice. After all, she had been the one who took the job with Mr. Hanley's office. Look at the trouble she was in now!

"I'll go back to my apartment. It's probably best that I leave anyway. I don't want any more reporters bothering you guys again. Besides," she added on a happier note, "Jenny's baby is due soon. I think her husband will appreciate my keeping her company while he's at work." Hannah got up from the sofa. "It's strange," she observed outloud, "I feel like the whole world has changed in one morning."

"Discretion shall preserve thee, understanding shall keep thee."
~ Proverbs 2:11 ~

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