By Anne Mather
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Camilla held up her head proudly, be¬ coming aware, as she did so, that the knot she had se¬ cured so confidently in the hotel in Los Angeles that morning, was rapidly loosening, and fiery strands were beginning to tumble about her nape. 'We... ' 'That... ' Camilla faltered. She could hardly tell him exactly what Virginia had said, but at the same time she had to give some reason for her precipitous ar¬rival from London. 'She—er—she said why didn't I take a holiday in Hawaii? to talk over old times.
But she had expected her old school friend, Virginia, to be on the scene. Instead Virginia had inexplicably vanished, taking her young daughter with her, and leaving no clue as to where she might have gone. Camilla wanted to help. But everything she did seemed to complicate the position still further. As did her growing attraction to Alex Conti, Virginia's husband. You're welcome to stay on for a few days. But I'm afraid I'm going to be too busy to entertain you. Camilla Richards's visit to Hawaii wasn't exactly a hoilday trip.
She thought ruefully, after the in-credibly fat Polynesian woman, who had originally ad-mined her to the house, had left her alone. She might consider herself moderately sophisticated, but she wasn't used to split-level rooms, with velvet carpets on the upper level and polished floors strewn with expensive Chinese rugs on the lower. She wasn't used to beds the size of a small football Held, or ceilings with curved fanlights, angled so that there was no danger of being dazzled by the sun. Not that the sun was a problem right now, she had to admit.