"Oh, you know."
"Daisy, this is a serious charge, and you must answer me. I do not know."
She turned her face towards him, without speaking. Frank waited; he was ransacking his brains.
"Surely you cannot mean Edina!"
A petulant, reproachful movement betrayed her anger. Edina! Who was an angel on earth, and so good to them all!—and older, besides. The tears began to drop slowly from her closed lashes, for she thought he must be trifling with her.
"You will be sorry for it when I am gone, Frank. Edina!"
"Who is it, Daisy?"
A flush stole into her white cheeks, and the name was whispered so faintly that Frank scarcely caught it.
"Rosaline Bell!" he repeated, gazing at her in doubt and surprise, for the thought crossed him that her