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Kiss Me Again, Stranger by Daphne du Maurier

Kiss Me Again, Stranger by Daphne du Maurier


"I bent down and put my arms around her and lifted her up close " Listen," I said, "it's raining hard. I'm going to take you home. You'll catch your death lying here on wet stone..."
"No," she said, her hands on my shoulders, "nobody ever sees me home. You're going back to where you belong."

"I won't leave you here," I said.

"Can I call you tomorrow night? Can it be like what I was telling you, you know...going steady"

She didn't answer. She only smiled. She say quite still, looking into my face, and then she closed her eyes and threw back her head and said. "Kiss me again, Stranger"

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Publisher: Pocket Books

Published date: May, 1970

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