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He paid upfront and she was going to reimburse him for her share of the cost.
But the day before, she rang to say she had changed her mind and wouldn’t be going after all.
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He said he was a writer, so that was clearly, for me at least, a major plus.
The idyllic cottage was monstrously untidy, littered with papers, dusty and dirty and he was fusty and not very clean either.
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