By Anne Mather
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Why? What do you expect me to do? ' For the first time since she had entered the apartment and caused him such an emotional upheaval, Cass allowed a faint smile to touch her lips. 'Oh, Ben,' she exclaimed, and to his dismay she reached up to rub her soft cheek against his roughened jaw. 'Darling, I've never thought of you as a father figure. ' She pulled a rueful face. ' And when he didn't answer, she added, 'I came to you because you're the only person I could come to. I—I need some time to decide what I'm going to do.
In the tourist haunts of the city there would already be crowds of people, thronging the steps of the Duomo, and snapping their cameras in the Uffizi Museum. But here, in this peaceful backwater, it was possible to enjoy the real Florence, where the moss-covered walls of private villas opened on to quiet squares and piazzas. It was the Florence Ben had shown her when she'd first come to Italy, and although she had seen the sculptures in the National Museum, and marvelled at the works of Michelangelo and Brunelleschi, she much preferred his conception of the city.
She employed a married couple of her own age to do the housekeeping and keep the garden in good order. But Sophia did most of the cooking—even if Maria was expected to clear up afterwards—and when Ben was home she invariably looked after him herself. She maintained that she enjoyed keeping his room tidy and ironing his shirts, and if Ben had any objections he was wise enough to keep them to himself. The villa itself sprawled over half an acre, with most of its rooms on the ground floor. However, two of the bedrooms were upstairs, and Ben reflected that Cass could have one of those, as she had done before, should his mother agree to let her stay.