'We've met before, Mr. de Savigny."
Josephine's words startled the snobbish French aristocrat, who had earlier mistaken her for a stable boy. The error was understandable, for Jo liked her tomboy image and scorned feminine things like elegant -clothes and makeup--and romance.
"Sooner or later," Marcel de Savigny stated with a challenging gleam in his eyes, "your womanhood will catch up with you."
Fearfully, Jo looked back at him. She prayed that Marcel wouldn't be around when that happened!