throw him. It was too late for this now — or he thought
Jael came, and they confronted each other once more.
"You can go," said Grace to the maid.
They were alone, and eyed each other strangely.
"Sit down," said Grace, coldly.
"No, thank you," said Jael, firmly. "I shall not stay long after the way I have been received."
"And how do you expect to be received?"
"As I used to be. As a poor girl who once saved HIS life, and nearly lost her own, through being his true and faithful servant."
"Faithful to him, but not to me."