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    Chapter 10

    (Tina nods) I did. We were in Massachusetts previously

    (Bette) Were you lecturing there too?

    Tina nods and has a sip of wine.

    (Tina) I was, yes. I was at Harvard

    Bette looks at her.

    (Bette) Impressive. That’s quite a lot to walk away from

    (Tina sighs) It was. But I’m happy where I am now

    (Bette) It’s a great school, but it’s no Harvard

    Tina examines her for a moment.

    (Tina) You have an Ivy League vibe about you

    Bette smiles.

    (Bette) I went to Yale

    (Tina) Also impressive

    They smile at each other.

    (Tina) I’m happy enough at UCLA, and I still have a relationship with other universities and can continue my work with them

    (Bette) What type of law do you specialise in?

    (Tina) International

    Tina pauses for a sip of her wine.

    (Tina) I’ve worked across different institutions in the UK and Europe, and have been brought in several times as an expert advisor to the European Commission. That can all continue from here

    Bette examines her for a moment.

    (Bette) So, you’re brilliant then?

    Tina laughs and Bette smiles watching her.

    (Bette) And I guess that explains your knowledge of the political history of the EU

    Tina shrugs.

    (Bette) I hope you don’t mind me saying so but you don’t seem like the kind of person who should be playing second fiddle to someone else’s career

    Tina looks at her.

    (Tina) I’ve always known what I was in for. You don’t get involved with that family, and particularly not with Andrew, without knowing you’ll always be in a support role

    (Bette) And you’re ok with that?

    Tina looks at her for another moment.

    (Tina) Yes, I am

    Bette studies her as Tina has a sip of her wine.

    (Bette) And if it were up to you? Where would you be? Back at Harvard?

    (Tina) You know I don’t know, I don’t think I’ve ever really considered the question. We were only ever there because he was completing his study, and left as soon as he finished. I was probably ready to leave, but I wouldn’t have chosen here

    Tina thinks for a moment.

    (Tina) Somewhere in Europe, I guess. Belgium, or Germany

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    1. Bette is way too nice. There is no way I would even be in the same room, let alone have drinks with Tina after the lies. I have always been on team Tina, but I am having trouble accepting this behavior from her. I am in no way going to drop this story, I am a Tibette forever fan.

    2. Surely Tina is not naïve enough to believe that Helena doesn’t have some idea of what happened in Majorca? And with Alice snooping around and being in the Potter Gallery she is a possible friend of Bette’s and now an acquaintance of Helena’s too. Tina’s Majorca trip is about to become pubic knowledge…. is she ready for that? I do not know what kind of guy Andrew is, but I have a feeling he is not going to be pleased with the information nor the fact that is will soon be in the public sphere. Tina is headed for a huge storm… whatever life she was planning on with Andrew may never come to fruition. She should have had more discussion with Bette while she was in Majorca as to who they were, where they lived, their professions and so forth. Too late now…. the dominoes are about to fall and there are going to be a lot of hurt feelings all the way around.

      Great story… keep it going.

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