“I hate people like that.” He clenched his jaw. “Getting angry for no reason. Can’t they see how miserable they look?”
She said nothing but gripped his arm a little tighter.
“And the woman was no better. She had a look about her. She’s a snob. I’d know her sort anywhere.”
“And he was stuck up. Self-important. Arrogant. How does he get to be on the committee? Who would put their trust in that man? I can see through him easily enough. I don’t understand why anyone puts up with it.”
“No, dear, I don’t either.” She sighed, softly, but he didn’t notice.