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By Dawn Calvert
Tell Me What You Want...
Sitting in her favourite espresso store, Jane Ellingson realizes a frappucino cannot repair a damaged middle. She used to have a funky activity, a ally, and a fiancé--and she misplaced all of them in a single relatively undesirable day. hiya, can she have a do-over? How a couple of complete new existence?
...What you actually, quite Want
yet Jane is ready to get a moment probability while she reveals a stone that incorporates a want. With not anything to lose, Jane figures she'll opt for it--and abruptly she unearths herself in Victorian England, assembly the speeding Curran Dempsey. ahead of lengthy she's smitten--and thoroughly not able to stick in her corset. in truth, she feels like the heroine in a romance novel, head over heels in love with a guy who is too tremendous to be real...and too horny to renounce.
Praise for sunrise Calvert and her novels...
''A pleasant story.'' --Romantic Times, 4 and a part stars
''Unique...an creative premise.'' --USA Today bestselling writer Amanda Scott
Dawn Calvert, a public kin exec and advert copywriter, graduated from the collage of Oregon with a level in English and now lives and works in Washington country.
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By someone with coordination. Social graces. And a British accent? Wait. What was that? She heard herself speaking again. "I should like for you to meet my aunt, Mr. " She nodded toward the carriage. "Mrs. " A plump woman, whose eyes blinked so rapidly, it must have been difficult for her to see, emerged, murmuring pleasantries. Interesting. Her aunt. Even though both her mother and father had been only children. "Mrs. Hathaway. Welcome," Mr. Dempsey said with a broad smile. "And my sister," she heard herself continue.
His forehead puckered. "American," she answered, while her gaze scanned the hall, looking for something, anything, to hold on to. Had she really wished herself into this place, with its elegant, polished hallway and gold fixtures? It looked real, smelled real. She took a few steps to her right, laying her hand on a table. It felt real, cool and smooth beneath her fingertips. "American," James repeated, sounding unconvinced. " Mary Bellingham could chime in anytime now, supplying sparkling dialogue.
No excuse. She'd been in a hurry to get home, and have time to change for her date with Byron. He of the brilliant, white-toothed smile and deep blue eyes. He, who it seemed, she'd waited all her life to meet. The news release had been a last-minute task, like most in the senator's office. A hasty, pull-this-bit-from-this draft and this-from-that one. She hadn't proofread, for the first time in as long as she could remember, or she would have seen what she'd accidentally included. A politician who championed tough legislation on drunk driving could not have it hit the press that she struggled with her own alcohol issues.
His And Hers by Dawn Calvert