By Dawn Calvert
Tell Me What You Want...
Sitting in her favourite espresso store, Jane Ellingson realizes a frappucino cannot repair a damaged center. She used to have a funky activity, a ally, and a fiancé--and she misplaced all of them in a single rather undesirable day. howdy, can she have a do-over? How a couple of complete new lifestyles?
...What you actually, particularly Want
yet Jane is set to get a moment likelihood while she reveals a stone that incorporates a want. With not anything to lose, Jane figures she'll opt for it--and unexpectedly she reveals herself in Victorian England, assembly the speeding Curran Dempsey. sooner than lengthy she's smitten--and thoroughly not able to stick in her corset. actually, she feels like the heroine in a romance novel, head over heels in love with a guy who is too awesome 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 inventive premise.'' --USA Today bestselling writer Amanda Scott
Dawn Calvert, a public family members 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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Didn't matter that Jane didn't have much experience with kids. Or dogs. Or even like the suburbs, when you compared that sort of life to the excitement of the city. What mattered was that it was a life. One she'd been sure she'd grow used to. Even like. Better yet… love. In a burst of spontaneity that at the time had seemed so romantic, she'd whispered the idea in Byron's ear. " And felt his entire body freeze. " he'd choked. That had been her chance. She could have, just that fast, turned it into a joke.
One hand extended toward the carriage. A fresh-faced girl, her cheeks rosy and her eyes sparkling, prepared to alight. She looked about fifteen or sixteen. Her sister? And how was it Jane knew the names of these people—and they knew hers? Nothing made sense here, least of all the carriage with the sour-faced driver and the let's-just-call-it-what-it-is mansion they stood before. Yet, she could not feel her face contorting in the way it usually did when confused and this Mr. Dempsey wasn't giving any indication he could see she was confused.
The heroine. She should be screaming, laughing, something, but instead she felt almost guilty at her sense of anticipation. Already, Mary Bellingham had given Jane a grace she'd never before known. Out of the carriage without falling flat on her face and taking James with her? Would never happen in real life. And right after that, Jane had said exactly the right thing, with manners and decorum. She'd opened her mouth and out the words came. As though she knew what she was doing. It felt good. Strange, yes.
His And Hers by Dawn Calvert