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Branded (Ignite #2) Kissing Sin (Riley Jenson Guardian #2)

It was as I walking to school to meet my boyfriend at the school gates that I realized something: I hadn’t picked up anything to read in forty-eight hours. That was so un-Comet-like! Moreover, I only sort of missed it.

Harper opened up thick wedges of cheese; he uncorked a bottle of chilled white wine. The sunset brought a change in temperature that chased off the heat of the day. A sudden breeze ruffled the tablecloth, and Harper lurched for the heavy plastic cups, just catching them before they blew overboard. They laughed as he poured the wine. Soon all was ready, and they each took a chair at the small makeshift table across from each other. The air was fresh and breezy, the sea was calm, and the sun was lowering into a dusky sky.Sliding back into her chair, she angled it so she could see his face and the glorious sunset behind him. The night was becoming as wildly exotic as a bird-of-paradise flower. The vibrant oranges, magenta, purples, and gold filled the sky as the sun slowly lowered. Balmy breezes swirled softly against her bare arms and legs. Harper tasted the sweet chill of the white wine on her lips and thought, This is heaven.

One in a Million (Lucky Harbor #12)

As they feasted on a bounty of cold local shrimp and crab, seasoned artichoke hearts, heirloom tomatoes with basil, and crusty French bread and cheese, the flavor of salt hung in the air. Taylor lit hurricane lamps that flickered in the twilight like early stars. Harper swirled the wine in her glass and recollected how she’d been on luxury yachts many times in her young life, gone on cruises with her mother across the globe where gourmet meals and expensive wines were lavishly served. Yet sitting on the deck of the Miss Jenny with no one else on board but her and Taylor, the great green nets swinging in tempo with the rocking boat, the vibrant sun lowering in unparalleled grandeur across an infinite horizon where sea met sky, she couldn’t remember ever experiencing a more perfect evening on the water.She glanced at Taylor and saw that he was watching the sky as well. In the dusk, backlit by the magenta sky, his silhouette was etched in her mind—her memory.This is, she said softly, the most romantic dinner date I’ve ever been on.

How to Drive a Dragon Crazy (Dragon Kin #6)

That’s good news. Taylor grabbed the bottle. More wine?Love some. He filled her glass, then set the bottle down and reached over to the cooler to grab a bottle of water for himself.

I’m driving. He nodded toward the wheelhouse.

But generally, I don’t drink much anymore. Sure I have a drink now and then. But not much. Anymore, that is.Granny James clasped her hands and blinked rapidly, seemingly reluctant to go. She looked at the cottage with yearning. I should make a final walk through the cottage to make sure I have everything.

You’ve already checked it twice. Mamaw linked arms with her. If you’ve forgotten anything, I’ll mail it to you.No, don’t trouble yourself. I’ll come back for it. Granny James gave a quick smile.

The Marriage of Opposites

Please do. Mamaw gave her a kiss on the cheek, then released her arm and turned back to the house, giving Granny James and Harper a moment of privacy.I can never thank you enough, Harper told her, for all you did.

No thanks necessary. I did it simply because I love you.I wish my mother felt the same way.

Granny James looked into Harper’s eyes with sincerity. Georgiana does love you, as difficult as it might be to believe sometimes.I don’t think she’ll ever forgive me for buying Sea Breeze. Or you, for that matter.

Granny James released a short laugh. Of course she will. Who else does she have to call and natter?Or that I’ve written a novel. Do you think I should send it to her? Along with my wedding invitation?

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