By Karen Templeton
It used to be undesirable sufficient that her companions left shy shop proprietor Dana Malone to scout new retail house with devastatingly good-looking Realtor C. J. Turner. Then — wham! — her way-out wayward cousin actually left a child on Dana?€™s doorstep, and a beginning certificates directory C.J. because the father. elevating her ultracute nephew used to be a dream come actual, and as she and C.J. shared child tasks and shut quarters till paternity used to be proven, Dana stored her cool. yet each time the commitment-phobe checked out Dana, the craving in his deep blue eyes provoked a meltdown. may what all started as a small step for Dana?€™s shop become an incredible jump for Dana?€™s love lifestyles?
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No. ” “Have no idea. ” Wondering, and not for the first time, how two people could live together for so long and talk to each other so little, she left her father to cheer on whoever and headed toward the smallest bedroom—the one that had been Trish’s for nearly eight years—which they generously referred to as a den. In a sleeveless blouse and cotton pants, Faye Malone sat with her back to the door, as comfortably padded as the futon beside her. As usual, she was keeping up a running conversation with the sewing machine while she worked, pins stuck in her mouth, tufts of touched-up-every-three weeks auburn hair sticking out at odd angles where she’d tugged at it while trying to figure something out.
Both ladies laughed. ” “And dropping things,” Cass added. “And—” “Okay, okay! ” It was true. Even after nearly five years, even though wallpaper books and Excel spreadsheets held no terror for her, Dana still tended to lose her composure under duress. Especially about making business decisions on her own— “He’s expecting your call,” Cass said. Dana suddenly felt like a bird being eyed by a pair of hungry cats. ” She sighed in tandem with the soft jangle of the bell over the front door. In a flounce of curls and a swish of that miniskirted fanny that had, Dana was sure, never felt the pinch of a girdle, Mercy pivoted back out to the sales floor, leaving Dana with the Duchess of Determination.
S cell phone had been uncharacteristically silent for the past hour or so. Unnerving, to say the least. “I hear you, I hear you,” Val muttered, sweeping back around the desk, assuming her sweetness-and-light voice the instant she picked up the receiver. J. blink. Behind him, he heard a little shriek and the clatter of plastic as Val dropped the receiver into the cradle. Some twenty-odd years ago, an uncle or somebody had apparently been struck by lightning through the phone; nobody in her family had touched a telephone during an electrical storm since.
Baby Steps (Silhouette Special Edition) by Karen Templeton