By Kristan Higgins
One Happily-Ever-After Rocking Chair…and no signal of any drawing close infants to rock in ol' Georgebury, Vermont. For Callie gray, turning thirty ability coming to grips with the truth that her boss (and five-week fling) is much late in his marriage inspiration. And method off target simply because Mark has unexpectedly introduced his engagement to the company's new omit excellent. If that won't undesirable sufficient, her mother comes to a decision to throw her a three-oh birthday bash within the relations funeral home.Bad is going to worse while she stirs up a loopy dating with the town's now not so hot and fuzzy veterinarian, Ian McFarland, that allows you to flag Mark's awareness. So Ian is more well-off with animals…. So he is formal, orderly and just a little annoying. The ever-friendly, fun-loving and spontaneous Callie makes a decision it is time for Ian to get a character makeover. yet dang, if he does not surprise the heck out of her, she may really fall for Vermont's unlikeliest eligible bachelor….
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Bowie licked my cheeks happily and sang me a little song--Rurrrooorah. "I love you, good doggy," I repeated wetly. The door opened and I quickly blew some dog fur off my lips. "Hello," I said, wiping my eyes hastily as I looked up. Oh, shit. Shit on a shingle. Shit on rye. It was the guy from the DMV. The Jesus, lady, get a grip guy. He was studying Bowie's chart and didn't see me at first. Then he said, "Hi, I'm Ian McFarland," and looked at me. His expression froze. " "Hi," I muttered, feeling my face ignite.
Mark's hands slid down to my ass, and he pulled me against him. Oh! Then he stopped. "Okay. We're all set, then," he said casually, the way a cool guy would. He stepped back and opened the closet door, the bright light and giggles from the other kids like the rude buzzing of an alarm clock calling me from a soft and lovely dream. My first kiss! My first kiss was from Mark Rousseau, and it had been perfect. And that second one--holy crap! I floated back to my place in the circle, next to Annie. She asked me something, and I murmured some nonsensical syllables in response, but I didn't hear, couldn't see, was absolutely heedless of the sharp and curious glances from my friends.
Yes," I said. "I'm fine. I was crying a little. You know that poem about the Rainbow Bridge? well. Got a little weepy! " I wiped my eyes again, then fumbled in my purse for a tissue. Crap. Didn't seem to have one. " His expression stony, Ian McFarland once again handed me a handkerchief. "Thanks," I said, standing up. He took a quick step backward, as if my emotional diarrhea might be catching. well, maybe he had a rough appeal. Sort of a Russian gangster look with sharp cheekbones, short blond hair and Siberian blue eyes.
All I Ever Wanted by Kristan Higgins