By Penny Jordan
It has been six years seeing that Jamie walked in on her lover, Jake Brierton, in mattress with one other woman--and walked correct again out that door and out of his existence. yet even supposing Jamie has spent years engaged on her profitable adorning enterprise, she's by no means been in a position to absolutely exorcise Jake from her brain. he's, finally, her stepbrother.... while her stepdad turns into sick, Jamie is reunited with Jake on their approach domestic for Christmas. She is surprised whilst Jake proposes marriage--a marriage designed to make their relatives satisfied. but if the rite is over, and their honeymoon in a comfortable Swiss chalet starts off, Jamie wonders what sort of marriage she's destined to have with the guy who as soon as broke her heart...and may simply do it back!
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CHAPTER TWO "JAMIE, you're an angel," Beth said breathlessly, standing back to admire the bowl of flowers Jamie had just placed on the dining-room table. The long velvet curtains had been closed against the dark; Jamie pursed her lips slightly as she studied her arrangement. "With Sarah to look after I never get time for all the small details like flowers," Beth told her wryly. "Richard's going to get quite a shock when he finds out what we're having to eat. I'm afraid all I ever seem to manage is something simple.
He knew why she had stayed away, why she could not endure to go back to the place where she had once been so deliriously happy, but he behaved as though she were acting on nothing more than a childish whim. Punish him? Nothing she could do could do that. Did he think she didn't know it? " Across the space that divided them his eyes warned her against contradicting his statement. Beth was looking flushed and excited as she looked at them. "Aunt Margaret will be so pleased. Oh, Jamie, she has missed you so much.
Sh( had packed it on impulse, a handful of dark lavender silk jersey that looked nothing on the hanged: but which moulded her body and picked out th unusual colour of her eyes. It was a sophisticatec dress that only just fell short of meriting the description 'sexy'. She would wear it tomorrow night, she decided grimly. Whatever her privat feelings might be, she wanted Jake to be in n( doubt at all that the old Jamie had gone. A; she hung the dress up she thanked God for the experience that had taught her over the years exactly how to conduct a light-hearted flirtation without involving herself in anything more.