A RARE GIFT JACI BURTON PDF

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That was what he got for not paying attention in meetings. The wood-frame house was painted shocking blue and blinding white. The sign out in the front yard was plastered with a bunch of multicolored handprints. So it was cute. The house needed a new coat of paint. Probably would need a new roof within the next year or two, too. He stood at the end of the walkway and watched the endless parade of parents driving up to the side of the house. The side door opened, parents dashed in to retrieve kids, then the car drove through to the back alley and the next car pulled up.

Wyatt went up to the front door and rang the bell, then waited for someone to answer. And waited. He went around to the side and was halted by a tall, thick woman with short cropped black hair and likely more muscles than he had. She wore jeans and a T-shirt and looked more like a wrestler than a day care worker. She frowned, gave him the head-to-toe once-over. I have an appointment with Calliope Andrews.

All the way to the end. Most of the kids must have gone home by now. With the exception of a few stragglers dashing by him on his way down the hall, the place had gone quiet. He found the room Beth had directed him to.

It was fairly small and completely empty. A playroom, it was stuffed with overflowing bookshelves and toys and tables and a giant castle. He stood in the middle of the room, figuring Calliope had stepped out.

Until he heard a rustling in the castle, then a groan. He turned around and saw one very attractive, jeans-clad butt attempting to back out of the castle opening.

She had a great ass. She flung toys over her shoulder while Wyatt stood there, feeling sort of inept. I thought you were Beth. I was cleaning up in here. Maybe nineteen or twenty, at most, was his guess. He followed her down the hall, watching the way her hips moved when she walked. Her desk sat next to the window and there were a couple chairs on either side. He took one and she sat across from him instead of at her desk.

She still wore glasses and her hair was still curly and she was still hot, all right. Calliope had grown up. God, she was gorgeous. And the devil in disguise. I understand why. Over her. Because I want us to be friends. Damn she had pretty eyes. Pretty hair.

And she smelled good, too. Something that made him want to swipe his tongue across her neck. His jeans tightened. It had been a long damn time since that had happened. And he sure as hell planned to stay away from Calliope. End of Excerpt is currently available in digital format only: December 5,

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A Rare Gift

That was what he got for not paying attention in meetings. The wood-frame house was painted shocking blue and blinding white. The sign out in the front yard was plastered with a bunch of multicolored handprints. So it was cute. The house needed a new coat of paint. Probably would need a new roof within the next year or two, too. He stood at the end of the walkway and watched the endless parade of parents driving up to the side of the house.

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