By Jennifer Greene
Kelly Rochard is decided to have one final event sooner than settling right down to married life!Still, being mugged on the Louvre isn't what she had in brain for her long-awaited journey to Paris. until eventually Will Maguire involves her relief, and she or he unearths herself thoroughly distracted by means of the good-looking stranger within the Notre Dame sweatshirt. Kelly can not seem to face up to the world's so much romantic urban or Will, who's made up our minds to teach her all its treasures, from the pinnacle of the Eiffel Tower to strolls alongside the Seine.But will their love final whilst they are again in simple outdated South Bend, Indiana, or will they finish up blaming their breathless fling at the urban of affection?
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He still hadn't brushed away the silky strand of hair on her cheek, but he was thinking about it nonstop. The moonlight. Her cheek. Her eyes. That strand of hair. " "I get it. " "Actually, the only thing I wanted credit for was paying my own way, however I could do it. " "Always," she warned him. " "Yeah, that's me. I've got a title. Forensic accountant. Sounds like I do taxes for the dead, doesn't it? But no. My job's tracking down creditcard fraud. To most people, I suspect it's not too thrilling.
The details included a small, thin nose; pink mouth; and a sweep of almost-shoulder-length brown hair. Only brown wasn't an accurate description of the color. The sixty-five-degree morning was drenched in sunshine, and that's how her hair looked—lustrous, full of light, shiny in the sun. Okay, so she was adorable. But that alone didn't explain the kaboom thing. There were fabulous-looking women all over Paris. There was something else about her, something he couldn't define. A zest. A glow. A female thing.
Huge, sharp, ear-drumming, shame-sucking heaps of guilt. Silent as sin, she inched out from under the covers—praying not to wake Will—and then tiptoed, shivering, into the hall. Her two suitcases and carry-on were still lying in a jumble by the front door, but right then, she only had one thing on her mind and it wasn't remotely her stuff. Grabbing a towel from the bathroom to cover herself, she hustled into the living room, grabbed the telephone and found a spot to sit upon the carpet behind the couch.