Delicious: TART by LAUREN DANE
Copyright 2012, Lauren Dane
All Rights Reserved, The Berkley Publishing Group
For now though she had to finish getting ready for dinner. Jules wanted to head over to Tart a little early to check Mary’s progress. She’d been forbidden from helping, but not from coming in to her own shop.
Mary insisted on people staying out of her kitchen when she did dinners unless she’d chosen them for helper status.
She wasn’t a helper this time, but if Mary needed the extra hands, she’d pitch in.
But first her nails needed to dry and she planned to think over which pretty underpants she was going to wear. As she had a man and all.
Grinning, she managed to get the drawer open to look, all without messing up her nails.
It was good, this thing with Gideon. The sex had been . . . well, stunningly good. But more than that, he made her laugh. He was the kind of man who cared about important things, who took care of those who needed it.
They shared history. Which was . . . well, she knew plenty of people she’d gone to school with and had been lifelong residents of Bainbridge along with her. But this was unique. Even back then he’d been exotic. He’d come for a month or a week or two and was gone.
That shared history meant something to her. And to him too, she believed. They shared a comfort level she rarely had with others.
Gillian would want details, Jules knew. Jules had tried to talk with her last night, but Miles had been home and they had a movie marathon going. She’d stayed for something suitably horrifying and had slept with her damned lights on, which was often part and parcel of family movie night with Gillian and her men.
She had some juicy post-date gossip and it was about time. She hummed as she got dressed. Things were really looking up.
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