Taking a break from her frustrations, Cindy Baker rests her head on her computer work station and recalls a portion of a memory - including the reassuring feel of a young man's hand.
"Where is my knight in shining armor to carry me away from all this?" she whispers to her computer screen before returning to her work.
Little does she know that she is about to be swept up in a twelve-week anonymous suitor romance mystery, complete with roses and poetry delivered by a messenger dressed as a squire, riding in a long white stretch limousine, on behalf of her high school boyfriend of some twenty years ago, Red.
Her heart crushed by her own decision to end their relationship blinds her to the possibility, and her tightly guarded memories of him won't allow her to even consider, it could be him.
And what may be an even bigger surprise is that the shy, timid boy she had fallen in love with back then has become a famous author, her favorite romance author, a man that has written novels that left her restless, breathless, and yearning.
But the price of fame changes people. Can she love the changes in the man she remembers or will it doom them to life without the other?
Clever, contemporary, and wildly romantic ...Can Come True will remind you to be careful what you wish for, it may lead to happily ever after.
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About the Author
The man behind the pen name Darin TaDream is just a simple workingman who made a snide comment about the quality of a romance novel his wife had just finished. She immediately shoved the foot he put in his mouth further in, until he was gnawing on his kneecap.
Not one to back down from a challenge, he dove into a few more novels, then created his own first story-not this one. That story was good enough to convince his wife he could write, and the foot was extracted some.
Finding his ankle not very appetizing, he wrote another tale. But to completely remove the foot, he still had to get published.
This book is the mouthwash to remove the last taste of his toes and allow him to say, "Yes, I can!"