Choices: A Story of Emotional Confusion

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Soon after moving in, her live in boyfriend moves out and goes to live with his over possessive mother after a seemingly small tiff about a cold cup of tea. Instead of a kss and reconciliation, Jacky receives a wedding invitation from him. She is not named as the bride at his wedding. Attending the wedding escorted by rich, handsome Declan Kavanagh as pretend lover's made a mockery of the ceremony but afterwards, the emotions and the charm of Declan vividly explodes in her mind when she wakes up the next day ...
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Overview



Soon after moving in, her live in boyfriend moves out and goes to live with his over possessive mother after a seemingly small tiff about a cold cup of tea. Instead of a kss and reconciliation, Jacky receives a wedding invitation from him. She is not named as the bride at his wedding. Attending the wedding escorted by rich, handsome Declan Kavanagh as pretend lover's made a mockery of the ceremony but afterwards, the emotions and the charm of Declan vividly explodes in her mind when she wakes up the next day completely naked in bed with her wedding partner and discovers the ecstacy of their pretend love was real.

"What have I done?" was her plaintive cry.

The new client at her Advertising Firm was millionaire Sir Robert Ravenhead who seems to think money buys whatever he wants and he made it clear that he wanted her. She was his Project Accounts Manageress for his Book Promotion.

The two men in her life were women magnets and Jacky's emotios were rocked with more questions than answers. She confides her confused romantic feelings with her best friend Jennifer who warns her to beware

Jacky is determined to maintain a professional image with Robert and at the same time show her sexy friend Declan that loving is not just lust.

Money cannot buy love.

Jennifer tells her that Declan never did anything without a backup. He even used two fertility protection devices and that was significant.

Did she make the right choice when she asked Declan to wash up the evening meal dishes?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412012546
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/31/2003
  • Pages: 182

Meet the Author



Sarah James is a nom de plume for a man happily married to a computer (plus one other). Sarah James' books are character led fiction cut and pasted from real people who he's had the privilege of meeting when he has to work to pay the mortgage, car, electricity, etc. bills . . . more bills.

Now he writes everyday to try to make enough to satisfy the grandchildren who wheel and deal hoping that Granddad will LEND them cash.
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