Gypsy

Gypsy

by Jacqueline George
     
 
Down a disused Devon lane, Virginia discovers John, a handsome gypsy living in a traditional horse-drawn caravan, an idyllic piece of Old England. He has a dog and a horse, and makes baskets for a living, but there is more to him than first meets her eye. He is an educated man who has chosen a simple life. The more Virginia learns of him, the more interesting he

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Down a disused Devon lane, Virginia discovers John, a handsome gypsy living in a traditional horse-drawn caravan, an idyllic piece of Old England. He has a dog and a horse, and makes baskets for a living, but there is more to him than first meets her eye. He is an educated man who has chosen a simple life. The more Virginia learns of him, the more interesting he becomes.



His companion Sally has her own caravan nearby, and the two of them show Virginia a world that she had never dreamt of before. Their exotic way of living fascinates her, and John is very hard to resist. His music and his cooking add to his attraction, and Virginia begins to fall under his spell. Then one magic evening, her life begins to change...



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Romantic and hot - thanks Jacqueline! I don't know anything about gypsies in England, and I thought the pretty caravans and horses had disappeared long ago. This story shows something different, with a gypsy man living with a foot in both worlds. He has a horse and caravan, but writes ebooks. He is also sexy, and can cook. A very romantic setting for this story, which get delightfully hot at the end. That's just Jacqueline, I suppose! Loved it! by Netti



Another hit! Gypsy is another romantic short story with just the right amount of erotica from JG at Yellow Silk Dreams! I read in one setting and enjoyed every minute of it! by Karma



Beautiful! Another beautifully erotic tale from one of my favourite authors. Jaqueline describes situations and settings in a way that pulls you in and makes you believe you are watching the action. Just wonderful. by Gemma Parkes

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780987392022
Publisher:
Jacqueline George
Publication date:
10/28/2012
Sold by:
Xinxii Publishing
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
45
File size:
309 KB

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