JUST CURIOUS JUDE DEVERAUX PDF

Just Curious 6 Jude Deveraux An hour later, after a quick breakfast, she and Mac were walking to the rental car, and on the lawn were the bridegroom and other men playing ball. Steve shouted to Mac, asking him to come play with them. Feeling quite flattered, Karen smiled brilliantly at all the young men playing touch football and she smiled even more brightly when she saw that Mac was frowning. Looking up at him, she saw that male shrug that meant that she was in charge. I called him my elephant. Three hours later, Karen was exhausted but exhilarated.

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Just Curious 6 Jude Deveraux An hour later, after a quick breakfast, she and Mac were walking to the rental car, and on the lawn were the bridegroom and other men playing ball. Steve shouted to Mac, asking him to come play with them. Feeling quite flattered, Karen smiled brilliantly at all the young men playing touch football and she smiled even more brightly when she saw that Mac was frowning. Looking up at him, she saw that male shrug that meant that she was in charge.

I called him my elephant. Three hours later, Karen was exhausted but exhilarated. He never wanted to take the time to consider which of any two purchases was better. Twice she had him sit on benches, surrounded by shopping bags, while she went into stores and purchased sets of soaps and lotions, and some fruit and cheese baskets. I think there was a toy car still left in that last store.

Maybe you should go back and get it. After they were situated, he looked at her. For all that this has been great fun today, you and I both know that as soon as we get back to Denver, it will end. You and your husband were everything to the store.

Stanley Thompson was deadweight. Ray knew about machines; you knew everything else. You wrote ads that made people come to the store and you handled the money, telling Ray how much you could and could not afford. It was your idea to add the little garden center and bring in women customers, and that was the most profitable part of the store.

After the waitress left, he said, "You want to tell me about your ideas for this store for mothers? At that Mac gave a little snort of laughter and pushed a pen and a napkin toward her. Truth was, she had thought about this for quite some time.

You know, like clothing in department stores, so if the children wander outside the play area or someone tries to take them, bells go off as they exit the store. And how can a woman try on clothes in comfort with a four-year-old screaming at her?

And fat. My sister-in-law just had a baby, and she was constantly complaining about anorexic sales girls who looked at her with pity every time she asked if they had something in extra large. And—" She broke off as she glanced at his face. He was laughing at her! Taking it, he looked down at it and frowned. She was just one of the hundreds of people who tried to see him about or mail him their schemes for getting rich.

Karen snatched the disk out of his hands. I apologize. Really, I do. You, Karen, are not the screaming type. He was right, she was not a screamer — or much of a fighter. Maybe she needed Ray standing behind her telling her she could do anything before she believed in herself. Have you ever told anyone else about your ideas for the baby store? Did you tell him? And what if we had kids? As Karen opened her mouth to ask another question, he said, "Ready? Minutes later they were again in the mainstream of the mall, Mac moving ahead, loaded down with shopping bags.

Behind him, thoughtful, Karen followed — until she was pulled up short at the sight of a shop full of the most beautiful clothes for children she had ever seen. In the window was hanging a christening gown of fine cotton, hand-tucked, dripping soft cotton lace. But Mac, already large, was made even larger by all the bags he was holding and he blocked her exit as he moved forward. Never had she allowed herself to look at baby clothes as something for a child she might have.

For others, yes, but never for herself. As though in a trance, she went toward the pretty dresses hanging on racks at eye level. Mac, who had been relieved of his bags by a kind saleswoman, came up behind her. The first Taggert baby is always a boy. Not in any real sense. Her embarrassment over what had happened in the baby store was still too fresh to allow her to speak.

She sat, he piled shopping bags around her, then he went to get the two of them ice cream cones, and for a while they sat in silence with their ice cream. For a moment Mac was silent. I could love again, she thought, and in that moment it was as though all the ice she had protectively put around her heart melted.

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But lack of makeup only revealed perfect skin, high cheekbones, and eyes like dark emeralds. She was as dark as Karen was fair, half a foot shorter, and voluptuous. Remember that red dress you had, slit so high your tonsils were visible? But how you and Ray looked when you danced together was worth it!

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But lack of makeup only revealed perfect skin, high cheekbones, and eyes like dark emeralds. She was as dark as Karen was fair, half a foot shorter, and voluptuous. Remember that red dress you had, slit so high your tonsils were visible? But how you and Ray looked when you danced together was worth it! Those legs of yours had every man in the room drooling.

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