She stared up at him in the moonlight. He stared straightback at her and she felt her heart surge.
What am I getting into? she demanded of herself, but suddenly she didn‟t care. The
night was warm, the boat was lovely, and this man was holding her hands, lookingdown at her in the moonlight. His hands were imparting strength and surety andpromise.Promise? What was he promising? She was being fanciful.She had to be careful, she told herself fiercely. She must.It was too late.
“Yes,” she said, before she could change her mind—
and she was committed.She was heading to the other side of the world with a
man she‟d met less than a day
ago. Was she out of her mind?
Do you ever wish you could step into someone else‟s shoes?
Now you can, with Harlequin
Modern-day Cinderellas get their grooms!Follow each footstep,through makeover to marriage, rags to riches, as these women fulfill their hopes and
Step into Sarah‟s red slippers in this modern
-day fairy tale in New York
If the Red Slipper Fits…
By Shirley JumpOctober 2010