Featured BooksStarting over at forty-one had never been on her bucket list When newly single Lacy Baker decided to figure out what she was going to do with the rest of her life, the cabin she'd inherited from her parents seemed like the perfect place to make some plans. But a carelessly spoken wish and unexpected encounter with a mysterious stranger put those plans on hold. Now, thrust back to a past that is no longer hers, she has to depend on the kindness of another stranger to help her find the way home. He'd never pictured himself as a knight in shining armor Waking up to find a beautiful woman holding the sharp end of a fireplace poker against his neck had been a shock, but it was nothing compared to the outrageous tale Lacy had spun. From the future? Ha! Alec McKay would have laughed—if the evidence hadn't been quite so convincing. Determined to help her return to 2014, it doesn't take long before he begins to hope she's caught in the past with him forever. Originally published as The Accidental Wish More info →
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