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#Smashwords31 Day 11: a sudden change of direction

A bit of fun for you because it’s almost Friday, something I wouldn’t usually look twice at unless it was the only book on the shelf in a holiday cottage in the middle of nowhere and it was raining. And I hadn’t got a notepad.

I may be exaggerating just a touch, but this is verging dangerously close to . . . romance. Another unexpected joy of ebooks, whole genres just an idle click away that would usually be on a floor of the library or book store that I never even visit.

But anyway, Marriage by Mistake. It seems to be rather sweet. Boy meets girl. Boy marries girl. Boy comes round from hypnotic trance and flees for home. (Did I mention that this part happened in Vegas?) Girl follows boy . . .

Aw, c’mon, it’ll be a blast.

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