As the maid laced up her blue velvet kirtle, Jessa began to feel as if all the air was being slowly squeezed out of her body. She tried to get past it and struggled with the other feelings sweeping through her. She tried to banish the uneasiness she felt about her pending marriage to Colin, reminding herself that his pedigree was impeccable. Yet her internal strife continued...Two things: Thank God we don't have to wear kirtles anymore to suck the life out of us. Secondly, what makes a good pedigree in man - the way his tail points up or how his fur feels?
Friday, August 18, 2006
Romance Cheese Friday
Yes, it's back! (Did you really miss it??) Anyway, this week's cheesy romance novel exerpt comes from A Spring Wedding: