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His And Hers (Zebra Historical Romance) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2008

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Product Details

  • Series: Zebra Historical Romance
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra; First Edition edition (January 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0821780603
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821780602
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 0.8 x 7.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,181,044 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Born at dawn in Portland, Oregon, I buried my head in books from the time I could read. Since the age of eight, I've dreamed of publishing a novel. Dreams come true!

I live in the rain belt of Washington state with my husband, two daughters and an adorable, seldom-quiet Mini-Schnauzer named Coco. At every opportunity, I pack up my laptop and head for my neighborhood Starbucks. There's something about good coffee, rain on the windows, and an overstuffed chair that stimulates the imagination...


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Beverly Romance Books on March 5, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Dawn Calvert mesmerized romance fans with her debut romance Hero Worship, an extremely unique storyline of time-travel back to the Regency era. If you are a true romance fan, her style is thrilling and many a romance lovers dream. How many times has a reader been so absorbed in a story they wish they could be in it? Ms. Calvert transports a contemporary character from modern times in a unique time-travel storyline, but then literally transforms them into a current story being written by a romance author!

The characters from the previous book tuck away the "magic stone" (that allows time-travel and wishes to come true) in a local Starbucks, hoping true love as they have found, finds another. At the Starbucks walks in Jane Ellingson. As she sits in her favorite local coffee shop contemplating all that has been going wrong in her life she happens upon the stone tucked on the window ledge with a note saying "The sport of wishing. A guide for those so disposed." She figures what has she got to lose with a wishing stone, no matter how strange the idea seems? After all, how could her life get anymore awful than it seems at this time? She has messed up big time in her job as chief assistant to a senator when she releases a scandalous story to the press by accident, her live-in boyfriend freaks after she makes a bigger mistake by announcing "why don't we get married?, and she adds frosting to her disaster cake by spilling red wine on her best friend's wedding dress at the final fitting party, and no matter how she attempts to make it better, she is told to "just go away." So what could be better than going away by rubbing the wishing stone?

Little does Jane realize that she would end up in the Victorian era in a Victorian romance novel!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Crystal Adkins on June 3, 2008
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Jane Ellingson is about to take the trip of a lifetime. Sitting in the local Starbucks reflecting on the past misshapes in her life, she finds a wishing stone sitting on the window ledge with a note attached. Now, what could one little wish hurt? Would it be so bad to be whisked away to another place and time where no one knows you and you could just start all over? A modern day girl, transported back in time to the Victorian era, how will she adjust to the much "simpler" times?

James Dempsey is the man that Jane is destined by the author (in the beginning) writing the story to be with. Confused? Jane is transported back in time and is the heroine of a romance novel, written by Mary Bellingham. As the author takes breaks, it gives the characters time to explore the grounds, feelings and emotions, but as soon as Ms. Bellingham has the pen in hand, she begins to narrate the lives of everyone once again. James is constantly telling Jane she must put forth more effort to make Mary's story come to life.

Jane knows that Mary wants her to marry James, but it is the other Dempsey brother, Curran that intrigues her. Now wouldn't that be an interesting plot twist? Curran and James are not on the best of terms, it is rumored that Curran has the devil in him. Could Jane be the Angel to his saving grace? Will the author approve of the match making...or will there even be a match? If the opportunity were to arise, would Jane stay in the historical realm in which she now resides or will she leave everything including love behind?

Dawn Calvert's historical time travel romance is such a sweet read. The characters are loveable as well as lively and opinionated. It does get a little slow at times, but all in all it was very enjoyable. 4 Hearts

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 18, 2008
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i'd forgotten how much i liked her first book (hero worship); this has a similar premise but what a great story line. a definite keeper! really enjoyed the tension between the characters and loved jane & curran. I cried at the ending, always a good sign for me that i really liked the book.
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A series of mishaps and misadventures has Jane Ellingson so depressed that not even a Starbucks frappucino is able to lift her spirits. Within just a matter of days she's managed to completely destroy the life she's built. A stupid mistake at work means she will probably lose her job. Spilling red wine on her best friend's wedding dress just days before the wedding ensures that said friend won't be speaking to her for quite some time. And let's not forget the panicked "Let's get married" to her boyfriend, cementing the fact that he will avoid her at all costs.

The discovery of a small stone with a note sitting in the window of Starbucks may prove to be the answer to her prayers. It's a wishing stone and it even comes with instructions. Ah, if only life was that easy. Still Jane is desperate and if there's even the slightest chance that she can wish away her troubles then that's exactly what she's going to do. Her wish - ' take me away from here. Let me start all over. Someplace where no one knows me.' The next thing she knows, she's whisked into the world of Victorian England, but not in reality . . . no, in actuality she's become a pawn of a writer known as Mary Bellingham and is now the heroine of the story Mary's writing.

Having someone else take over so that she doesn't have to worry about her own graceless blunders seems like a dream come true. Only she's a modern day girl and being forced to appear docile and wearing corsets are chaffing her patience. The hero James Dempsey is a pompous bore and Jane has absolutely no interest in him - Curran, the villian, makes her toes curl and has her imagining all sorts of modern day misbehavior.
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