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The Surrogate Who Cleaned Up

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  • Sales Rank:494,062
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:214
  • Publication Date:April 10, 2013
  • ASIN:B00CBKZT44


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It's not easy being Dali Wright. Her career as head usher for the Gurthrie Theatre is a far cry from the directorial position she longs to hold. She knows she must further her education in order to place her well-toned rear into one of those high canvas chairs with her name emblazoned upon the back. But the truth of the matter is, Dali simply doesn't have the funds to go back to school, and as if that's not enough to bear, she is rapidly approaching her peak childbearing time. Toss in a nonexistent love life for this blonde, perfect physical specimen (except for a nose that stubbornly veers to the right) and the desperation of Dali's situation mounts. No terrific career, no boyfriend, no children--no way to live, she decides. It is in the midst of this turmoil, Dali spies a classified ad from Blade and Daisy Dafner (a wealthy, unhappily married, but gorgeous couple) searching for a housecleaner and surrogate mother in one.

Despite her best friend's arguments against the preposterous idea, Dali finds herself living and scrubbing within the lap of luxury--while at the same time watching her own lap expand. As the tale unfolds, Blade and Dali uncover an undeniable attraction for each other, while Daisy maintains her frequent "physical" appointments with Dr. Dynk. Will Dali give birth and leave the child behind with Blade and Daisy? Or will Dali discover her soul mate and a whole new life?

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