Notes From the Backseat

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Red Dress Ink, Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction
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London aristocrat Mia Clementine does gorgeous for a living. Her cousin's etiquette firm, The Inner Gentleman, works small miracles on rough-around-the-edges superstars, and Mia is their most sought-after stylist. But selfish, overpaid soccer player Josh Watkins? He's in a league of his own.

And thanks to her rep, his team wants Mia to wave her magic wand and turn their celebrated player—and we do mean player—into a changed man before his next charity gig.

That means: * No more fighting. * No more swearing. * No more "allegedly" shagging a page-three girl at a casino restaurant.

But just when Mia thinks Josh is kicking his old habits, he turns the game around. Suddenly, Mia's looking for meaning in her society-page existence. Sure, she's an expert in pushing the posh life, but maybe it's time to not play by the rules.…

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Thursday September 18
23
Thursday September 18
25
Thursday September 18
41
Thursday September 18
48
Thursday September 18
49
Thursday September 18
61
Friday September 19
97
Still the same very long Friday
160
Friday Christ will this day never end?
169
Saturday Sept 20
174
Saturday September 20
219
Saturday September 20
227
Saturday September 20
241
Saturday September 20
253
Sunday September 21
274

Friday September 19
120
September 19
129
September 19
133
September 19
150
Monday September 22
282
Copyright Page
297
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