by Victoria Chancellor
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For seasoned pilot David Terrell, nothing seemed more foolish than flying into a rainbow to wish for a wife. But the down-to-earth widower would do anything for his little girl, Jamie, and she would settle for nothing less than a fairy-tale princess as a mother. So to humor his six-year-old, David flew into the nest rainbow he saw - and emerged in 1886 Wyoming.
Analisa Ludke couldn't believe it when the man emerged - like a storybook prince - from the strange flying contraption. She welcomed David into her home, and soon discovered that he was no mere fantasy. And as he struggled to return to his child, Analisa fought to understand the flood of emotions that engulfed her whenever he was around. Until she realized that David's love could take her to a place where dreams really do come true . . .
David stepped even closer. Analisa smelled his scent, so unique and clean, and experienced the heat of his body. He was burning hot, as hot as the embers in the hearth. She wanted to step back, but she'd taken root at this spot. All she could do was wait, her heat beating fast, her breath shallow and rapid.
"I couldn't have imagined a more lovely woman to share this dream," he said, his voice as soft as a snowflake. "I've been telling myself that I was hallucinating this visit to the past, that I was really still up in my plane, unconscious."
"You are not in your plane," she whispered. "You're here in this cabin."
"Whatever you say. All I know is that you're here with me, and you obviously want me as much as I want you."
"I want you?" His words made no sense, but somehow her body understood, warming, tingling with awareness and a sudden yearning to be closer still to this man.
"Yes, you do," he said, his head angling closer, his lips parted.
Her hear seemed to skip a beat. Time skipped as the combination of his words and her body's reaction seeped into her consciousness. "I don't know what you mean," she said carefully. That panicky feeling returned, cooling the heat of her body, breaking her free from the strangely exhilarating lethargy that had stolen over her like morning clouds easing over the highest peaks.
"Then let me give you a hint," he whispered, their lips nearly touching.
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