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Contemporary
Framed in Dreams
By Dina Smith
Jun 1, 2006 - 7:04:00 PM

When Helen Myers seen the ad in the paper for a Victorian-era mansion for sale she thought it was the answer to her dreams. Helen bought the house sight unseen, paying full asking price in cash. Helen quit her job, bought a car and headed to her dream home overlooking the shores of Lake Ontario.


When Helen pulled up to the house it didn't take long to realize her dream home was actually more like a nightmare. The house was in really bad shape but Helen was not ready to give up on her dream of owning her very own bed and breakfast. Helen decided to call in a contractor and see exactly what she was up against.

Bert Vogl owned Vogl construction and had put a bid in on the Victorian house before he left for Mexico. Bert figured nobody else would even want the old house because it needed so much work, but he wanted it. Bert had big plans for that house, he had dreamed about fixing the old place up into a showplace. When the new owner called asking for an estimate on fixing the house, Bert came up with a plan.

Bert took one look at Helen and all rational thoughts fled from his brain. While Bert did the inspection on the house the only thing he could think about was getting Helen naked and into a bed with him. When Bert told Helen how much it was going to cost to fix the place up she broke down and cried. Helen told Bert that she had spent all her money buying the place and didn't have any left to fix the place up. It looks like Bert's is finally going to get what he wants but will the price be too high?

Trixie Stilletto has written another engaging short story in FRAMED IN DREAMS. From the moment Bert and Helen meet the sexual tension is flowing hot, until the final big explosion. Even though the sensuality part is completely satisfying it is the story line that will keep you turning page after page. FRAMED IN DREAMS is a great book that will keep the reader entertained and satisfied.



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