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Capricorn – Having It All and More by Dalia Craig.
The final release in the Sapphic Signs series.
Two women. A strong physical attraction. One set of antique jewelry.
Who will come out the winner?
Two very different women brought together by one set of jewelry
Josslyn Harper and Paige Railton bid against each other for the same antique jewelry ensemble at a New York auction. Each has her own pressing reason for wanting to win the bidding war. With neither woman prepared to give way to the other, the bids rocket to almost two million dollars, forcing Josslyn to admit defeat.
A triumphant Paige is delighted with her purchase, despite its high price. However, she hasn’t bargained on encountering a major obstacle in the shape of a very determined Josslyn Harper.
Josslyn vows to fight Paige to get the family heirloom back but she hasn’t reckoned with Paige’s tenacity.
Over time, Paige and Josslyn find themselves growing closer and soon discover they have a lot in common when the power of love overtakes their battle for ownership of the jewels.
Paige placed her first bid at one million and thereafter Josslyn threw all caution to the wind, matching each bid with a steely determination to win the bidding war. By one point four million, just the two of them remained, with the bids now advancing by one hundred thousand dollars each time.
Where is this going to end?
Josslyn hesitated when it came to her turn, almost choking on the tension. Could she really afford one and a half million to own the collection? No contest. She nodded, then watched Paige signal her next bid. They exchanged two more bids then, sickened, Joss called a halt. There was no way she could find one point nine million without a total realignment of her assets. She had ample funds, but most of it tied up in the company or in long-term bonds; she had nothing of that magnitude realizable at short notice. A momentary stab of despair brought her close to tears. She regretted not being better prepared, but who would have reckoned on Ms. Railton pushing the price up to…
The auctioneer fixed his gaze upon Joss, giving her an extra moment to reflect before his gavel fell with a loud bang. The sound wounded Joss like a bullet through her heart.
“Sold to Ms. Railton for one point eight million dollars.” The room erupted in applause and a buzz of excited chatter.
Gone! The jewels are gone! Read more
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