Destiny's Calling: Your Future Is Waiting
|Rating||:||4.30 (949 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||226 Pages|
Lee Carper said Destiny's Calling. The characters are extremely likeable, and I found myself turning the pages to find out what happens to the two central characters. If you're in the mood for a fun, light-hearted read, don't miss Destiny's Calling.
Instead of being happy to be home, Rae is desperate to get back to 1980 for just one last kiss…So, how does she convince her brother that she really did jump from 2000 to 1980 and back to 2000 and how in the world can she get back to Chip, if only to say goodbye?. However, as long as she’s here, and blond, muscle-bound Chip wants to flirt with her, it won’t hurt to flirt back, will it? Rae soon realizes she’s not very good at casual flirting, and the more time she and Chip spend together, the more she likes him. She’s been out on a couple of lukewarm dates with a new guy, and she’s (not terribly) excited about where it might go. What’s wrong with staying in 1980? Everything, of course! Her life is in 2000. So when she stumbles into what she thinks is Barney’s Tavern in 2000 to grab a quick bite to eat and a cold drink on the way to a meeting and collides with blond, muscle-bound Chip Andrews and realizes she is actually in the Hi Hat Tavern in 1980, she fantasizes about never going home. She might be in love with Chip Andrews, so maybe she could just stay in his time and find happiness with him. Her big brother (