Friday, June 1, 2012

In the Bag by Kate Klise

Professional chef Daisy is heading to Paris with her teenage daughter, Coco. On the same flight are Andrew and his son, Webb, en route to Madrid to oversee the installation of an art exhibit. When Andrew accidentally spills wine all over Daisy, he impulsively slips a flirtatious note in her bag, offering to pay for the cleaning and take her to dinner. When she finds it, she is not impressed and fires back a raging e-mail. Speaking of bags, Coco and Webb happen to be traveling with identical black duffels, which get switched at baggage claim. They find each other’s contact info in the bags and start an e-mail courtship, which leads to...

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