She'd Just Sold a Day in Her Life for a Million Dollars . . . When a stranger made an unusual request -- to buy a past day of Kathleen Welles' life -- she immediately took the offer. She sold that wicked Wednesday, a year ago, when she'd behaved like a spoiled, petulant princess and thrown tantrums over trifles. It was the day she'd lost the one man she could ever love.
Now She Was Living on Borrowed Time . . . The last thing Kathleen expected was to be transported back to the very day she'd sold. Could she smile at silly annoyances and shamelessly force Zachary Foster into love everlasting? She had a mere twenty-four hours to make the unwilling Zach warm to her. And the clock was ticking . . .