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219 pages, Kindle Edition
First published June 27, 2016
“The sooner he gets Dream Girl, the sooner I can stop thinking about him as anything more than a friend.”
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"Okay, so as I was saying... You just walked Dream Girl to the door and she smiles up at you, bats her eyes a little." She does an exaggerated eyelash bat that is both ridiculous and incredibly endearing all at the same time. "What do you do?"
Her hair had fallen over her left eye and he reached up, smoothed it back so he could see her face. As he did, he brushed his palm against her cheek just to feel the softness of her skin.
"That's--" Her voice broke and she cleared her thraot a couple of times before continuing, "That's good. That's really good. Now you should tell me I'm beautiful. I mean, Dream Girl. You should tell Dream Girl that she's beautiful."
He cupped her cheek in his hand, ran his thumb gently over her full lower lip. "you're so beautiful." His voice ached with sincerity.
He waited for her next instructions, but they were more than a little slow in coming, so he finally asked, "Now what?"
She looked up at him with dazed eyes that had heat spreading through his whole body. She swallowed again, took a couple of deep, shaky breaths. And then whispered, "Now you kiss me."
"Just like that?"
"Everyone will be so busy staring at me that they won't even notice you."
"Wow." I burst out laughing. "Arrogant much?"
"It's not arrogant if it's the truth. I'm Mia McCain's son. Right now, I'm the hottest ticket in this place."