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Still trying to get my breathing back under control, I smiled at him. You really have to stop doing that." "I'm sorry." He gave me a devastating smile and slowly lifted his hand. It fell to the floor, some of the contents spilling out. I'll pick up your things." His hands gently grasped my upper arms. He squatted in front of me and held my gaze, his hands clasping mine while he evenly said, "Deep breath in.
Something inside me stirred when his fingers moved a strand of hair from one side of my head to the other then grazed my cheek while he tucked it behind my ear. I love the shade, too." "Uh, thanks." "Of course." His dimple flirted subtly when he smiled. " "I was waiting for you," I said, shaking my head. " Blinking away my tears, I managed to say, "My dad was in an accident. Another guy ran a red light while turning and fishtailed on the snow, hitting my dad's car." "Oh, my God. "I'm so sorry to cut this short." "Holly, stop." I looked up from where I crouched on the tile floor while reaching for a wayward lipstick tube that rolled further under the table.
Comments/feedback are just the icing on the cake..I love good icing! I was only at the mall because the weather had been crappy all week, and I was getting claustrophobic in my apartment with my roommate and her boyfriend making out like a pair of spring rabbits in heat. I-I guess not." "Quick, before someone else gets it." He placed his clipboard behind my back, using it to guide me. "Consumer surveys." "Is it like your annual household income and what kind of cleaning products you prefer?
I'd tried to remind them that it was Christmas time, not Easter, but Jolie had been too busy giggling and screeching while Dirk chased her back into her bedroom. Just wear a sign next time that says you're a lonely, single woman with nothing better to do than embarrass yourself at the mall. Come, have a seat and catch your breath." Chris pointed to a table for two where the occupants were gathering their things. Once we were seated, he set the clipboard on the table. " "Exactly." "I'd be glad to fill it out." He crossed his arms on top of the pile of forms. It's nice just talking to you." "You said you needed the money.
"One tall, caramel latte for you," he said a few minutes later, setting one cup in front of me, "and a tall, maple pecan latte for me." I blinked up at him, my brain and mouth trying to work together. Like the one you filled out at the mall." "I don't think—" "Do they ask you questions that you provide mostly honest answers to so that others will know more about you? I wanted to shrug off my coat due to the fact that I was sweating, but after his admission, I also wanted to be prepared to jump up and leave if the need arose. You put it on the Internet." "Please, just change the subject," I mumbled. "But to even the playing field, the song that most represents my love life is 'I Want To Know What Love Is' by Foreigner, and I think Stevie Nicks is fuckable." I laughed. I'm really sorry." "By all means." Chris picked up his own phone and seemed to tune me out.
"Holly, the only difference between those and the one you filled out for me is your name is attached to the ones online.
I shifted my gaze to the register where two people were in line. " I jumped and looked up through blurry eyes to see Chris frowning at me with a furrowed brow.
Then I noticed a group of six were just coming into the coffee shop. " I nodded and weaved my way through the crowded tables to the last empty one, a table for two, at the back of the room. Yes, I'm writing it down," I said, reaching for my purse to get a pen. The din of the coffee shop rushed back in, drowning out my mom's words that kept repeating themselves.
But not before I grabbed a caramel latte from the coffee vendor in the food court. When I was done, I noticed the bottom of the sheet had a space for an email address. You, too." I walked away still wearing my own smile.