Beautiful Mistake by Vi Keeland EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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There has to be a corollary scientific relationship between being genetically
blessed and acting like an asshole.
I looked again at the reason for my friend’s inebriation standing outside
the men’s room. Of course, the line for the ladies’ room was five deep,
because only men should be allowed to relieve themselves at their leisure.
Married Guy was standing there, texting away on his phone—probably lying
to some other unsuspecting woman. I studied his left ring finger as his fingers
worked furiously. No ring. Shocker. I’m sure a shiny metal band that
symbolizes eternally committing yourself to another person tends to make
selling that you’re single and looking for the woman of your dreams more
Ugh. What an asshole.
I loved Ava, but I think I’d be suspicious of any thirty-year-old guy who
said that type of crap on a first date.
My eyes lifted from Married Guy’s hand to his face, just as he looked up.
If only eyes could really shoot daggers. I scowled at the bastard. I’m not sure
why I was surprised when he smiled at me.
Probably thought I was checking him out.
I took my own phone from my pocket to distract myself and cast my eyes
down to catch up on texts while I waited. Only…I couldn’t see the damn
letters without my glasses. I put the phone away and felt eyes on me as I
patiently waited, but frowning uses more facial muscles than smiling, and this
jerk wasn’t worth a wrinkle.
After I used the ladies’ room and almost scalded my hands washing them
—the sink at O’Leary’s only has one temperature: hotter than shit—I was
ready to go home. My shift was over an hour ago, and Ava had been
miserable since the cheater walked in, so I doubted she would object to
calling it an early night.
A rich baritone voice stopped me on the way out of the ladies’ room. “Do
I know you from somewhere?”
I turned to find Married Guy pushing off the wall as if he’d been waiting
for me. Ignore him, Rachel. He’s not worth your time. I looked him in the
eyes to make certain he knew I’d heard him, then turned my back and headed
down the long hallway to the bar.
He didn’t take the hint. Falling in stride next to me, he started to say
something when I stopped abruptly. I turned to face him. “You’re a total
asshole. You know that?”
He had the nerve to look shocked. “Me? I guess we do know each other?”
“I know your kind.”
“What the hell does that mean?”
I rolled my eyes. “You think just because you’re gorgeous you can go
shitting all over people, that you can smile your way out of anything. Well, I
really hope karma bites you in the ass someday, that your pretty little wife
winds up fucking half of New York and passes you an STD that makes your
big dick fall off.”
He held up his hands. “Listen, sweetheart, I don’t know who you think I
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