Drunk Girl by Mignon Mykel EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Mignon Mykel
- Language: English
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“WELCOME TO O’GALLAGHERS,” I mumble to myself, unlocking the back
entryway to the pub I’ve been working at for the better part of a year. We’re
not supposed to open solo, but my opener, Ben—who also happens to be my
roommate—is making a run to the grocery store down the street for limes at
the suggestion of the closer.
It’s better I send him now. We won’t get a third
body in the pub for another two hours, and by that time, our kitchen order
should be arriving. Once the truck arrives, we’ll have other things to worry
It’s not like this area is riddled with crime. It’s a pretty safe
I do, however, lock the door behind me as I walk into the kitchen.
My first tasks this morning include a preliminary check of the pub, which
I do as I make my way to the alarm system.
Nothing seems amiss, so I move
onto inventory. When Ben gets here with the limes, he’ll prep and refill the
condiment bar, and about ten minutes before we unlock for the day, I’ll get
the till in place. There’s a fifteen minute time-delay to open the safe, but I’ve
been opening twice a week for the last eleven months. I have my tasks down
to a science and know precisely when to set the safe for opening.
It’s not long before there’s a pounding that directs my attention to the
front. The main door to the pub is old and wooden, with frosted glass in the
top half. I don’t know that it’s original to the building, but it’s been in place
as long as the O’Gallagher family’s been here.
Unlatching the set of locks, I open the door wide, allowing Ben in.
“How many’d you grab?” I ask, resecuring the locks.
“Just four.” Ben tosses the bag on the bar, then ties his hair up in “man
bun” at the top of his head.
I’ve been giving him shit about the hair for the last year.
Ben and I met a few months after I started at O’Gallaghers—he took a
position shortly after I did. He needed a place to stay, and I’d recently had a
roommate move out.
Worked out great.
Worked out even better that he’s an all-around good guy and easy to get
That, and the fact we keep very similar schedules.
The guy’s only negative is he’s a modern day Snow White and the stray
cats near us gravitate toward him. Now my dog Boo, an American Bully mix,
herds cats around the apartment and has given up her extra-large bed for a
blind, white cat.
“Figured the order is due to come today, isn’t it? So, more will be here in
time for the St. Paddy’s shit.” Ben is now behind the bar, washing his hands
as he gets ready to prep the condiments.
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