Exes and O’s by Amy Lea (The Influencer, #2) EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Amy Lea
- Book Genre: Adult, Adult Fiction, Chick Lit, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Fiction, Romance, Womens Fiction
- ISBN # 9780593336595
- Edition Language: English
- Date of Publication: January 10th 2023
- File Format: PDF / EPUB
- PDF / EPUB File Size: 8 MB
YOU KNOW YOUR day is going swimmingly when you’ve been projectile
vomited on and someone stole your Greek yogurt from the staff room
refrigerator. And it’s only seven in the morning.
Eager to leave the memory of my hellish night shift behind, I’m in
formation at the edge of the platform, stance wide, pointy elbows out,
among hundreds of tired morning commuters primed to battle for a rare
open seat on the subway.
I’ve learned a thing or two about navigating a crowd from witnessing
five-foot-tall Grandma Flo barrel her way through the grocery store,
whacking innocents with her faux-crocodile purse with no apologies.
Boston subway commuters may not be as ferocious as grocery store
grannies, but they’ll trample you for an open seat all the same. I have a
grotesque scar on my left shin to prove it.
Thankfully, no blood is drawn in today’s war. In a rare turn of events, I
have my choice of three seats: one beside a man three-too-many edibles
deep, passionately air drumming; another next to a woman with bubblegum-pink hair open-mouth smiling; and one across from an adorable
elderly couple bundled in matching red parkas thick enough for a perilous
I nab the seat across from the elderly couple and set my purse at my feet,
eager to avoid all reality with my trusty worn paperback. This book has all
my vices: a ball-busting heroine with a sharp tongue and a kind-eyed yet
emotionally constipated ex-boyfriend.
A few paragraphs into a juicy yacht scene, my phone dings with a text.
It’s from my sister.
CRYSTAL: Hope you had a good shift. We’ll meet you at the
apartment soon. Just loaded all your boxes in the car!
Cheers to new beginnings.
Crystal is two years younger than me, though everyone assumes she’s
the older one because I’ve been overstaying my welcome in her onebedroom condo for the past eight months.
“New beginnings,” I mutter to no one in particular, trying to psych
myself up for a morning of manual labor.
I’ve only recently peeled myself from rock bottom after my happily ever
after plot twisted into a Nicholas Sparks tragedy. Truthfully, the prospect of
more change triggers my gag reflex, but I’m trying to stay optimistic.
Moving out means I’ll be free to read on the couch for six straight hours
without anyone throwing shade, and Crystal gets privacy with her new
fiancé, Scott—who I’m swapping apartments with.
The subway veers around a sharp curve with an earsplitting squeal,
causing the entire length of my thigh to press against a complete stranger’s.
The luxury of public transit. When I brave a glance at my cozy neighbor, a
pair of hooded, azure eyes ensnares mine from behind tortoiseshell-framed
glasses. The striking sky-blue shade of his eyes offsets a full head of
lusciously thick ginger hair.
As a lifelong connoisseur of romance novels, I’m keenly aware that eye
contact lasting longer than three seconds is ripe with romantic potential.
“Good book?” His voice is thick, almost sleepy.
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