Eye Candy by Jessica Lemmon EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Jessica Lemmon
- Language: English
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- Genre: Romantic Comedy
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My office phone to my left purrs and I smile at it before I lift the
receiver. It’s 11:41 A.M. on a Tuesday, and I know who it is without
looking. Kayla does this at least three times a week.
The second I hold the handset to my ear, she says, “Four-minute
We’re waiting for my mystery man to run by the window. Well, not mine,
but she calls him mine and I let her, because nothing is safer than fiction.
“Thanks,” I say. As if I don’t already have an alarm set. I tapped the
screen of my phone to silence the musical reminder just before she called.
“Now we wait.”
As you can see, I’m not the only one watching for him.
He’s one of those guys who shouldn’t be real. His upper half is shaped
like an upside-down triangle: wide chest, broad shoulders, fantasy-grade
muscle mass and physique. For a terminally single woman consciously
stocking her fantasy bank, he’s a perfect candidate.
“What do you think he does for a living?” Kayla asks, her voice dreamy.
She’s married to a nice guy named Kevin and has a six-year-old special-
needs son who is the greatest kid on the planet. I haven’t met a lot of kids, but
trust me when I say Kyle is amazing. And yes, they are one of those families.
Kevin, Kayla, and Kyle. Kayla says that if she has a girl, her name will be
It’s all so sweet I could puke.
“Maybe he’s military.” Another smile crests my mouth. Mainly because I
know more than she knows I know, but I refuse to tell her as much. I already
feel like a stalker watching him jog by my office window. If she knew I also
watched him leave our apartment complex every morning, and that we ended
up in line at the same Tim Hortons once, she’d do something horrible.
Like try to set me up with him.
“Military guys are punctual,” she agrees. “But I’m betting he’s a nerdy
type. An IT guy or something.”
“You’re a webmaster. Are you projecting because it gives you hope that
an IT guy might look like him?”
She ignores the jab and replies, “I’ve decided his name is Mark.”
“Why Mark?” My email box dings. It’s a message from the president of
the Brookdale Group, Wayne Wilson. I twist my lips and refocus on the
conversation at hand.
“Because Mark is an approachable-sounding name,” Kayla says. “And
you should approach him.”
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