Falling For His Best Friend by Katee Robert EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Authors: Katee Robert
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Drew Flannery was so goddamn late. He was supposed to meet his best
friend, Avery, at Chilly’s forty minutes ago. She’d mentioned something
about exciting news and now he was fucking up what he expected was her
well-planned out delivery.
He ducked into his police cruiser and cursed. The whole thing reeked of
alcohol and stale cigarettes, an unnecessary reminder of why he was late. The
town drunk, Rusty, had decided today would be a good day to lose his shit
and cause a scene at the liquor store. He’d shattered four six-packs before
Drew was able to hustle him out, and everyone knew he wouldn’t pay for the
Which was why Drew found himself slipping Mr. Christianson two
twenties to make up for it.
He threw the cruiser into gear and pulled out of the sheriff department’s
parking lot. As annoying as he found dealing with Rusty, he had even less
tolerance than normal today. This wasn’t the first time he’d slipped Mr.
Christianson cash for damages. Hell, the first time he’d done it, he’d been
fifteen. The money should have gone to feeding his little brother, Ryan, but
he’d felt so guilty and embarrassed when his old man knocked over a display
of vodka, he’d given it all up.
Christ, he hadn’t thought of that in years.
Drew flew home, breaking more than one traffic law as he did, but it was a
necessary evil. After the day he’d had, he needed a drink like nobody’s
business, and that wasn’t something he could swing while in his uniform—or
his cruiser. Going to be even later, but… Hell. Avery would understand. He
Thirty minutes later, he rushed into the parking lot in front of Chilly’s. In
light of how he’d spent the end of his shift, the bar didn’t look as welcoming
as it usually did. He’d picked Rusty up from here one too many times, called
by one waitress or another, who didn’t want to deal with a misbehaving
drunk. If Avery wasn’t inside, he would have turned around and gone home.
Hell, who was he kidding? He would have gone to her place.
Nothing helped him deal with this kind of shit like spending a few hours
with Avery. She’d hand him a beer, make a joke, and brighten his day—a
routine they’d started almost twenty years ago. Although back then, the way
they’d dealt with the hard parts of life was to sneak off together and get into
He rubbed a hand over his face. He needed to shake this mood. When
they’d talked earlier, she’d sounded kind of strange. Whatever this “exciting”
news was, it was obviously important if she refused to spill it over the phone.
The last thing she needed was for him to walk in like a ticking time bomb,
wound up tight over memories.
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