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Nine Years Ago
“I thought that was you.” I look up just in time to see Bennett something take
the seat across from me at my very small table at the coffee shop just off
campus. My textbooks litter the space in front of me as I’m studying for
finals and my laptop is perched precariously in my lap. I pull my headphones
from my ears, wondering in what world my appearance gives the impression
that I have time for chit-chat even if the man is unbelievably gorgeous.
Piercing green eyes with flecks of honey trace my face. Eyes full of
promises—though I’m not sure what they are yet. Effortlessly dressed in a
full navy suit that looks like it cost more than three months of my rent, this
man oozes sex and style and a masculinity that makes my heart race.
wearing a tie and his top button is undone revealing just a hint of chest hair
that I never realized is such a turn-on until this very moment.
“Umm…Bennett right?” I narrow my gaze slightly, trying to recall the
last name of my best friend’s new boyfriend’s friend.
My best friend, Alyssa March, is a biology major and somehow had
gotten mixed up with this very young, very cute Doctor, Wren Hamilton, at
this hospital that she volunteered at to collect the hours she needed for med
school. It was all so very Grey’s Anatomy.
I’d met Bennett in passing one night when Alyssa and I had gone out
after class, and said dreamy and very possessive Doctor paid us a visit to
make sure we were “behaving.” I rolled my eyes at the sentiment and asked
her what it was like having another parent disguised as a boyfriend and she
giggled back that she loved it and made some Daddy joke.
Bennett, who’d followed in tow, introduced himself and proceeded to
stare at me for the remainder of the time, his eyes burning into me over his
whiskey like he was a lion and I was his prey and he was plotting his next
move. I knew I looked good that night, in my favorite black dress that hugged
my curves as my sleek straight hair cascaded down my back, but the way he
went back and forth between undressing me with his eyes and sabotaging any
conversation with a guy who tried to talk to me, I’d briefly wondered if he
liked more than the way I looked.
“You wound me, Olivia Warren.” He smiles and I don’t miss the fact that
his smile is quite literally perfect. Straight white teeth and a dimple on only
one side underneath one layer of stubble. He nods at my computer and the
array of books surrounding me. “What are you studying?” He takes a sip
from the paper cup and I try to ignore the way his throat moves or the way his
Adam’s apple wobbles as he swallows.
Don’t look at his mouth, Liv.
I tuck a long curled hair behind my ear, a telltale sign that I’m nervous,
and try to avoid his gaze. “You can just call me Liv. That’s what everyone
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