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My hands shook as I grabbed my drink pad to take orders from the
passengers. I could not remember a time when I had ever been so tired.
According to the FAA, the number of hours I had been working in the last
two weeks was highly illegal, but we were understaffed, and I had a terrible
time turning down work. Plus, I loved my job. I usually traveled all over the
United States. I had seen more cities in a few years than many people see in
a lifetime. This flight was different. At the last minute, one of the senior
attendants got sick, and I was filling in and currently heading to Heathrow
Airport in London, England. Having never been out of the country, this was
an exciting trip and one that I could not pass up, even though I should have.
“So, what are you going to do with yourself for three days in a foreign
country?” Gary, one of the other attendants, asked.
“I’d like to say I will do some sightseeing, but realistically, I’ll probably
just sleep.” I sighed knowing that as soon as my body was allowed to relax,
I would likely be down for the count.
Taking my drink pad, I made my way down the aisle, starting in first
class. I made it three steps into the aisle before I tripped over my own foot
and tumbled to the floor. Well, it would have been the floor had I not been
caught in a set of strong flannel-covered arms.
“I am so sorry,” I apologized as I scrambled to my feet.
“Are you okay?” a deep scratchy voice asked.
“That was incredibly clumsy. I am so sorry,” I repeated, ignoring the
question and trying to straighten my clothes before realizing I had dropped
my pad in my fall. Looking around and avoiding eye contact with everyone
to hopefully hide my blush, I came up empty-handed.
“Looking for this?” the man asked, picking up the pad from his lap and
holding it out.
I could feel my face heat with embarrassment, but when I finally got the
courage to look into the eyes of the stranger who’d caught me, another part
of my anatomy began to heat. His eyes were the warmest amber flanked by
long eyelashes, and the creases at the corners told the story of a man who
liked to smile. He was not currently smiling, though. His expression was
one of concern and I desperately wanted the chance to see that smile.
“Are you, okay, darlin’?” the man asked with a southern drawl so thick
it was obvious the large Stetson on his head might not be just for show.
I searched my mind for what to say but came up with absolutely
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