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“I’m thinking about signing up for a dating app.”
I sit forward in my chair, listening intently as the curvy bombshell on
the other side of the privacy wall announces her news to her friends. They
have no idea I’m listening, but I’ve been eavesdropping like a motherfucker
since the hostess led them to a booth thirty minutes ago. It’s rude and I’m
going to hell, I know. Sue me.
But anyone else in my position would be doing the same. Since I’m
eating alone like usual, their conversation is far more scintillating than
anything happening at my booth. That’s not why I’m eavesdropping, though.
Maya, the curvy raven-haired goddess with the incredible green eyes, is
responsible for that. As soon as she walked in, my eyes were on her. She’s
maybe five-seven, with wildly curly hair, an almost impish smile, and
curves for days. In short, she’s a fucking knockout. She’s soft-spoken, but
she doesn’t have to be loud to be heard. She weaves magic with her words
and that sweet voice.
In the last thirty minutes, I’ve learned a lot about her. She was born and
raised in Nashville, loves her job teaching elementary school, adores her
students, is wickedly funny, and incredibly astute. She prefers beer to mixed
drinks, loves music, and is a hockey fan. If I had a type, she’d check every
box. I haven’t even spoken to her, and I’m already hooked.
This is a problem.
I’m an associate law professor at Vanderbilt…and she’s a graduate
student. She let that little tidbit slip a few minutes ago. That should have
deflated my dick quick, fast, and in a hurry. It didn’t.
I can’t remember the last time someone caught my interest like this. No.
I take that back. I can remember. It’s never happened. I’m thirty-nine, and
my dating life is non-existent. Between teaching and running my family’s
law firm, what little free-time I have is devoted to more mundane tasks.
Like eating, sleeping, exercising, or catching up on the list of shit my Ma
needs done at her place.
I love my mother like crazy, but she’s been renovating her monstrosity
of a house since she bought it after my dad died two years ago. If she
doesn’t give it up soon, I’m going to lose my mind. Installing new dry wall
is exactly as infuriating as it sounds. Rewiring the electricity and fixing the
plumbing aren’t much better. And fuck painting. Whoever invented paint
was an asshole.
“What? Seriously?” Maya’s blonde friend, Cassidy, says. “Please tell
me it’s not the one for farmers.”
“No, of course not,” Maya says with a crystalline laugh that makes my
dick twitch. The greedy bastard has been standing at attention for the last
half hour. “It’s called Curve Connection. It was designed by curvy women
for curvy women.”
“Please tell me there aren’t a bunch of pervs on it,” Megan, her petite
friend, says. “Because, seriously, if I get one more unsolicited dick pic from
some random creep on the internet who thinks I’m desperate just because
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