Make Me Smile by Ember Leigh (Bayshore Book 6) EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Ember Leigh
- Genre: Two-Hour Romance Short Reads, Single Authors Short Stories, Short Stories
- Publish Date: 9 February 2021
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
“GOOD GOD, WOMAN.” Connor lets out an exaggerated groan as he hoists my
wheeled luggage out of the trunk of the ride share. He acts like it weighs a
million pounds, but I know it doesn’t. It probably weighs fifty-five, if I know
my luggage-packing habits.
But the groan doesn’t fool me. He enjoys it. I can see it in the smile
tugging at the corner of his lips as he lowers the lid of the trunk.
“I thought you were used to me packing fifty books per trip by now,” I
tell him sweetly as the ride share driver peers at us through the rear-view
mirror. “This is our, what, sixth trip together to Bayshore? Your biceps
should know what to expect.”
“Oh, trust me,” Connor says with a grin as he taps the back of the car.
The driver nods and pulls away, leaving us lost in each other’s gaze in front
of Door 3 at the San Diego Airport Departures area. “My biceps are ready for
this suitcase and everything else that’s waiting for us.”
“Up to and including all the shower sex,” he says in a low voice, his hot
breath brushing my ear lobe. A shiver goes down my spine, and I erupt into
giggles as he nips at my earlobe. A car honks behind us—we’ve been
canoodling on the road for long enough. Connor sweeps his arm around my
waist and guides us onto the sidewalk, tugging our luggage behind us.
“I just would like to make it known,” I go on as we head for the sliding
doors of the airport entrance, “that my books are not the only reason my
luggage is heavy this time.”
“Sunny-kins, your luggage could weigh three hundred pounds and I’d
gladly lift it, and pay the overweight fee,” he says.
“Awww.” A big grin breaks out on my face, one that I’m incapable of
controlling. My cheeks are hurting in no time. “See? That’s why I’m
marrying you. Because you say sweet shit like that.”
He laughs, keeping his arm around my waist as we stride into the
gleaming airport. We’ve taken this trip back home enough times as a couple
now to have the route down—the most recent time just last month, for
London and Dom’s wedding. But this time, it’s different. Because we’re
entering as boyfriend and girlfriend, but we’ll be returning to this airport as
Mr. and Mrs. Daly.
And I could not be more excited.
“Hopefully that’s not the only reason you’re marrying me,” he says with a
“That, and your biceps. And the fact that you allow me to remain the
undisputed ping-pong champion of the relationship, despite the clear threat to
He breaks into laughter as we roll up to the check-in desk. There’s not
much of a crowd today, for some reason, so we’re waited on almost instantly.
When the airline clerk asks for my name, I’m still thinking about the fact that
I’ll be returning to this airport a married woman.
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