Never Marry Your Brother’s Best Friend by Lauren Landish EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Authors: Lauren Landish
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“SON OF A BITCH!”
I slam the door to my office behind me, well aware that it was a second
too late to muffle my outburst. I snarl over my shoulder, muttering under
my breath the way my grandma taught me to do when you don’t have
anything nice to say. “Cam’s nose is so far up Dad’s ass, he can probably
tell what he ate for dinner last night.”
I can’t help that Cameron is the golden child—the oldest, most brilliant,
the most like our father and grandfather. Except we all know Cam’s flawed
in the worst way possible with a soul-deep scar from the accident that took
his wife and left him a single parent.
That’s not something we discuss out loud, even in an empty room under
our breath. But Cameron’s ever-present ability to stay in Dad’s good graces
and make me come out looking like a hack? That’s fair game.
I throw the report Cameron presented onto my desk, glaring at it as if
my brother can feel my anger through its perfectly formatted brilliance. I
pace left, glare, then right, sighing as I try to find fault with any detail of his
plan. But there’s none. I know it. Cameron wouldn’t have presented it
He might be an ass, but he’s a damn good businessman.
The door opens behind me and Zack comes in.
“Fuck off. Not now.”
Considering he’s my best friend, he doesn’t take the slightest offense.
Nor does he listen. Instead, he walks in like he owns the place. He doesn’t
even work here, and the meeting for our private real estate company is
supposed to be over dinner tonight, so he shouldn’t even be here.
Not that anything like that has ever stopped him. I don’t think Zack has
met a single obstacle in his life that he didn’t tackle with single-minded,
obstinate determination. Or steel balls, whatever the case may call for.
“Whoa, who pissed in your grits this morning?”
His humor makes me even angrier. Launching in without preamble, I
inform him, “Cameron did a big-ass, full-court presentation today. I had no
idea he was even working on anything, but then he goes and throws out a
whole business plan with plotted out progress points and fully developed
return on investment figures like he shit it out after his morning
I wave a hand at the report on my desk, shooting it another sour look for
good measure. I hope Cameron feels the glare like a solid kick to his family
jewels. Not that he fucking needs them. He’s head-down, focused on work
or his daughter, twenty-four-seven. I’d be surprised if he ever distracts
himself with something as frivolous as jacking off.
Zack picks up the paperwork and helps himself to one of the chairs in
front of my desk, flipping pages as he scans to get the gist of Cameron’s
new grand plan. “Venture capital?” he surmises as he throws it back to the
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