The Oopsie Island by Susan Hatler EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Susan Hatler
- Language: English
- Genre: Clean & Wholesome Romance
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As a single woman I would normally squeal with glee over a hot single guy
calling me, but at this point I just wanted Cody to lose my number. I
frowned at the ringing phone in my hand and let his call go to voicemail.
My ex had seemed like such a catch when we first met, but I’d called the
whole thing off after several months of dating because he’d never
understood the give-and-take necessary for a successful relationship.
I mean, hello? I went kite-surfing for him and kept a smile on my face
the entire time even though I could’ve died, thank you very much. Yet, he
couldn’t even stay awake when I took him to see Macbeth. In fact, Cody
had snored so loudly, the elderly woman seated in front of us suggested he
see a doctor about his condition. How embarrassing.
Was it expecting too much to want the men I dated to show some
modicum of enthusiasm over something that I enjoyed? Something
sophisticated and cultural where I wasn’t likely to die? Apparently so.
After breaking up with Cody last summer, I vowed to only date men
who shared the same interests as me. Brilliant plan, right? I’d even looked a
little last night for a compatible man when I went out for drinks and
dancing with my friend Claire. But we’d only met duds who reminded me
of Cody. Some nice guys, yes. But none had any shared interests with me
and none had made my tummy buzz with excitement.
The only man who seemed able to accomplish that last criterion was
Jackson Davis, Cody’s old roommate. With Jackson’s dark hair, crystalline
blue eyes and sexy saunter, my heart raced whenever he entered the room.
He had a sweet and kind demeanor to boot, but he’d never shown any
romantic interest in me. Plus, he was Cody’s best friend. So, Jackson and I
ranked in the friend zone, which was just as well since this city girl had no
more in common with that Texas cowboy than I’d had with Cody.
With my love life circling the drain the past eight months, I’ve focused
on my career. After the break-up with Cody, the upside to my summer
happened when Brian Watts, who was the co-owner of the Inn at Blue
Moon Bay—and my friend Megan’s fiancé—made me the general manager
of the Inn while he moved to Italy for a year. After always being someone’s
assistant, this was my first managerial position and I would not let my boss
down, no matter what.
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