The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Elena Armas
- Language: English
- Genre: Literary Fiction
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- Page: 210
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I ’ll be your date to the wedding.”
Words I had never—not even in my wildest
dreams, and trust me, I had a vivid imagination
—conceived of hearing from that deep and rich tone reached
Looking down at my coee, I squinted my eyes, trying to
search for any signs of noxious substances floating around.
That would at least explain what was happening. But nope.
Nothing. Just what was left of my Americano.
“I’ll do it if you need someone that badly,
” the deep voice
Eyes growing wide, I lifted my head. I opened my mouth
and then snapped it closed again.
“Rosie …” I trailed o, the word leaving me in a whisper.
“Is he really there? Can you see him? Or did someone spike
my coee without me noticing?”
Rosie—my best friend and colleague in InTech, the New
York City–based engineering consulting company, where we
had met and worked—slowly nodded her head. I watched her
dark curls bounce with the motion, an expression of disbelief
marring her otherwise soft features. She lowered her voice.
“Nope. He’s right there.” Her head peeked around me very
quickly. “Hi. Good morning!” she said brightly before her
attention returned to my face. “Right behind you.”
Lips parted, I stared at my friend for a long moment. We
were standing at the far end of the hallway of the eleventh
floor of the InTech headquarters. Both our oces were
relatively close together, so the moment I had entered the
building located in the heart of Manhattan, in the vicinity of
Central Park, I had gone straight to her oce.
My plan had been to grab Rosie and plop down on the
upholstered wooden armchairs that served as a waiting
sitting area for visiting clients, which were usually
unoccupied this early in the morning. But we never made it. I
somehow dropped the bomb before we ever sat down. That
was how much my predicament needed Rosie’s immediate
attention. And then … then he had materialized out of
“Should I repeat that a third time?” His question sent a
new wave of disbelief rushing down my body, freezing the
blood in my veins.
He wouldn’t. Not because he couldn’t, but because what he
was saying did not make any freaking sense. Not in our
world. One where we—
“All right, fine,
” he sighed. “You can take me.” He
paused, sending more of that ice-cold wariness through me.
“To your sister’s wedding.”
My spine locked up.
My shoulders stiened.
I even felt the satin blouse I had tucked into my camel
slacks stretch with the sudden motion.
I can take him.
To my sister’s wedding.
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