No lie–I had a review on my book that had that in the title…I don’t know who did it, but it was…weird…It did get your attention didn’t it?? I was going to post a picture of it, but it appears someone finally removed it! Ah, well… So, it’s Wednesday–again! These days are just flying past in no particular order, but at any rate, you know what that means? Work in Progress Wednesday–Sneak a Peek into Flawed Perfection (Beautifully Broken, #1)
“I washed your new clothes,” I commented as I grabbed my purse and he opened the door for me.
“I figured you’d wear them smelling like department store—not the best impression for your first day of work. Plus, you don’t really know how to wash anything that wasn’t a t-shirt and jeans.” I smirked over my shoulder as I hopped down the stairs.
“This is true…you’re spoiling me. Do you really want to have to do my laundry for the rest of your life, because I might get addicted to it,” Adam said as he held the door open for me.
I took a deep breath as he smiled at me in that way that sent my skin tingling.
“I don’t mind. It’s better than having to go shopping with you every week because you’ve destroyed everything washing it wrong.”
“Good, then you’ve been nominated to do my laundry for the rest of our lives. You know that means you can never live more than a few feet away from me, right?”
“As long as you make me breakfast every once in a while I can deal with it,” I answered, settling into his racing-style seats.
Adam paused, his hand on the shift knob before saying, “I’ll make you breakfast for the rest of your life if you want it.”
His eyes drifted up from the shifter to mine, and time seemed to freeze. My heart stopped beating, and all I could hear was his breathing and mine, in perfect rhythm with each other.
“I might get fat,” I finally managed to say.
Instantly I wanted to smack myself. I couldn’t have said something else? Something that would have been, I don’t know, as romantic as this whole thing felt? I might get fat?
Adam burst out laughing, the moment broken by the stupidity of my comment.
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