Just a few more days! I love this book so much–I hope you do, too!
Cassidy. That was her name. He watched her move among the tables, her shoulders tight, and she looked over her shoulder. Shit. He could see by the look on her face that she knew they were talking about her, and the resignation in her eyes told him she was used to it. He shoved an onion ring in his sister’s mouth and shook his head to shut her up.
Sage rolled her eyes and held onto the onion ring as she took a vicious bite out of it. “It’s not like she doesn’t know.”
“Yeah, but—” He shook his head. He didn’t want to talk about her, not when she was in the room, not behind her back. And he would prefer finding out her secrets on her own.
Sage pointed at him with the bitten edge of her onion ring. “She’s a disaster. If you want a nice girl, I can introduce you around.”
“I don’t need my sister to introduce me to women. Especially a woman who admittedly has no life.”
She shrugged, finished the onion ring, then plucked another from the basket. “I’ve got cute friends.”
Cassidy was plenty cute, in those jean shorts, those long legs.
“Thought you didn’t have time for friends.”
The grimace was quick, but he didn’t miss it, and he wondered what had her so shut down.