By Jamie Craig
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Me and the chef there are pretty close. ” Charlie shuffled sideways, following the line, but he never took his eyes off Dean. ” His mouth seemed to have developed a mind of its own. “Seriously. You get the recipe, and we’ll make it a real date. My place. ” “Hell, if that’s the deal, I’ll get the triple chocolate mousse recipe, too. I guess before I agree to come over to your house, I should know a bit more about you. ” Charlie ticked his responses off on his fingers. “Banking. I do commercial loans.
Charlie didn’t even stop when the music paused in between. He couldn’t get over how wonderfully they fit. Bryce molded to him in all the right places; there was no awkwardness or clumsy adjustments in order to be able to touch as each so obviously wanted. By the end of the first verse in the second song, Charlie grew bolder. His mouth moved along the soft stubble at Bryce’s jaw, back and forth so their cheeks nuzzled, his breath fanned down the side of Bryce’s neck. “God, I love the way you feel,” he whispered.
The waitress arrived and took their drink and appetizer orders. Charlie opted for wine, and expected Bryce to order a beer, but he requested nothing more than water with a slice of lemon. “I get insecure when I drink,” Bryce explained as their server left. Charlie’s brows shot up. “Trust me. You have absolutely nothing to be insecure about. ” “Which we’re not talking about. ” He paused. ” “No, no, we don’t need to talk about it. You’re right, we should move on. ” Charlie leaned closer. Beneath the table, his knee pressed into Bryce’s.
A Simple Truth; Calendar Boys: September, Book 9 by Jamie Craig