The Summer Proposal Audiobook

The Summer Proposal Audiobook
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Vi Keeland The Summer Proposal Audiobook 🎧

When we had an expiration date, we couldn’t get too serious. Right? You know what they say about the best-laid plans, don’t you?
For the first time, I met Max Yearwood on a blind date. Max was stunningly attractive and hilarious, and our chemistry was incredible. His dimples were also the biggest I’d ever seen. This was exactly what I needed after my breakup. So I thought… That is until my actual date arrived. Max turned out to be the last person I expected to meet. He was just playing the part until my real date arrived. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. Before he left, he gave me a ticket to a hockey game a few blocks away, just in case my actual date didn’t work out. I stuffed the ticket into my purse and carried on with my day, pretending to like the man I was supposed to meet.

On the other hand, there was no chemistry between my real blind date and me. So, on my way home, I decided to take a chance and stop by the game. When I arrived, the seat next to me was empty. I made the decision to leave at the end of the period, disappointed yet again. The entire arena erupted when one of the teams scored just before the buzzer. A player’s face appeared on the Jumbotron. Despite the fact that he was wearing a helmet, I froze when he smiled. To be precise, dimples. Instead of inviting me to watch hockey with him, my phony blind date invited me to watch him play.

That was the beginning of my relationship with Max Yearwood. At the time, he was everything I needed: fun, sexy, up for anything, and only around for a few months before joining a new team 3,000 miles away. Max suggested that we spend the summer working together to help me forget about my ex. At the time, it seemed like a good idea.

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Too many women wanted to be someone else. I shrugged she’s just kind of real otto nodded real is good, but listen pretty boy. Nothing good comes easy. When I met Dorothy, I was working security at a nudie bar downtown. I was young and handsome back then, and having the time of my life with the ladies who worked there, I had to get a new job.

Just so Dorothy would go out with me. I ain’t buying the young and handsome part, but I get what you’re saying. Players have no idea what it’s like to work for a woman. I see the half-naked women who cozy up to you any chance they get it’ll. Do you some good to have your redwood-sized ego chopped down a bit?

I like this woman already. I bet you she’s a smart one might be too smart for me, graduated from nyNY business school and runs a successful company. She started on her own. My Dorothy has been a librarian for 30 years. She’S read more books than I’ve had beers and you know how much I enjoy my Coors Light.

So let me give you some advice: what’s that smart women don’t believe the things you say they believe the actions they see. I nodded good advice for a change. We sat side by side for a moment watching the 10 000 Zamboni ride he’s doing a pretty good job. I jabbed my elbow into the auto lightly. You better watch out.

I bet he can afford to pay 50k to replace you, otto scowled. I laughed that’s payback for the Philly comment now tell me how your treatment’s going he flexed both his hands open and closed, not too bad, except my hands and feet tingle all the time. Doc said it’s nerve damage from the chemo it better just be temporary. Otto had been diagnosed with stage four colon cancer last year. He was getting treatment, but the outlook wasn’t great, especially since it had spread in the months after he’d stopped his first round of treatments.

Anything you can do for it. I asked: what can I get you? The bartender set a napkin down in front of meum, I’m meeting someone, so maybe I should wait. He wrapped his knuckles against the bar good enough I’ll, keep my eye out and stop back over. When I see someone join you, but as he started to walk away, I reconsidered.

Actually, I raised my hand like I was in school. He turned around with a smile and arched a brow to change your mind. I nodded I’m about to meet a blind date, so I wanted to be polite, but I think I could use something to take the edge off, probably a good idea. What are you drinking? A pinot grigio would be great.

Thank you. He came back a few minutes later, with a hefty pour, and leaned his elbow on the bar, so blind date huh, I sipped my wine and let out a sigh as I nodded. I let my mom’s 74-year-old friend Frannie, set me up with her grandnephew to make my mom happy. She described him as a smidge ordinary, but nice we’re supposed to meet here at 5 30. I’m a few minutes early the first time, letting someone fix you up.

Second, actually, the first was seven years ago. It took me this long to recover from it. If that tells you anything, the bartender laughed that bad, I was told he was a comedian, so I figured how terrible could it be going out with someone who makes people laugh for a living? The guy showed up with a puppet. Apparently, his comedy act was as a ventriloquist.

He refused to speak to me directly, wanted me to talk only to his dummy who, by the way, was named dirty dave and every other comment out of its mouth was obscene. Oh and my date’s mouth moved the entire time, so he wasn’t even a very good ventriloquist. Damn the bartender chuckled, not sure I’d give another blind date a chance after that, even after a few years, I sighed I’m sort of regretting it already well. If anyone comes in with a puppet, I got you covered, he gestured toward a hallway behind him. I know where all the emergency exits are, and I can sneak you out.

I smiled thanks to too many women who wanted to be someone else. I shrugged she’s just kind of real otto nodded real is good, but listen pretty boy. Nothing good comes easy. When I met Dorothy, I was working…


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