It's bad enough that gutsy pilot Mel Anderson has to clean up after her lovable but completely disorganized best friend and business partner, Dimi, while her certifiable employees make more work than they do. Now, the one man she hoped she'd never see is back and looking for trouble. Scratch...
“Albert Edward Stone!” Charlene said in her most Southern-genteel voice. “If you think that instead of cooking muffins, I’m going to ‘cook’ with you—” “Come on, just a quickie—" “That’s what you got just last night!” “Hey, that wasn’t a quickie, that was some of my best work!”
“Look at that,” he said in her ear. “As sweet as ever.”The only sign she’d heard him was her hand curling into a fist at her side.She wanted to deck him. Seems Little Miss Hot-Head was still quite…well, hot-headed.Not to mention, just plain hot.”
“Fine,” Mel said, trying to relax her eye muscles. “He looks…fine. Okay?” “Honey, fine would be a nice glass of Chardonnay. Fine is a pretty blue sky. That man is so far off the charts from fine you can’t even see fine.”
“Okaaaaaay, I’ll take that as a yes,” he said, mouth quirking as she threw a universal sign involving only her middle finger over her shoulder. “Your momma know you do that?” he called after her. “My momma taught me.”
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