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She was everything to me. I never knew I could fall this fast and hard, but I had, and I wanted to embrace it and hold on to her forever. In front of us were plates of food covered in tinfoil. I had thought about asking my friends to be the waiters, but I wanted tonight to be just Olie and me.
Her eyes were pooling with tears, sparkling against the glow of the candles. A wave of pleasure seeped through me. Another surprise for her rested inside my back pocket.
I might have jumped a little ahead of schedule without her consent, but it was only a proposal—the declaration of my love for her. Some couples waited several years to tie the knot after the engagement. Olie placed her hand over mine as her smile disappeared. I figured it had something to do with her waitressing job.
She had mentioned how unhappy she was and how she wanted to look for another place of employment. She nodded, pulling back her hair in the sudden gush of early fall wind. I took out the little black box with trembling fingers and sank to one knee.
After I opened and revealed the one-carat diamond ring, I peered up to see Olie with her hands covering her mouth and tears in her eyes. I had wanted to give her a larger diamond, but I could only afford one carat. Hopefully, if my acting career kicked off, I could replace it with something bigger. I knew the day I met you. I love your smile, your humor, and your genuine heart.
Every day, the sun rises because of you. Will you marry me? Any second, she would blurt out the answer I wanted to hear. But…I began to worry when her eyes told me otherwise. Tears streamed down her face.
She shook her head. But when she turned away and sobbed into her palms, I understood. Standing, I placed the box back into my pocket and walked around to face her. Did I say something wrong? She pulled back and wiped her tears. Her eyes were calculating, judging me. The accusation stunned me. I furrowed my brow in confusion. You were afraid I would leave you. I had planned it all out: After dinner, we would dance with the downtown lights surrounding us.
I would ask, and she would say yes. We would go back to my place, and I would make passionate love to her. But… She folded her arms in front of her chest. They want me to start on Monday. This is what I wanted to talk to you about. I thought you were going to find a job here in Los Angeles. There are plenty of opportunities for you. We just have to be patient and let fate take its course, just like we talked about.
Wringing a fistful of my hair between my fingers, I tilted my head up to the sky. The beautiful backdrop to this romantic dinner—stars and the golden full moon—suddenly became eyesores. Sure, we had only been together for a year, but she meant the world to me.
Please understand. But how could I? She was fucking leaving me for good. I stooped to her eye level. Am I not enough? Please try to understand. This is a great opportunity for me.
This job could make me big. I could help out my mom, too. If I had a better paying job I could have helped her mom financially. My temporary waiter job allowed me to be in this decent apartment, make the car payment, and save a little for rainy days, but that was about all.
It sucked to be struggling to make ends meet. I understood every bit of it— every frustration and the need-to-save-a-penny part of it. We can try the long- distance relationship. Anger rose inside, taking a hold of me. I should have been happy for her, happy she had this great opportunity to work with the best agencies.
How can I let her go? How can I let my first love—the one I thought would be mine forever—go? I winced when she touched my arm. Regardless of our conversation last week, she had changed her mind without talking it over with me. What was the point of discussing it with her? I gave Olie my back. I wish you the best.
Have a great life. My heart shattered. Would I have tried to get her to change her mind?
Would I have tried to work it out? Would I have still proposed to her? Perhaps, subconsciously, I had known what would happen. What was said was said. What was done was done. When her heels clicked away from me, I thought of running after her and begging her to stay, but it was a great chance for her.
Was it right for me to take it away? I screamed inside, uncertain. My thoughts were like a ping-pong match in my head. When the door slammed, I knew I would never see her again. Letting her go was the right thing to do, yet the hardest thing to do.
My heart ripped out of my chest as I dropped to my knees. Everything moved so fast, before I could register what was happening an agonized moan escaped from my mouth.
A piece of me died that night. A piece of me I could never get back because she took it with her. Chapter One A week later Nathan People say love can mend your soul, but me?
It broke me. Changed me. Olie had shattered my heart into tiny pieces and left them in the gutter washed away. Time moved slowly, and days dragged by without her. My routine never changed: But I hardly slept.
No more hearing her laughter filling the air, no more warmth pressed against my body, and no more staying up and watching our favorite TV shows. It hurt too much. Part of me would always love her, even though I was so pissed off at her, but I knew this hard time would pass.
It had to. I walked around like a zombie, dead inside. Every morning and night, her absence chilled the bed. The empty space next to me haunted me. It was as if I had made her up, an illusion appearing only in my dreams.
Judy had been an angel on my shoulder ever since I began my job three years ago.
With ten-year age difference between us, she had been like a mother to me, always looking after me and giving good advice. She was one of the few who believed I would make it big. Putting on my professional face and a fake grin, I waited on a couple who had just been seated. After I took their order, I went back to the kitchen. It is nice to see such a down to earth heroine and a hero that has to work to get what he wants.
James writes very human characters that, like we do, have communication problems. This is my first book by Ms. James, but it will definitely NOT be my last! The supporting cast is great as well. Author Julie James has done an excellent job, giving us characters we really care about and an unlikely but realistic romance.
It is clever, witty, and wonderfully romantic. James uses a sharp sense of humor and intelligence to develop her characters.
The story is packed full of wry comebacks and snappy dialogue. This is one book you hate to see end, because the characters are just that much fun.
I thoroughly enjoyed the ride that Taylor and Jason took me on. James does a terrific job at showing the strengths of Taylor and Jason while exposing us to the vulnerabilities in their lives.
And it is funny! Before I was even 35 pages into the book, Ms. James had me laughing out loud at one particular scene.