“We could take off and leave them all behind,” I said with a smile, hoping my sunglasses hid the way my eyes were checking him out. I should’ve known I wanted to keep him around. He was the only one my body reacted to so quickly.
“That would be fun.” He smiled back.
I’d been standing on the bow but hopped down to drop my own bag back by the seats.
“So, is this a permanent kind of thing?” I nodded my head toward Ashley’s laughter.
“Ah, don’t think so.” Adam eyed my reaction. When I gave none, he fell back against the side of the boat and dropped his voice. “I wasn’t going to invite her today but fucking Sam was talking about it last night and she got all excited. I didn’t want to say, “Hey, I don’t want you there” in front of everyone, you know? She kinda invited herself.”
“You’re a nice guy, Adam.”
“Not that nice. After today, she’s got to go. What the hell was that last night? When did it become normal to go out a couple of times and start planning a future together?” I tried to keep the giggles to a minimum but almost lost it right there. She was totally planning their future, which was the main reason I already hated her. That was my future she was planning. If I could still make it happen. “Anyway, rebounds and such.”
“How much of a rebound?” I said it without thinking. “Sorry. Don’t answer that.”
“Friends, right?” He eyed me cautiously. I nodded. “Not that much of a rebound.”
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