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It’s not the best thing I’ve put in my mouth, but yeah, it’s close. ” “Oh, God, I think I’d gain fifty pounds if I ate their every night. I just never know when to stop. ” “You just need a good exercise regimen to burn off the calories. 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.
His eyes widened with every word to come from Bryce’s mouth. “You’re the one who insisted on getting me out there. ” “No, I don’t know anything about him except what you told me. He sounds like a great guy. And anybody with eyes could tell you that he’s hotter than hell. But I thought I could do this, and I was wrong. I thought I could help you find a few boyfriends, and help you with your dates, and encourage you to go out in the world. I can’t. Because then I’ll just stay up all night, every night, wondering why you’re dating the Deans of the world.
Charlie was too old. Dean had wanted immediate gratification, not a prolonged wait for a date that might never occur. Charlie had had a whole list of them. Bryce had told him he was full of shit and Dean would come through because a guy didn’t spend forty-five minutes just talking over coffee if he wasn’t genuinely interested. And Bryce had been right. Bryce had been right about all of it. Which was why Bryce was going to help him make sure this date went off without a hitch. The doorbell rang just as he turned the flame off on the fish.