I gather my nerve, get out and walk around to the driver side of the police car. He is sitting there with the window rolled up filling out some sort of paperwork. I hesitate for a moment then proceed to knock on his window.
“Hi there.” I barely squeak out of my mouth.
“My name is Jordan and I really hate to bother you but…”
Oh my goodness, his blonde hair and chiseled face are mesmerizing.
Suck it up Jordan, just because he looks like a god does not necessarily mean he is one.
“I’m Gavin, nice to meet you.”
“So, you are the new cop in town, huh?”
“Yeah, I guess you could call me new, but I have been on the force for a year now”
“Oh, well I didn’t mean to take you from your paperwork but my friends dared me that I wouldn’t get your phone number.” I can feel my skin turning crimson and the grin across my face is making my jaw start to ache.
“How old are you?” he asked.
“Eighteen” I lied, but since my birthday is in three months and the chances of actually getting his number are slim to none, I figure a little fib isn’t going to make much difference.
“Do you always act on dares made by your friends?’
“On whether I think the dare is worth it or not.”
Oh so worth it. God, I could stare into those eyes all day, and those lips. Heaven help me what I would love him to do with those lips.
“So, I am guessing you think I am worth it.”
“I sure hope so.” I grin as I look over my shoulder to see if Laura and Dawn are still getting food. To my shock, they are standing inside the door with food bags in hand watching.
Hearing the jingle of a door behind me, I turn and see Laura and Beth bounding out of Subway laughing hysterically. “I guess its time for me to go, especially before those two make it to your car. You will never get any work done with them. I am sorry to have bothered you.” I move to head back in my car.
I turn back towards him as he hands me a piece of paper.
“You don’t want to leave without completing the dare, do you?” Astonished I took the paper. I can feel my knees getting slinky, like they are going to buckle under me at any time. I smile politely at him and as I move to walk away, he speaks in a very low tone.
“That is only for your use, not anyone else.”
Oh my God!
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