Book: The Hairdresser Diaries by Jessica Millercategories: Book, Chick Lit, Hairdresser, Women, Drama, Contemporary Romance
Jessica Millerabout this book: The Hairdresser Diaries is a contemporary romance that follows a young woman in the prime of her life. Tatum has everything she could ask for; great friends, a good family, and a job she's passionate about. Get caught up in all the relationship drama, family woes,and crazy friends (we all have one).
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The night seemed to cool off a little bit. It felt nice outside so we decided to sit here for a while, instead of inside the hot club. I loved nights like this. The way the cool summer breeze felt against your skin, the hint of freshness in the air, and the sound of happy people all around you. The more we sat outside the less I wanted to go back in. I knew eventually I would I have to. Our drinks were getting low and it was my turn to buy the next round.
Before I got up to go get our drinks, I saw Logan over in the corner. We exchanged subtle glances, as we always did. With a sigh, I was about to get up when, "Ow! Why did you kick me?" I asked Peyton.
Before she could answer I looked up and saw why. There he was. The guy from across the bar was making his way over to our table.
"Hi, I'm Cole," he said as he extended his hand out to me with a smile that would make anyone melt. I was a sucker for a guy with a great smile.
I hesitated for a second. Debating whether or not I wanted to tell him my real name. Normally guys I wasn't interested in I would use a fake name, but something about his eyes. They were captivating. They say the eyes are a gateway to a person's soul.
Intrigued, I put my guard down just a little. I figured, what the hell, I'd never see him again being I was a regular and never saw him here before.
"Hi," he repeated still smiling.
We stared at each other for what seemed like a long awkward silence before Peyton butted in and asked him to join us. I turned and glared at her, but she just smiled and nudged me in the leg.
Before he could answer I said, "Here, you can have my seat, I was about to get next round."
Everyone started shouting orders at me as I stood up.
"Would you like some help?" Cole asked.
"Uh, no thank you, I'm good."
"How you gonna carry all those drinks by yourself?" Peyton said. I knew she meant don't be an idiot and let him help. I shot her a quick butt out look and said, "How about one of you help me since you all so thirsty."
One by one they all shouted "Not it!" I rolled my eyes at them and saw Cole try to cover a laugh with a cough.
"Shall we," Cole gestured turning towards the door with a smirk on his face.
Now that I got a look up close at Cole I could see why Peyton was attracted to him. He had the most intense blue eyes, short, golden-brown, messy hair, a nice physique, and a very laid back style. He was wearing jeans and a plain black t-shirt. He was also very tall and had that I'm cool, but I don't care look about him.
As we walked through the people I could see Logan staring at us. Good, it would do him some good to get a little jealous. Not that he'd ever admit it, but I could see it in his face and that was enough for me. Maybe I'd use this opportunity to my advantage.
When we reached the door Cole waved his hand out in front of me saying, "Ladies first."
Knowing Logan was watching I gently touched Cole's arm, flashed him a sweet, sexy smile, and walked in.
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