“11.19.” The lady said.
He handed her a twenty, looking down at my frustrated face.
“You can’t pay for a stranger for lunch.” I muttered as we waited by the counter, off to the side.
He leaned against it, rubbing his leg into my hip by standing so close with the same smart ass expression that made me wanna smack him in the face.
“Sure I can.” He answered.
“You can’t pay either unless it’s a date.” I glared at the wall.
“Then it’s a date.” He smirked again.
I looked up at him, he changed his annoying expression to a sincere smile. He’s the kind of guy to make you want to grab and make out with just because he was that charming. I licked my lips as we both stared at each other with our arms crossed.
“Do you even understand how sexy you are?” I blurted out.
“When are we gonna be there?” I complained, throwing my head back on the seat.
“Patience, Jamie.” My dad answered.
“Yeah Jamie, patience!” My brother Josh teased, being annoying as hell.
I sighed, resting my forehead on my palm, staring out the window. I’m not gonna lie, I’ve loved Cody Simpson since I could remember and I was about to meet him finally.