Innes caught me, of course, and said, “She’s gorgeous, don’t you think?” Following my gaze to the huge cluster of Marilyn Monroe prints hanging over her TV, she went on to say, “If you ask me, she’s the most desirable woman there ever was.”
“Can’t argue with that,” I replied, even though I surely could have.
I could have said, “I know one woman who’s ten times more beautiful than Marilyn Monroe.”
Innes would have looked at me funny and hesitated before asking, “Who?”
Then I’d move in so close she would flinch. I’d wrap my arms around her curvy middle and say, “You, Innes. You're the most beautiful woman I've ever laid eyes on.”
I would kiss her, then—our first kiss, at long last! Whether she'd kiss me back or pull away I really wasn't sure. That's what had held me back all these years. To me, a kiss was a point of no return. From there, either a relationship began or a friendship ended.
If I were to kiss Innes, everything would change. For better or for worse...
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