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I tapped my chewed nails against the tiled wall. " I laughed. " "Not everyone has the same symptoms, and they usually go away after the first date. " She sounded suspicious. I sat up straight, frantic, because she mustn't know. If she talked to someone, Dad would find out in a heartbeat. "Because I've sworn off men forever and have decided to become a nun. I need to know the feeling so I can run in the other direction, if the opportunity ever presents itself. Thanks, Auntie. " Aunt Selena laughed.
Dallas didn't seem to fare any better though. Tiny beads of sweat trickled down the side of his face. Maybe he was as nervous as I was. When he noticed me staring, his cheeks grew red as though he was burning from the inside out. " I leaned forward and pressed my palm against his forehead. His skin felt like fire. Maybe I should run and get him an ice pack. Or pour out the glass of soda and dump the ice over his head. Boy, that'd make a great first impression on our very first so-called date. He caught my hand and kissed my wrist.
Putting distance between us wasn't going to do our relationship any favours. " Dallas cupped my face, inching closer until our noses almost touched. I took a deep breath, meeting his gaze. The warmth in his golden eyes sent shivers down my spine, my immortal body felt weak and dizzy. " He blinked. " My heart sank. " A thin line formed on his forehead. " He snorted. " "A family emergency has come up. " "Oh, Cass. I'm so sorry. " He sounded so concerned, I felt bad for lying to him. "Yes, he's fine.