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Six of a Kind (Kind Brothers #7)(2)
Author: Sandi Lynn

“Yeah, bro. You losing your magical touch?” Nathan laughed.

“Shut up, douchebags.” I sighed.







I watched as he and the two other sexy guys walked away. Since I’d been in Cabo, I had already been hit on three times. I wasn’t here to meet a guy. I was here to escape them. Mojito Man was definitely easy on the eyes. Six foot three, short dark hair, a five o’clock shadow that framed his masculine jawline, and a six-pack that made my legs tighten.

“Damn.” I shook my head as I set my margarita down and sipped the mojito he handed me.

After finishing the margarita and the mojito, I shut down my iPad, grabbed my things, and headed back to my room to shower and get ready for dinner. As I was doing my hair and makeup, a Facetime call came through from my best friend, Nikki.

“Looks like Cabo is agreeing with you.” She smiled.

“It definitely is. I’m happy I decided to come here before heading to California. How are things in New York?”

“Same shit, different day. I was sitting in the cafeteria having lunch yesterday, and Camille walked over and sat down across from me.”

“And you’re telling me this why?”

“She’s not seeing Kirk anymore.”

“So, she finally wised up and saw him for the malevolent bed bug he is?”

Nikki let out a laugh.

“She said if he could do that to someone like you, he wouldn’t hesitate to do it to her.”

“Wow. She has a brain, after all,” I said as I swept a touch of blush across my cheeks.

“You know the best way to get over a heartbreak is to have a one-night stand. Take it from a professional one-night stander.” She grinned.

“I’m not having a one-night stand. Besides, I hate men right now.”

“You hate doctors, Georgia. There’s a difference. Has anyone caught your attention since you’ve been there?”

I picked up my curling iron and grabbed a strand of hair.

“There was this one guy down at the pool earlier.”

“Go on.” She flashed a grin as she threw herself down on her couch.

“Honestly, this guy was hot as fuck. I’m talking Adonis himself. He was with two other hot guys, and I noticed how the other women stared at them at the pool. But, like all the other douchebag men in the world, Mojito Man was on the prowl, and I was his prey.”

“Mojito Man?” She laughed.

“That’s what I nicknamed him. He gave me his mojito before taking off with his friends to paddleboard. He kept saying how excellent it was.”

“Let me guess. You shut him down.”

“As fast as I could.”

“Well, I think you’re dumb. No offense, but you’re in freaking Cabo, alone. Your heart is broken, you quit your job, you’re uprooting your life, and you have the means to have a little fun before you settle in California. It’s not like you’ll ever see him again. What’s the harm? Live a little. Life is too short not to explore. Besides, you’re in the garden of Eden. Bite that apple, bitch.”

I let out a laugh as I ran the brush through my hair.

“I have to go. I have dinner reservations in ten minutes.”

“By yourself?” Her brow arched.

“Duh. I love you, and I’ll call you tomorrow.”

I ended the call and slipped into a black, strapless maxi dress and a pair of black sandals. Grabbing my clutch, I threw my phone inside and headed to the restaurant.



I took in the stunning view as I was seated at an outside table overlooking the Pacific Ocean and listened to the waves crashing against the rocks below me.

“Good evening. I’m Edwardo, and I will be your server. May I get you something to drink besides water?”

“I’ll have a mojito.” I smiled.

Unfortunately, Mojito Man was right. The mojitos here were excellent.

After Edwardo delivered my drink and took my dinner order, I pulled my phone from my clutch and brought up an article I’d wanted to read.

“You can admit I was right.” I heard a man’s voice say.

I looked up and saw Mojito Man standing in front of me with the corners of his mouth curved upward.

“Excuse me?”

“I see you’re drinking a mojito. Obviously, you liked the one I gave you at the pool. In fact, you liked it so much that you ordered another.”

“I will admit, they are good. Don’t you have friends to get back to?” I arched my brow.

“You mean my brothers?” A smirk crossed his lips.

“Ah. They’re your brothers.” I slowly nodded my head. “Are you triplets?”

“No, but we might as well be. I see you’re dining alone. You can join us if you’d like.”

“No offense, Mojito Man, but I’m here alone for a reason, and that’s the way it’s going to stay.” I smirked.

“Okay. Enjoy your dinner.” He gave me a nod and walked away.

I let out a breath and relaxed my legs. Black dress pants, a dark gray silk dress shirt, and a black tie that sported a light gray pattern. Shit. Being that sexy should be illegal. As I tried to read my article, my mind kept pondering what he did for a living. It didn’t matter. As long as he wasn’t a doctor, it was all good.







“Struck out again, I see.” Conner grinned as I sat down at the table.

“What did she say this time?” Nathan asked.

“She called me ‘Mojito Man.’ Why would she call me that?”

“Probably because you gave her your mojito down at the pool.” My brother Conner laughed. “I like that girl.”

“Shut the hell up.” I picked up my scotch. “I told her she could join us, but she said she came here alone for a reason, and that’s the way it’s going to stay.”

“Heartbreak. It’s always heartbreak,” Nathan spoke.

“Or maybe she’s just a strong, independent woman who likes to take trips alone,” Conner said. “Remember Natasha? That nurse from the hospital? She always traveled alone.”

“That’s because she’s a psycho bitch, and nobody can stand her.” Nathan laughed.

“Okay. You have a point.” Conner shrugged. “Give it up, bro. Lonely Girl over there isn’t interested in sleeping with you. Bizarre, I know. But plenty of other women here would jump at the chance. We’ll find you a hot chick after we find our one-nighters.” Conner grinned.

I sighed as I picked up my scotch and threw it down the back of my throat. After we finished dinner, I told my brothers I’d meet them outside at the bar. As I walked past her table, I stopped, leaned over, and whispered in her ear.

“We’re heading to the bar for a few drinks, Lonely Girl. You’re welcome to join us.” I walked away.

“What did you just call me?” I heard her say.

I turned and gave her a wink as I headed to the bar.

I stepped outside and sat at a small round table across from my brothers.

“Where the hell were you?” Nathan asked.

“Inviting Lonely Girl to have drinks with us.”

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