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Six of a Kind (Kind Brothers #7)(6)
Author: Sandi Lynn







One by one, I met Emilia and Sebastian’s family. They were a fantastic group of people who welcomed me with open arms.

“You are just adorable.” I smiled as I held Lorelei. “You have beautiful girls, Julia.”

“Thank you. It’s not hard to. Look at their father.” A smile crossed her lips.

“Just so you know, Dr. Scott. You have five new patients already,” Jenni spoke.

“I do?” I cocked my head.

“Yep. Our OB/GYN, Dr. Kota, has informed us that he is retiring.”

“He’s not even old enough to retire,” Emilia said.

“Right? That’s what I told him, and he laughed.” Jenni’s brows furrowed.

“Well, I appreciate it, and as soon as I have an office somewhere, I will let you know.”

“You have an office. It’s at the Kind Medical Center.” Jenni grinned.

“I’m happy you all have faith that I’ll get the job, but you never know.” I handed Lorelei to Julia.

“Trust me. You’re gorgeous. You’ll have the job based on looks alone when the doctors see you.” Jenni smirked. “Plus, you’re super smart. That’ll help.” She winked. “Besides, Shaun is on the board and a major investor. If we want you as our OB/GYN at the medical center, he’ll make sure it happens.” She held up her glass of wine.

“Let’s hope it all works out.” I tapped my glass against hers.

“Come on.” Grace hooked her arm around me. “Let’s go join the guys down at the bonfire. They’re getting ready to play some music on their guitars.”



The past few days were well spent with Emilia and her family—people I could now call my friends. Since I didn’t have a car, Emilia and Jenni drove me to my new apartment in Santa Monica. I was excited to see it in person and prayed it was as nice as it looked online.

I opened the door to my fully furnished 1,621 square foot, two-bedroom, two-bath apartment and stepped inside.

“Wow. This is nice.” Emilia smiled.

“Oh! I love the kitchen,” Jenni spoke.

I looked around, and I knew I’d made the right decision. A feeling of happiness washed over me as I stood at the sliding door and stared at the impeccable ocean view.

“We’re going to get going. If you need anything, call me.” Emilia hugged me.

“And don’t forget that Shaun will pick you up tomorrow morning and take you to your interview.” Jenni hugged me.

“He doesn’t have to do that. I can call an Uber.”

“Nonsense. He’s going to the medical center in the morning anyway, and he’s more than happy to take you. Plus, he said he’ll take you to the car dealership to look for a car. That is why I’m so in love with that man.” Jenni grinned.

The moving truck with my things from New York had arrived, and after all the boxes were brought in, I put in my Air Pods, turned on some music, danced around, and unpacked.

“Well. This is it, Georgia,” I said as I stood in the living room with my hands on my hips. “Your new home and your new life as a single woman in California.”

My phone rang, and when I grabbed it from the kitchen counter, I saw Nikki was Facetiming me.

“Hey, you.” I smiled.

“Sorry I couldn’t answer earlier. The ER has been insane today. Let me see the new place.” She grinned.

I walked around and showed her my new apartment, room by room.

“Damn. Look at that view. I can’t wait to see it in person. Why is it so clean? Didn’t the moving truck show up yet?”

“They came. I’ve already unpacked and put everything away.”

“Nice.” She smiled. “How’s Emilia?”

“She’s great, and so is her family. You can see for yourself when you come to visit.”

“Are you still thinking about Mojito Man?” Her brow arched.

“No.” I smiled. “He’s out of my mind forever. He was a great one-night stand in Cabo, and I’ll never see him again. Why think any more about him?”

“True. Aren’t you happy you took my advice? Come on, Georgia, you can admit it.” A grin crossed her lips.

“Fine. I’m happy I decided to let loose in Cabo.” I laughed.

“That’s my girl. I have to run. I’ll call you later.”

“Okay. I’ll likely be down at the beach, sinking my toes into the soft warm sand.”

“I hate you, but I love you.” She kissed the screen.

Nikki Englewood was my best friend in the entire world. We met in high school, went to Columbia and med school, and completed our residencies together, along with Emilia. Nikki was an ER doctor. She loved chaos, and she thrived on it. She had been there for me through thick and thin, and she was there to console me when I broke it off with Kirk.




I took two beers from the fridge and handed them to Sam while I grabbed three more. Taking them out to the patio, we gave our other brothers theirs.

“Thanks, bro,” Simon spoke. “So, are we going to address the elephant in the room?”

“What are you talking about?” I asked.

“Yeah, bro. What do you mean?” Stefan asked.

“Georgia,” Simon said.

“What about her?” Sam asked.

“She’s beautiful, smart, single, and has an interview at the medical center tomorrow.”

“And?” Shaun asked.

“Which one of our cousins is going to misbehave?” His brow arched.

“Ah.” I slowly nodded my head. “I thought about that already.”

“So did I.” Stefan chuckled.

“I’ll admit, the thought did cross my mind.” Sam smirked.

“I can see it happening. Who wants to make a bet on it? I’ll start,” Shaun said as he pulled out his wallet, took out a hundred-dollar bill, and threw it on the table. “I’m betting on Conner. If more than one of us bets on the same person, we split it.”

“I’m in.” Sam grinned as he pulled out his wallet. “My bet is on Nathan.”

“I know my cousins, and my bet is on Conner.” Stefan threw in a hundred bucks. “Simon?”

“Give me a minute. I’m thinking.”

I reached into my pocket and realized my wallet was inside.

“Hey, babe. Can you bring me my wallet?” I yelled.

A moment later, Emilia walked out and handed it to me.

“What are the five of you doing?” she asked as she stared at the pile of hundreds on the table.

“We’re betting on which one of our cousins will hook up with Georgia.” Stefan grinned.

“You guys are terrible. Besides, she hates doctors. She won’t give in to either one of them.”

“My bet is on Jackson.” Simon threw in a hundred.

“I’m going with Nathan.” I threw my hundred in.

“I cannot believe you.” Emilia stood there and shook her head.

“What?” I glanced at her. “It’s all in fun.”

“You all act like teenagers.”

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