“Ohhh, she’s good but I don’t trust her,” Cynthia said, narrowing her eyes.
“She’s great with kids. Even better with the dads. If you know what I mean,” Cynthia said, arching her brow. “Plus I know that she had a crush on you when you still married to Tanya.”
“Oh yeah. I was changing into a new pair of scrubs after being thrown up on. Kate was in the locker room speaking with another doctor. She said, and I quote, ‘Dr. Masen is one fine piece of man meat. I’d ride him. All. Night. Long. Tanya is one lucky bitch.’ Watch your back, Edward. I have this sneaking suspicion that she’s going to pounce on you the first opportunity that she’s alone with you,” Cynthia said with genuine concern. “And trust me when I say that time has been very kind to you, Edward. I honestly think you’re more good looking now then when you were younger. The gray in the hair gives you look of distinction.”
“Yeah, I feel old,” I said dryly. “I have wrinkles around my eyes, gray in my hair and my bones ache.”
“Do you have gray in your pubes?” Cynthia snickered.
“Really? Cyn, we’re close. But not that close,” I said, narrowing my eyes at my friend. A blush covered my cheeks and I sighed.
“There are, aren’t there?” Cynthia guffawed. “Young hot doc is now old and gray. Do we need to get you a prescription for Viagra?”
“You’re funny, Cynthia. Fucking hysterical,” I said flatly.