He hadn't meant for it to be more than an agent-client relationship. It was.
He hadn't meant to fall in love with her. He did.
He had only meant to talk to her, not see her change his mind. He hadn't, and she did.
He hadn't meant to remember her knowing smile as he told Weber that he was in fact her agent: Yeah, well, I guess I am. He remembered.
He hadn't meant for Weber to be able to see his mind change in his eyes. Weber did in fact see it.
He hadn't planned on Weber leaving them alone together. Weber left them alone because he knew better than to stay with them. I'll be in my office.
He hadn't planned on marrying her so soon after meeting her. But he did.