I look around with a suitcase in my hand, I still can't believe I'm back, thought I would never return to this place I loved it here don't get me wrong but I thought I was going to have a long and happy life with Tom. Tom was the first man that I had ever loved with my whole heart. It really shocked me and shook me up that Tom would turn around and cheat on me with his ex Ulli. I just don't understand. But since me and Tom are no more I decided over the past 2 days to visit my aunt Charlie maybe she would let me sleep on her couch for a night or two just for me to get back on my feet.
I walked into Charlie's bar, Schneiders from the pouring rain I closed my umbrella and looked around the place but no such luck no Charlie any where not even my annoying cousin Olivia. I was going to stay and wait but I was just going through the motions and my head was going into over drive with what to do, where to go, who to see.
The next place I decided to go was to No Limits. I walked into the place and it looked completely different. The color arrangement was more lively and brighter I looked around for a bit and didn't noticed any one there who worked there.
I wasn't out of town that long for this town to be turned upside down.
Even though I felt like crap I suddenly saw something I liked, more like someone.
This someone that I had just noticed was behind the bar he was tall and muscular thick light brown hair with blonde highlights and piercing eyes and child like smile.
Who is that? I wonder
"Hey young man, can I get you something behind the bar?"
I turned around and was faced with a taller gentleman with dark brown hair but those eyes where similar to the man that I was just admiring and thought perhaps they were brothers but this man wasn't as good looking as the other gentleman.
"Not really, just checking out the place, it sure looks a lot different since I've been here last"
"How long has it been since you've been here?" asked the man
"Want a drink on the house for a returning customer"
"That's very kind of you, thank you. I just came from my aunt Charlie's bar but she
wasn't there or my cousin Olivia"
"I know them well, nice to meet you, I'm Gregor Mann and over there at the bar is my
baby brother Christian"
Christian, Like music to my ears,
"And you are?" asked Gregor
"Oh yes sorry, I'm Oliver Sabel but everyone calls me Olli"
"So I finally meet the famous Olli that Charlie's been talking about"
"She talks about me a lot?"
"It's Oliver this and Oliver that. I can tell that she misses you a lot"
Without realizing it Gregor and I were over to the Bar and I looked up and was faced with an angel.
"This here is Christian Mann" said Gregor proudly about his brother
"Hi nice to meet you" said Christian while extending his hand out for a hand shake. I grabbed his hand and I shook it. It was strong, I really liked it.
"This here is Charlie's nephew Oliver"
"Oh , it's Olli right?" asked Christian
"That's right" I said
"Do you have a place to stay?" asked Gregor facing my way.
"No not at the moment. Was going to ask Charlie if I could sleep on her couch"
"There's an extra bedroom were Christian lives just down the hall from me. You're welcome to stay there free of charge until you're on your feet."
My body shook, how can I survive with this man living under the same roof.
"I'll think about it"
"Well until you do, Christian get him whatever he wants to eat and drink" said Gregor
"Thanks" I said
Gregor walked away and Christian and Myself were at the counter alone.
"It's been awhile since you've been here?" asked Christian
"Sure has 4 years"
"That's along time, I'm new to this area myself"
"Oh really, how long have you been here?"
"Just over a year. I was living with our father but when he past a way my brother sent for me"
"I'm sorry to hear that"
"It's alright. Sorry what can I get you?"
You on a silver patter, I thought right before blushing.
"Anything to eat is fine but I'll like to try one of those Mango smoothies"
"That's my drink, I created it" said Christian proudly
"I'll make you the best one in the house"
Christian smiled at me and I backed away from the counter a bit. Man how that smile was affecting poor old me.