Best Job Ever

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  • Published: 21 Nov 2012
  • Updated: 22 Nov 2013
  • Status: Complete
What happens when a simple job interview brings you face to face with the love of your life? Meet Brooke, a 20 year old American, in England for college, studying at the prestigious Oxford University. It's summertime and she applies for a job as a maid and cook. Seems simple enough, right? Wrong. This job takes her through twists and turns, love and heartbreak, but best of all, she gets 4 new best friends/brothers and a sole mate. A job this amazing can only be described as the "Best Job Ever". WARNING: Some chapter have elements that can be triggering. And LANGUAGE! Some chapters have a lot of cursing. xxBo<3


120. 8/3/15 or Home

Yup, skipping an entire month. Deal with it.


Brooke's POV

OMG, I DON'T WANNA GO HOME! I sit in my cruise room, looking out the window at London. The ship should be docking in less than an hour, and then it's back to the hotel for 2 days then going back home on the 5th. I have seen so much in these past 3 weeks and don't want to leave. Every place was a new and exciting adventure, and I was so immersed in the history and the culture of every place. I feel my heart heavy knowing I have to go back to boring old Texas. But school starts in a little over a month. So, I'll be back pretty soon. I feel the ship stop moving and know that this amazing adventure will soon end. And, worst of all, One Direction will be in Texas in 2 weeks. And this wouldn't kill me so much if Cheradyn and Sarah weren't planning on driving out to surprise them in Dallas where they will be on the Ellen Show. (I know, the Ellen Show is in California, but I don't care.) But what hurts me is that they threaten to stay home with me. I refused, and told Cher she needs to see her boyfriend and I know that even if Sarah and Harry broke up, she misses them. They are a big part of all our lives and I would not let Sarah and Cheradyn stay home for anything. And while they are gone, it'll give me a chance to get ready to leave. So, really, it is a good thing. But why don't I feel like it's a good thing. Because it's not! God, I hate feeling this way. I need to figure out how to put a stop to it. 

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