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Ryan Spazmarek was a dork. He was not smart enough to be a nerd or weird enough to be a geek. A straight B student, he suffered through school with Spaz as his nickname. What else would it be? Shy and introverted, he had always been invisible to women. He was not anywhere close to being dreamy like Zac Efron, but he was not a troll. Faced with the curse of being average, Ryan greeted every day with a $12 haircut and a boring wardrobe from Target. Life was a series of uninteresting events, until he met a random girl named Kalli Milan. Smart, funny, and smoking hot, Kalli was everything Ryan had ever wanted in a woman. But within a matter of a few hours, his life took a disastrous turn. Detective Brooklyn Hayes had problems of her own. Her marriage was falling apart and her partner, Detective Colby Fillmore, was more trouble than he was worth. When Brooklyn and Ryan cross paths, life gets complicated for both of them. A nasty murder, sexual intrigue, and surprising psychological twists will keep you guessing all the way to the end of this thrilling short story. The author of Random Girl, Remy Devereaux, lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Colette, and his golden retriever, Joya. Like Ryan Spazmarek, Remy is also a dork. He owns a series of Batman paintings that were signed by Bob Kane, he knows the difference between a Klingon Bird of Prey and a Romulan Warbird, and he understands all the jokes on The Big Bang Theory. Nuff said.

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