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264 pages, Kindle Edition
First published March 1, 2017
“I want you,” I say more to my sandwich than Lucas.
"... A little voice at the back of my head warns me this is a terrible idea. He’s trouble, but damn, he’s like chocolate. I shouldn’t indulge, but my willpower is too weak. Maybe just a nibble.
You left him at that restaurant to eat the cinnamon roll all by himself?” Whitney asks, her lips turning down like he’s the kid at lunch with no one to sit with.
“You didn’t?” Lennon asks with a smile.
“I took the cinnamon roll with me.” I bury my head in my hands, the heat of my embarrassed flush covering my body.
“He didn’t even get the cinnamon roll?” Whitney asks, her lips turning true pouty. “Bad, Tahlia.”
“Nope. I ate it on the way home in the cab,” I confess with shame like I’m a closet over-eater at a Weight Watchers’ meeting.
“You’re positive you want to bet on me? I’m not the underdog this time.” He releases his grip and I slide down his hard body until my feet hit the concrete.
“This time I think I’ll go for the sure thing.” I slide my hand behind his neck and pull him down to my mouth.