By Victoria Dahl
It was once intended to be a one-night stand. One evening of ardour. Scorching-hot. Then Beth Cantrell and Eric Donovan have been presupposed to cross their separate methods. that is the basically cause he lied approximately his identify, telling her he was once fairly his wild more youthful brother. Hiding his identification because the conservative Donovan. The "good one."
But ardour has its personal good judgment, and Eric unearths he cannot fail to remember the sable-haired attractiveness with whom he shared an evening of affection. while Beth discovers that Eric has lied, notwithstanding, she understands he cannot be relied on. Her brain tells her to omit the blue-eyed charmer. If basically each fiber of her being did not burn to name him back.
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Maybe,” she said coyly, offering a quick kiss on his cheek before she escaped into her apartment. Beth set her purse on the table, then hung up her coat in the hall closet. Her apartment was so quiet and so palpably solitary, that she was already regretting sending Davis away as she walked to the kitchen to pour a glass of wine. She’d lied to him about that. One glass of beer hadn’t been enough. She should have had three, and then maybe she would have been brave enough to let him in. She could’ve tried to lose herself.
So Beth put her hand to the wall and made herself breathe slowly in and slowly out. She bowed her head for one moment, keeping an ear out for the sound of Jamie’s—Eric’s—door opening behind her. But he didn’t follow her, and Beth calmed down, and when she opened her eyes she was steady enough to walk. There were two men on the far side of the kitchen, and they watched her as if they feared she might snap at them like a mad dog. She ignored them, and was reaching for the double doors when they swung inward.
Real Men Will by Victoria Dahl