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Luscious Spotlights With Honor by Rhonda Lee Carver

by on August 27, 2013

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“I think you’re lost, sweetheart.”

With a deep breath, she turned to face him. Caught by the clearest, bluest eyes she’d ever seen, she went wobbly in the knees. Somehow she didn’t remember them being so blue, almost jewel-like. There were a lot of things she didn’t recall. He was taller than she’d thought, at least a head taller than her.

Staring was about all that she could do. He remained silent. His eyes lit up, as if he found this humorous. Wasn’t he the least bit bothered that she’d cornered him in the bathroom? She cursed the fact that he seemed calm while her insides quivered. Her heart beat fast and hard against her ribs. Every nerve ending came alive. Her life was about to change, again.

Back straight, she hoped she caught him with her best stern look. “No, I’m not lost,” she said.

His face went blank.

Time seemed to stand still, until finally he gave a nonchalant shrug. He turned to the urinal, unzipped his pants and continued with his business, all while she kept her eyes on his broad back. Disbelief and anger shimmied up her spine. How dare he!

Finished, he turned and crossed the small distance to the sink. Arrogantly, he kept his gaze on her while he washed his hands. “Well, help yourself then.” He nodded toward the white basin. “It might be a tad uncomfy though, with those heels.” One corner of his mouth lifted in wry humor.

“I didn’t come in here to use the bathroom, thank you. I like your wit, though. Too bad I’m not interested in playing games.”

The area between his brows wrinkled. “Then what? Since I can’t entertain you with my games, what can I do for you?”

She slid her fists to her hips and cocked her chin to the right. “What do you mean by that?” Did he think this was funny?

Finishing washing his hands, he flicked off the excess water and grabbed for a paper towel, still keeping his ice-blue gaze securely on her. And then, to send her irritation through the roof, he started laughing and nodding his head. “Okay, okay. I get it. Did the guys put you up to this? How much did they pay you to come in here?” He tossed the used paper into the wastebasket and then closed the area between them. “What’d they ask you to do? Seduce me? Is this a gift or a joke?” His eyes slowly slithered down her body. “At least they have good taste.”

“What?”

Reaching into his pocket, he produced a wallet and opened it.

She watched in horror.

“I’ll pay you double.”

Her gasp echoed off the ceramic walls.

Shrugging, he said, “Or triple, but that’s as high as I will go. Even a hot woman like you isn’t worth more than that, when all I plan to do is send you back where you came from with a goodbye and sincere good luck.”

“How dare you! I came in here to talk to you.” Her palm ached to slap him senseless. He deserved it. Anger boiled her blood. Her teeth clenched until she heard a gritting noise warning she’d break a tooth if she didn’t relax.

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Where to find Rhonda

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rhonda-Lee-Carver-Author/155568577811615?ref=hl

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RLCarver

Website: http://www.rhondaleecarver.com

Blog: http://rhondaleecarver-author.blogspot.com/

Buy her book:

With Honor…available at  http://www.amazon.com/With-Honor-ebook/dp/B00E66PGNA/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1375646687&sr=8-7&keywords=rhonda+lee+carver

 

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