Chance Inheritance (A Sample) (Chapter 6, page 3 of 9)


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I can't form words, so sit staring at him, an idiot trying to find my voice. He leans back and sips his drink. "Tonight when I saw you, I stopped in my tracks. Honestly, when I sat next to you I expected to find a mindless bimbo, but figured I would enjoy the view. Then you opened that smart-ass mouth and totally surprised me, you're so intelligent, witty, and in-your-face honest. Those aren't traits you often see in beautiful women." He pauses, I assume to hear my reaction, but I'm so blown away I keep gawking like the bimbo he expected me to be, so he continues. "I don't date much and I most certainly am not a player." He looks pensive for a moment, shakes his head then waves his hand in the air. "I consider myself a gentleman, so I won't tell you what your smile does to me."

Oh my God, did this guy tell me my smile gives him a hard on?

Without even realizing it, I smile. He sighs, "Yeah, that's the one." I slap my hand over my mouth while clenching my lips together. He pulls my hand away, laughing, and then brushes his lips across my knuckles. It's a good thing we're sitting down. If I were standing, my knees would buckle. Those lips on my hand send a wave of pleasure through my entire body. The way he touches me is so familiar, as if he's been doing it forever, not at all awkward. He stands, still holding my hand, "Let's dance."

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