By Diana Palmer
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She walked toward him, her heart in her eyes. His jaw tensed. He watched her come toward him and he ground his teeth together in one last effort at sanity. Her lips were parted, her eyes soft and hungry, her breasts rising and falling jerkily with her unsteady breathing. She stopped just in front of him, her cheeks faintly ruddy with embarrassment and excitement. She couldn’t have imagined doing this, but it seemed the most natural thing in the world. She looked up at him, meeting his dark, fierce gaze, trembling a little, because he looked capable of anything at that moment.
But when he saw her embarrassment, he was sorry he’d done it. “Don’t make it any harder than it already is,” he said, his deep voice slow and terse. “What happened that night was just an interlude. I lost my head and so did you. ” She swallowed. ” He scowled through a cloud of smoke as he searched her deep blue eyes. Involuntarily his gaze slid to her blouse and his eyes darkened with memories. She turned away. That look was painful, and despite his assertion that it was over, it didn’t seem as if he’d forgotten a single thing.
That eased his bruised pride a little. He turned away. “Then we’d better get going. ” “Yes. ” “Moly. You say it’s used to strengthen steel,” he said, watching her. She nodded. “A very profitable mineral to mine, too. ” he persisted, his eyes narrow and watchful. ” She threw up her hands, her blue eyes blazing with hurt and anger. “You just love to think the worst of me, don’t you? ” Involuntarily he put his thumb over her lips, stilling the words. “All right,” he said quietly. “My mistake,” he said, and his eyes fell to her mouth.
Hunter by Diana Palmer