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Today’s snippet is from my Christmas story, Toy Run. It doesn’t directly follow last week’s but you haven’t missed much. Ian made his way into a diner, onto the only empty stool at the counter, and exchanged introductions with the guy beside him.
I grabbed a menu from the holder in front of me but my stomach had gone from rumbling to shivering. In the space of one handshake, eating became less important than getting out from under his gaze. It usually took a lot more than a pair of dark eyes for me to give up my full name, but those weren’t just any eyes. So brown they were almost black, and full of the promise of rough sex.
Or an ass kicking.
It was hard to tell. Knowing things like that was not a specialty of mine.
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