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Romancing the Duke (Castles Ever After #1) Make Me Yours (Unravel Me #2)

I still had the bag of stuff from the casino, and I dug through it. All that running had left me in need of sustenance. I pulled out a jar of cherries and opened it.

Wryly she points out, We both know you’re incapable of seeing James and not touching him.And then he’ll be up and I’ll have to feed him to get him back down. And his whole schedule will be blown for the night.

Ruby Red (The Ruby Red Trilogy #1)

I see the wisdom of what she’s saying. Doesn’t mean I have to frigging like it.I haven’t seen him all day! I had to run out the door earlier than usual this morning, to make a meeting with a client uptown. It’s not healthy for a baby to go days without laying eyes on the man who fathered him.I don’t know if this is a fact—but it sounds good, so I stick with it.

Dirty Little Secret

Again, Kate’s not having it. He’s four weeks old. He needs a schedule more than he needs to see his daddy.I frown. I think my feelings are hurt. That’s a f**ked-up thing to say.

She shrugs. Doesn’t make it any less true.

I sigh. And decide on a more subversive course of action. Then I’ll just go make that bowl of cereal.I spend the thirty minutes after Dee walks out cursing and pacing and kicking shit around my apartment—generally pissed off at the entire world.

I’m angry at myself for letting things get as far as they did—for losing my patience and my temper—and for even falling for Dee in the first place. My self-flagellation is hot and varied and doesn’t make a whole lot of sense—even to me.I’m furious with Delores—for not trusting me, for not even f**king trying. For not thinking what we have is worth the risk. For thinking I’m a goddamn risk at all, when I’ve done everything possible to show her I’m not.

Hero (Hero #1)

And I’m beyond irritated with Drew—but I’m not sure what the f**k for yet. Maybe he cut Kate down just like Dee claimed. And if he did, it was an ass**le move. One that’s unjustly blown back on me. And I’m kind of pissed that he even screwed Kate at all—breaking his precious, stupid f**king rule that was there for a reason. This reason. Because—like a goddamn suicide bomber—his actions have had painful consequences for everyone around him.But most of all, I’m infuriated that Drew won’t pick up his f**king phone so I can find out what the hell happened.

Guys aren’t chatty. The telephone is not a necessity for us—unless it’s to find out where we’re meeting up or what the latest baseball scores are. But this is one time I actually need to talk to him—and he’s MIA. I call Erin, Drew’s secretary, who’s still at the office. She informs me that he went home sick this afternoon—that he probably has the flu.Screw it. I drop my phone, grab my keys, and head over to Drew’s apartment—to get the story straight from the ass’s mouth.

But when I get to his place, he doesn’t answer.I bang on the door for the third—or thirtieth—time. Drew! Open the f**king door! What the hell happened today? Drew!

Nothing. I stop and listen for any sign of life inside the apartment, but all I hear is silence. Not even the rustle of footsteps or the squeak of couch springs. There’s an excellent chance he’s not even home. Which means, for now, I’m shit out of luck.Breathing hard, I leave the building. I get on my bike and ride—fast and sharp. Probably not the best idea at the moment, but I do it anyway. I get through the tunnel, onto the turnpike, where traffic is thankfully scarce.

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