One Man's Treasure

By Ellie Lynn


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Jo glanced through the windows of the bridge to where Harper stood with his foot braced on the rail of the bow, his face turned into the salt spray. He looked at home, like he belonged on the deck of a ship. Almost as if he felt her gaze, he turned around for a moment with a soft smile that touched her through the tinted glass window. Her abdominal muscles twitched and warmth flooded her thighs.

They hadn’t been gone an hour and already Jack’s face was reddened to a rosy hue from the salty sea breeze. His thick, tawny-gold hair was ruffled by the light wind and the skintight jeans he wore molded to him in all the right places. He looked good for a geek. Damn good.

She gave her head a shake. Jeezus where did that come from? Her hormones must still be out of whack from her near encounter with Hunter this morning. He always had a way of putting her off balance. She chewed the inside of her lip and eyed Jack’s firm derriere. Yes that had to be it. She hadn’t slept with anyone since Hunter and that was before the break up. That had to be the reason why she was looking at the geek. There was no way in hell she could be even remotely interested in that nice looking backside, nor wonder what those muscles might feel like beneath her fingers. Her eyes slid reluctantly to the chart she was reviewing. She unclenched her thighs. Nope, geek butt did nothing for her.



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