Nick and Rhys just arrived at the graveyard. As she’s getting out of the car, he touches her arm and apologizes for leaving without explanation after the accident several months before. But they weren’t in a relationship, so he didn’t owe her anything … did he?
Irritation nipped at her conscience. After a night spent making love with him she felt dangerously close to falling hard. She’d hoped ridding their relationship of all that sexual tension would make things easier, but now she only wanted more—more from a man who had told her from the start he wasn’t sticking around.
She bit her lip, the unfamiliar heat of tears threatening. “You’re right,” she said. “You shouldn’t have, but I wasn’t yours to leave.”
Excerpt slightly edited to fit the six sentence requirement.
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