Today’s excerpt comes from The Longest Night.

The Longest Night

Series Page link: The Starwood Series

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It was a man, all right, but to my surprise, he wasn’t wearing brown and he wasn’t carrying a box of books. He was, however, broad-shouldered with a five-o’clock shadow that gave him a rugged look. His eyes were an arresting blue, shocking against the dark wavy hair peppered with silver strands that hung to his shoulders.

“Marilee Johansson?”

Flustered, I nodded, realizing I had been staring. Had he noticed? I felt like I had burned a hole right through him with my gaze. “Yes, and you are…”

“Chris Hunter. You made an appointment with me a week ago?”

“I did?” I was totally lost. And it didn’t help that he made for amazing eye candy and had a smile to match.

“I’m here to set up your computer and make certain your Internet services are working right.” His eyes sparkled as his smile hit me right in the pit of my stomach. I blushed. I hadn’t been smiled at like that in a long time. At least, not so I had noticed.

“Oh, I’m so sorry. Please come in.” I started to open the door, then stopped, suddenly remembering I should confirm who he was. Flustered again, I added, “I’m sorry. But can I see your identification first?”

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