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He tugged it away from the top one and tasted it with his tongue. All the while, his lean, strong hands were sliding up and down at her waist, smoothing her body completely against him. His teeth nipped at her top lip with a sensual approach that made her breath shiver in her throat. He was experienced, far more so than she was. For all her professional capability, in this way she was a novice, and it showed. He noticed her lack of sensual response with absent curiosity. She was attracted to him, that was obvious, but it was as if she didn't know what to do.

Her gasp was audible. " "Yes. " "Well, Colter's our second cousin," he told her. "I knew Mike, too. " She clenched one fist in her lap and tried not to give way to tears. " "No, they don't," he replied. "They weren't that close to Colter, and they never met Mike. " She searched his dark eyes. " she asked, because of the way he was watching her. He shrugged. " She let out a long breath. " "You wouldn't want me to," he murmured dryly. "He's having too much fun being condescending. " She laughed softly.

It doesn't do any good to torment yourself over things that are history," Leo said gently. "I don't do it intentionally," she murmured. "The first step was getting your father into treatment," he said. "Getting you out of your rut was the second. You don't have any memories to contend with here. " He smiled. " She smiled back. "I've never even been on a ranch before. I could love it here. " "When you're back to normal, we've got plenty of opportunity around here for your sort of job," he pointed out.

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