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The easy smile caused adorable crinkles around his eyes and brought that devastating dimple out to play hell with her equilibrium. The deep breath she took to try to calm herself backfired when the spicy scent of his aftershave coiled through her and tied her stomach in an aroused knot.
Now he wanted her to have a drink and talk about something other than Evie and etiquette. What did that leave? No, her career had already teetered on the edge once this evening. There was no sense flirting with disaster again by bringing up that. The weather? Every topic of small talk fled her head as Will shifted to a more comfortable position and treated her to a full-out, heart-stopping smile.
Was Will flirting with her?
A drink? On the balcony? Small talk? Her stomach fluttered at the thrill before common sense stamped it down. Oh, no, she was doing it again. How stupid could one person be? She needed to put this evening back on its professional feet, and she racked her brain for an appropriate, neutral topic.
Will was saying something, but her heart thudded in her ears, drowning out his words as he leaned towards her.
The couch seemed to shrink, moving him closer to her, and the temperature in the room rose several degrees. So close she could see his eyes darken?