Abduction by Lexy Timms EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lexy Timms
- Language: English
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I THREW BACK ANOTHER shot and waved down the bartender to top me
up. I was sure as hell not done drinking tonight, and the buzz was only just
starting to set in.
“Can you get me one, too?” the girl hanging on my arm asked me,
fluttering her lashes in my direction. Truth be told, I couldn’t even remember
her name, but I nodded and grinned.
“Anything for you, sugar.”
She beamed at me, pressing herself against my side enthusiastically. She
was tall and willowy, with long brown hair and olive skin and a dress that cut
off just under her ass to show off her long legs. She was hot, sure, but her
conversation hadn’t been up to much. Who cared? It wasn’t like she was
hanging out with me for the scintillating chat.
“I’ll take one, too,” Tommy added, leaning over to catch the bartender’s
eye. I could feel the girl next to me eyeing him, looking him up and down as
though she wanted to take a piece of him. Women often did. When it came to
us twins, he was the one who looked a whole lot more respectable than me.
The one who would have been the sensible choice for most girls.
I slipped my arm around her waist and pulled her in a little closer. Yeah,
it wasn’t like we had much of a connection, but she was with me, and I
wanted it to stay that way. She smiled up at me as she reached for the shot I
had just ordered her, tossing it back as delicately as she could. I could already
see she was starting to wobble slightly on her heels, and I wondered how long
she had been drinking here before she had spotted us coming to the bar and
decided to make me her target for the evening. Someone needed to keep an
eye on her, anyway.
This was supposed to be a chance for us to blow off some steam. We’d
been working so hard to try and stay on top of everything, I wanted to make
sure I took this chance to have some fun.
Tommy didn’t take a whole lot of time off work, and he didn’t want to,
either. He knew the best way to impress our father was to dedicate himself to
the business, and he had done everything he could to endear us to the people
who mattered in this city. He would never have admitted it, but he liked the
lifestyle it afforded him, enjoyed how much he could do with his status and
his name attached. Sometimes, I agreed, but other times, I found myself
wondering what it would have been like to be utterly invisible to the world at
A cluster of our friends were around the bar, taking up almost all of the
space—I could see a few patrons lurking behind them, clearly annoyed they
weren’t going to get served anytime soon, but I didn’t let it bother me. They
could wait. They always would. Some of them might have the nerve to get a
little pissed off, but they wouldn’t dare do or say anything to put themselves
in our way.
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