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Taking Chances

The davis twins series

desperate to look anywhere but at Sam. He drew me in closer, and I sucked in my breath. “Since I didn’t get punched in the jaw, I am assuming you didn’t tell Seth about our little tryst in the bathroom,” he growled near my ear. “It was hardly a tryst,” I snarled back at him. “More like an unfortunate mistake.” “I didn’t find it unfortunate at all. In fact, I rather enjoyed myself, until you called me by my brother’s name.” He had the audacity to grin. Then he continued. “I don’t generally share my brother’s taste in women, but with you he did okay.” “Okay?!?” I spluttered. Then I lifted my chin, deciding not to let him push my buttons. “You know, instead of rating me, you might think about how hurt Seth would be if he knew about us.” “Us?” he asked. “So, now we’re an ‘us’? I didn’t know you cared so much.” “You know what I meant.” I glared at him. This man was exasperating. He leaned forward to whisper in my ear. “When I’m fondling my date’s fake tits tonight, I’m going to be thinking about your real ones.” That did it. My mouth fell open, appalled. My eyes felt like they might pop out of my head. I whirled away from him and headed for the bar. I needed a glass of wine. Pronto. “Your brother is a pig!” I said loudly when Jessie hopped up on the bar stool next to me. “I take it you’ve met Sam,” Jessie chuckled. “Yes, he can be a bit of a pig. But he can also be generous, and kind, and hilarious, and a pain in the ass, but I love him to pieces. I love both of them to pieces,” she gushed. She leaned in as if telling me a secret. “You definitely picked the right one to date, though. Seth is the real deal, and Sam leaves behind a trail of broken