Challoner Bride (Silhouette Desire) by Stephanie James

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As it was, she discovered she was too tired to argue. It was a relief to let him battle the airport traffic. „There’s a big chain hotel a few blocks away,“ she murmured after another yawn. „Why don’t we stay there? I don’t feel like driving any farther than absolutely necessary tonight. “ He pulled through the turnstile and handed the garage ticket over to the attendant. By the time they parked the car again in a hotel parking lot and started toward the huge, brightly lit lobby, Angie could hardly keep her eyes open.

Like something out of the catalog of safari gear. He looked a little travel weary but not totally exhausted. In the LAX terminal he still had plenty of strength to take charge of claiming the luggage and getting it through customs. „Let me check the dagger,“ Angie said as he carried her bag out of the claim area. Obediently he set it down and waited while she unlocked the suitcase again and examined the dagger case. „You seem to have grown rather attached to that thing,“ he observed dryly. Still bent over the case, Angie smiled.

Angie didn’t need to have it spelled out: she was walking very close to the line. Her accusation had obviously deeply offended Flynn. The logic of the situation was also suddenly inescapable. Flynn hadn’t stolen the dagger. Not yet. And she couldn’t deny he’d had plenty of opportunity. She drew herself up under his hand. „My apologies, Mr. Challoner. You have not yet proven yourself a thief. “ His eyes narrowed, and she knew he wanted more than that from her. But he must have realized he wouldn’t get it.

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