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“Of course they are,” she huffed. Horror crossed her face again as she realized. “How do you know?”
“That’s not what I meant and you know it. How would you know I don’t have scars?”
“I couldn’t let you sleep in that pretty dress.” He couldn’t fight his smirk anymore. “So I changed it for you and got you into bed.”
He watched, waiting for what he knew was coming. She turned pale but stared at him with absolute incredulity.
“Oh, sure! You look at me like that now, but you thanked me that night. I swear, I didn’t even look,” he insisted innocently.
“Liar! You looked for scars!”
“Oops. Okay, I looked . . . a little, but I didn’t see anything.” He held his hands up in mock surrender, loving the look on her face. “Nothing I haven’t seen before, except the. Most awesome. Beautiful. Real breasts I’ve e-ver seen in my life. And in my defense, I didn’t know you were keeping them private at that point. Okay, since you won’t let it go, I admit it. Maybe it was a little revenge thing . . . for lying to me, because I still thought you lied to me at that point. If I had to do it again, now that I know you didn’t lie, I would never have taken that revenge look—it was just a revenge glimpse, really. But now, knowing you didn’t lie, it would have totally been all about lust—I would have so taken a lust look, totally. So aren’t you glad I thought you lied to me?”
Regina is from Africa:
When Rhees walked into the apartment, Regina confronted her.
“Paul called. He is very angry at you.” Regina pulled her phone from her pocket and hit a button. One second later, she said, “She just only walked in . . . Yes . . . looks fine to me . . .” Regina handed the phone to Rhees, but Rhees refused to take it. Regina gave her a look of incredulity. “He would like to talk to you!”
Rhees shook her head again and gave Regina a wide-eyed, defiant look.
Regina put the phone to her ear again. “She does not want to talk to you . . . I assure you, I do not know why! . . . All right, I will tell her . . . yes, I will. You can count on me, Paul . . . I shall see you later.” She hung up and stared at Rhees. “Paul wants Tracy and I should wait and walk back with you so you do not have to walk alone.”
“For crying out loud! I’ve walked back and forth from the shop a million times, alone. You don’t have to wait for me.”
“I will not want to disobey that man. This is Paul I am talking about.”
Paul and Rhees are American. Dobbs is Australian, and Tracy is British:
Paul turned to leave, but a fist to his face stopped him cold. Rhees screamed as Paul dropped to the floor.
“Dobbs!” she yelled.
Dobbs stood over Paul, his hands fisted. “Get up! Get up now, so I can hit you again!” A scene flashed through Rhees’ frenzied mind—Paul got up, and Dobbs wound up in the hospital. She couldn’t let that happen.
She slammed Dobbs with both hands against his chest. “What. The. Fuck. Dobbs?” Her shrill voice enunciated each word for emphasis.
Dobbs gawked at her for a second, clearly confused. He finally pointed a finger at Paul, who still sat sprawled on the floor.
“Why? You selfish bastard! Why couldn’t you just leave her alone—you don’t have to sleep with every woman on the planet. Not her.”
Paul rose up on an elbow, rubbing the jaw on his left side, staring at Rhees. Her reaction appeared to have shocked him. He finally managed to stagger to his feet, about to retaliate, but he had to pull his punch when Rhees frantically threw herself between them.
“Stop it!” she screamed. She turned and tried to bury herself into Paul’s arms, trying to remind him what they were doing. “Let’s go, let’s just go,” she begged.
“I’m not letting you leave with him,” Dobbs yelled. “I thought you were smarter than that—better than that. You’re too good for him. Don’t be stupid, Rhees.”
Paul tried to twist away from Rhees and lunge at Dobbs, but she shouted for him to stop again and managed to wrangle herself between them once more.
She didn’t dare let go of Paul, but she turned enough to look at Dobbs. “It’s too late Dobbs. I’m going home with Paul tonight, but it won’t be the first time.”
Dobbs looked like someone had hit him in the stomach. His surprise quickly changed to rage and he lunged toward Paul again. Paul tried to move Rhees out of the way in an effort to protect her from Dobbs’ attack, but she fought him. It was all he could do to throw his arms around her and turn, hoping to absorb the blow with his shoulder.
“Stop it!” she screamed again. She started to cry. “It’s not his fault. It was me—he tried to turn me down, but I—”
“Rhees, don’t,” Paul hissed, knowing what she was trying to do.
“After Mario tried—” She gulped quick breaths between her sobs. “I didn’t want to be a target anymore. I asked Paul to help me—I begged him.”
“And he was all too eager to oblige! Rhees, you played right into the bastard’s selfish, conniving hands.” Dobbs pressed his finger into Paul’s chest.
“No! He said he wouldn’t do it.”
Dobbs shook his head. He didn’t believe it.
“Enough Rhees,” Paul growled.
“I took advantage of him. You know he hasn’t let me out of his sight since it happened. He’s been staying at my place, but he’s been a perfect gentleman.”
“I don’t believe it,” Dobbs said.
“It’s true,” Tracy blurted. “We saw Paul sleeping on the couch. Then another night, he wasn’t on the couch when Regina and I got home, but the next morning, he was there. He sat in the kitchen and had coffee—half naked—his pants were undone.” For once, Tracy’s big mouth had come in handy.
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