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“Listen.” He took her gently by the arm and led her out of the way of the students spilling from other classrooms. “We’ve got a couple of classes together, and I know that you’re really smart. I’d hate to see you fall behind because you’ve got too much pride to join a study group.”
“What makes you think I’m going to fall behind?”
He shrugged, his shoulders moving up and down so slightly that she almost missed it. Looking at him conjured a long-ago memory of a lone Boston terrier that had sat on the sidewalk and seduced her with its sad eyes while she had eaten in an outdoor section of a Mexican restaurant. She was a sucker for puppy-dog eyes.
“Tell you what,” she said. “Let me think about it.”
“If it’ll make you feel better, maybe you and I can study together. Just the two of us.”
Ah, now they were getting to the main objective.
“Christian,” she chided. “Are you asking me out on a date?”
His lips curved into a loose smile, his eyes floating about the corridor before gliding back to her. Was it possible she was having an effect on this guy?
About the Author:
</ div>Rhonda Eason is a New York-based writer who hails from Detroit. As a child, she loved reading romance books and contemporary fiction by authors like Judy Blume, Bebe Moore Campbell, and Jackie Collins.
Formerly a security police office in the U.S. Air Force, Rhonda exchanged her M16 for a laptop. When she is not writing, she enjoys playing with her Chihuahua, practicing Zumba, eating dark chocolate, and reading unabashedly romantic books!
She is currently writing a family drama and a romance novel.
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