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Everything He Promises

(Bookkeeper for the Billionaire #5)

 

By Thalia Frost

Copyright: Thalia Frost, 2012.

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Editor: Em Petrova

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I
glared
at
Rock
as
we
passed
close
by
each
other
on
the
dance
floor.
Nadia
Nargent's
lip
curled
in
a
smile
while
she
swayed
in
my
fiancé

s
arms.


I
think
I'm
about
done,
” I said.

When
will
this
song
ever
be
over?

I
wanted
to
escape.


I
thought
we
might
have
another
dance
when
this
one's
over.

He
bit
his
lip,
staring
into
my
eyes.


Maybe.
I
need
some
air
first.

A
jolt
went
through
me
all
of
a
sudden,
setting
my
clit
abuzz.
 
It
lasted
for
a
full
ten,
maddening
seconds.
I
sucked
in
a
sharp
breath,
grabbing
John's
shoulders
tightly.


Whoa.
You
okay?

He
held
me
steady,
and
we
stopped
swaying
for
a
moment.

I
could
only
nod,
my
knees
weak.

Damn
Rock
and
his
remote
control.
The
vibrating
panties
were
such
a
bad
idea.
He
had
some
nerve.

I
shot
daggers
at
Rock,
even
as
desire
grew
in
the
pit
of
my
stomach.
He
raised
an
eyebrow
in
my
direction,
making
my
blood
boil.


Maybe
you
do
need
some
air.
I'll
go
with
you.


No.
I'm
fine.
I'll
be
back.

I
let
go
of
John
and
made
a
beeline
out
the
door
of
the
gorgeous
hotel
ballroom.

Anywhere
but
with
him.
Not
now.


Lacey,
what
are
you
doing?

Rock
grabbed
my
arm
from
behind
just
as
I
pushed
the
elevator
button.


Getting
some
air.
Getting
away
from
you.

I
choked
the
words
out
as
he
got
into
the
elevator
behind
me.
We
were
alone.


I
need
you
to
play
your
part,
to
do
what
I'm
paying
you
for.

Rock
let
go
of
my
arm
and
pressed
me
against
the
elevator
wall.

I
enjoyed
the
contact
with
his
body,
but
the
image
of
him
and
Nadia
dancing
made
me
shake
my
head.


Oh,
the
part
you
were
playing
so
well?

I
raised
an
eyebrow
at
him,
hating
the
shaking
in
my
voice.


What's
that
supposed
to
mean?

His
breath
came
warm
against
my
face,
sending
chills
through
me.


The
way
you
were
dancing
with
Nadia.

I
tried
to
ignore
his
hands
slipping
around
my
waist.


Lacey,
it's
part
of
the
act.
I'm
a
billionaire
and
a
CEO.
People
expect
me
to
dance
with
gorgeous
women.

I
laughed.

Right,
like
your
fiancée
maybe?

He
grinned.

Yes,
you,
too.


It's
all
fake
anyway,
so
I
don't
know
why
I
care,
but
it's
like
this.

I
bit
my
lip.

If
I'm
going
to
act
a
part,
then
you'd
damned
sure
better
do
the
same.
I'm
already
being
made
a
fool
by
you.

I
wanted
to
cry.


Lacey,
you're
so
important
to
me.

Rock's
words
were
a
caress,
and
he
gathered
my
body
closer
to
his.

The
hard
outline
of
his
cock
pressed
against
my
stomach
as
he
hiked
up
my
dress.


What
are
you
doing?

I
asked,
my
mouth
dropping
open.


Stopping
this
elevator.
They
have
ten
others.
We
only
need
a
few
minutes.

Rock
winked
at
me
as
he
thrust
his
hand
inside
my
panties.


You
can't
be
serious.

I
groaned,
closing
my
eyes
as
he
found
my
clit
and
stroked
it
in
slow
circles.


Oh,
I'm
totally
serious.

He
punched
a
button,
and
the
elevator
stopped
its
ascent.


What
if
—”


What
if
nothing,
Lacey.
I
could
buy
this
whole
hotel
if
I
wanted.
I
couldn

t
care
less
if
some
manager
finds
us
in
the
elevator
together.
Money
means
I
don't
have
to
worry
about
that,
and
neither
do
you,
now
that
you're
my
bride-to-be.

I
heard
the
mocking
note
in
his
voice,
but
my
arousal
was
so
strong,
I
didn't
care.
He
slipped
two
fingers
inside
me,
even
as
his
thumb
flicked
against
my
clit.

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