By Rhonda Nelson
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I’m annoyed. ” Another fatalistic shrug, as though this was all his fault. ” Though there was absolutely nothing dirty about what she’d said, his imagination nevertheless immediately leaped in that direction, which only served to irritate him further. Actually, he’d rather not do it at all, but he couldn’t say that to her without fear of innuendo. Will rubbed the bridge of his nose. ” Her gaze sharpened. ” He swore and leaned back. “Watch your language,” a little old lady in the booth directly behind him snapped.