The front door opened, and the broody vampire stepped onto the porch. He looked to the left for a long minute before gazing at me.
“How long are you going to sit there, Elandra?”
So he knew I was there.
Exiting my SUV, I sauntered toward him, letting my hips sway. As I approached, I smiled easily.
“What are you doing here?” he asked.
“I wanted to continue what we started earlier.” Stopping in front of him, I placed my hand on his chest.
He grasped my wrist. “Care to tell me why you were snooping around in the database?”
I swallowed hard. “I-I—”
“Don’t bother, Elandra. When you logged in, I was still on the computer. I received an alert I was logging in on an unknown device.”
I must keep that in mind.
“I meant nothing by it. I just—”
He pushed my hand away and headed inside. Over his shoulder, Camdyn said, “Come in, Elandra. We should talk.”
“I was hoping for something other than a discussion,” I admitted as I followed him inside, only stopping briefly to glance up his circular staircase.
“We’re not going upstairs.” Camdyn settled himself on a sofa and crossed an ankle over a knee. “Sit down.” When I almost sat next to him, he pointed to a chair.
“You’re serious?” I folded my arms and tapped my foot on the wooden floor. “I didn’t dress like this to sit across from you.”
He sighed and rolled his eyes. “Sit. Don’t sit. The choice is yours, but that’s not the only one you must make.”
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