Work in Progress: Flawed Perfection (Beautifully Broken, #1)
“What?” I gasped dropping the glass in the sink and pointing at his lip. “Is that?”
He pulled the lip ring into his mouth with his teeth and let it out slowly. Now, that—that turned me on. The lip ring fit him perfectly; in fact I’d never seen a lip ring that appealed to me before his. They always seemed too big for the scrawny kids faces, and too overkill for the big tough guys.
“You like it?”
“How did you get that with your job?”
“The little kids love it! Administration thinks it looks like I have a fish hook in my face, but they said they’d deal with it until it’s healed enough that I can take it out during the day,” he explained, standing and coming around the counter. “Lucky thing I’m such a good teacher, they couldn’t get too mad at me.”
“Right,” I answered as I rolled my eyes just so I didn’t have to look at him.
“So what was that all about?” Adam asked, nodding to my neck.
“He didn’t!” I screeched grabbing at the area he was staring at.
Adam nodded his head, and I couldn’t help the growl that came out of my mouth.
“I’m going to fucking kill him!”
Adam’s eyes widened at my swear. “Woah, now! No need for indecency…though, I guess you already crossed that line.”
He was looking at my half-buttoned top, which you could clearly see my red bra through.
“Adam, don’t test me!”
“So he is he satisfying your needs?” Adam pushed further, a scowl on his face despite his playful tone.
“Do I look satisfied?” I fired back, crossing my arms so my cleavage practically busted out.
Adam’s eyes drifted for a moment before coming back up to my face. “Then why are you dating him?”
I found myself shaking my head at him as I opened and closed my mouth with no answer. I didn’t have a clue other than Tara had said I should try to move on.
Andy didn’t turn me on half-naked and climbing all over me. Adam turned me on just by looking at me.
I was a freaking mess.
“Commitment-probe, remember?” I finally managed to answer.
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