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About EMOTIONALLY COMPROMISED
“A smile will get you far, but a smile and a gun will get you farther” -Al Capone.
Federal Agent Alex Turner deals better with guns than boyfriends, and prefers it that way. Her emotional range is bleak, but her aim is damn near perfect.
Thinking saving the world is a far easier task than dating, Agent Turner springs at the opportunity to prevent young scientist Marcus Gibbs from selling his biological weapon to the highest bidder. With her goal in sight, and Marcus eating out of the palm of her hand, an obstacle she doesn’t see coming interferes. Meet Jeremy Hunt — the distractingly handsome CEO of Sunscape Biotechnologies, and Marcus’s boss and best friend.
A man who is accustomed to getting what he wants, Jeremy’s never been one to take no for an answer, which has Agent Turner realizing for the first time that her wit might get her farther than her weapon. With no protocol or training to reference when it comes to matters of the heart, she worries that this might be her hardest assignment yet.
Read an excerpt from EMOTIONALLY COMPROMISED
The car pulls away, and I’m alone with Jeremy, who’s now standing right next to me.
I stare into the distance, not wanting to make eye contact even though I know he’s staring at me. I bob back and forth on my heels, waiting for a cab, wishing for this moment to be over. He scoffs, and I still don’t budge.
As if he can’t take it, he says, “Really?”
The statement almost offends me. I turn to look at him, and it’s a blatant mistake. He stands with hands in his pockets in a nonchalant sort of pose, his dress shirt rolled up revealing his muscular forearms. My mouth starts watering. Focus.
“Excuse me?” I ask.
“You’re kidding right now, right? That stunt you just pulled with Marcus. Is this all because I grabbed your ass?” He’s coming dangerously close to being crude, and I get right to the point.
“Is this because I offered him my number, and not you?”
His mouth forms a hard line, and he’s all tough CEO, but I’m no mouse and I stare right back. After a moment, he’s back to trying to hold back his smile.
“Maybe it is.” He pouts.
When Jeremy pouts, it’s a remarkable sight. I gulp over my last thought.
“Well, I would say I’m sorry, but I’m not.”
As if dumbfounded, he continues, “Why Marcus? Why him? He’s been a drunk slob all night.”
Is he really putting down his friend? I wonder if talking about his friends this way is a habit.
I turn to look away because I can’t think of a logical response. He knows I’m attracted to him, and I will not let him take advantage of that fact. I can tell he thinks it’s funny that I’m giving him the silent treatment, and it annoys me.
He leans in somewhat close, and in a mocking tone, he says, “Is it these blue eyes? Are they too much for you?”
Before I can stop it, a laugh erupts from my mouth, and I look at him and roll my eyes.
“Mr. Hunt, you’re definitely not used to not getting what you want, and it almost pleases me that I can affect you so.”
He bites his lip, nodding his head as he looks away.
“You’re toying with me.”
Maybe I am.
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