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Deadly Chai

Series: BeauTEAful Summer , Book 1.0
By: Jamie DeBree | Other books by Jamie DeBree
Published By: Brazen Snake Books
Published: Jan 17, 2013
ISBN # 9781937477400
Word Count: 10,758
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Categories: Romance>Suspense/Mystery/Thriller Romance>Action/Adventure Suspense

Description
Anna's life as an accountant is pretty mundane - just ask her. One of the bright spots in her day is stopping in at The Trusty Mug for a cup of whatever tasty tea happens to be in season. But when a handsome detective asks her to help him check out what he believes is a baseless tip, her life will never be the same...
 
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Excerpt:
“I bet you say that to all the girls, don’t you?” She grinned at his nonchalant shrug, wishing she was better at the whole flirting thing. He probably thought she was some desperate thirty-something looking for any little thrill she could get.

He'd be right, sadly.

Cradling the cup in both hands, she turned to find herself face to face with the biker dude. Or his chest, anyways. Wishing she’d worn higher heels, she looked up, her gaze colliding with the bluest set of eyes she’d ever seen. His warm, musky scent made her weak in the knees as she took in his angular jaw and the slight crow’s feet feathering the corners of his eyes. Black, curly hair stuck out over his neck underneath a colorful bandana tied around his head.

Definitely not a college student.

The moment stretched on too long, and she knew she needed to say something, or move, or both. Then she frowned, wondering why he hadn’t moved. Was that amusement lurking in those gorgeous eyes?

Suddenly Anna was plenty warm and her cheeks burned as she dropped her gaze and stepped to the side.

“Excuse me,” she murmured, hurrying out the door as fast as she could move. Not daring to look in the windows as she walked past on the way to her car, she mentally castigated herself for not being brave enough to at least talk to the man.

It had been a long, long time since she’d even gone out on a date, much less done anything more entertaining with a guy. Which would explain why she’d just stood there like an idiot instead of introducing herself. Maybe she could have found out why he’d started coming in at the same time, or why he drove past her office.

Or what he liked for breakfast.

Shaking her head at her pathetic desperation, she unlocked the door to her office and stepped inside, flipping the sign in the window to “Open”. She set her tea on her desk, flipping the lid off and extricating the bag before she hung up her jacket and sat down to boot up her computer. The secretary was out sick, and there were no meetings scheduled, so she anticipated a very productive day.

She’d just opened the books for a new client when the bells on the door rang, signaling a customer. Minimizing the program and curving her lips into a welcoming smile, she looked up, her smile faltering as the biker from the coffee shop walked in...

Deadly Chai

By: Jamie DeBree
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