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He was beautiful.
Enough so, even men stared. Dan Perry shoved his shades up on his nose to hide his gaze. Good thing he was sitting down because his knees wouldn’t have held him up.
He shook his head to clear his thoughts. The man couldn’t be that freaking gorgeous. Bronze skin stretched taut over his muscles, blond hair just brushed his collarbones and the prettiest blue eyes stared right back at him.
The quirk of a blond eyebrow sent heat streaking up Dan’s neck. The one drawback to being a redhead, his fair skin showed a hot blush if a gorgeous guy even looked his way.
The man pushed off the sand and headed in his direction. He looked close to six-three and he moved with purpose, never breaking stride as he weaved through the crowd.
Dan grew hard under the heavy gaze pinning him to his seat. Why now? A groan escaped Dan’s suddenly parched throat, drawing the unwanted attention of his younger sister.
“Dan? You okay?” Erica whispered.
He dragged his eyes away from the Adonis coming their way. “Sure.”
But he knew the minute she saw the other man. Her pupils dilated and her breath grew shallow. Oh yeah, he knew that feeling.
The stranger’s deep rumble raised goose bumps, sent a jolt straight to his balls. Dan strove for some measure of control. “Yes?”
“Would you like to dance?” Adonis flicked his thumb towards the other end of the beach where a local band pumped out a decent cover of A Groovy Kind Of Love.
Erica jumped up. “I’d love to.”
His sister wasn’t to blame for her presumptions. It was one facet of Dan’s life he kept to himself. But apparently, this hottie had no such closets.
“I didn’t ask you.” His gaze turned ice cold at her interruption.