Her eyes grew large as her gaze went from his hand to his chest and then down to his jeans. Her gaze paused at his jeans.
“My eyes are up here, sweetheart,” he said with a full-on grin now. Oh, he liked this.
“Oh, I’m sorry. I just got lost in thought—”
“I bet you did.” He leaned against the counter, purposely flexing his muscles. After spending most days in the gym, he knew he looked good. Most of the time he didn’t care so much what a woman thought about it, but for whatever reason, he cared what this one thought. He leaned in so close he could feel the heat coming off her skin.
She kept staring.
“See something you like?” The gravel in his voice surprised him.
Tara locked eyes with him. “What?”
He watched as she realized what he’d said. She pushed past him and moved toward the elevator, then stopped and turned around.
“Katie mentioned Ryan had a brother. She forgot to mention he was an arrogant asshole.”
“Hey, I wasn’t the one staring,”