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“Well, at least they know the truth about you now!” I laugh nervously and step away from the mistletoe. “Ready to go, Dominic?”

“Not quite.” He pulls me into his arms, holding me taut against his body.

Without warning, he presses his lips against mine, kissing me so long and hard that I almost lose my balance.

“Why are you fucking with me, Georgia Grey?” he whispers before slapping my ass.

I gasp, but my reaction is short-lived by the overwhelming feel in his next series of touches.

He rubs his palms up and down my back, steadying me, testing me as he positions me to where I can feel just how aroused he is. How he does not give one fuck about the fact that he’s controlling me in front an audience.

I start to panic about what this looks like to them, if I’ll ever live this down, and as if Dominicknowsthat, he cups a hand around my neck and holds me still for a long, lingering kiss that makes every single one of my toes curl.

When he finally lets me go, my cheeks are burning and I can’t bear to look at anyone in this room.

“He looks like a pretty damn good kisser to me…” “Right?” “I guess that answers my ‘How good is the sex?’ question from earlier.” Their whispers and giggles are loud enough for me to hear.

“I’mfarfrom impotent,” he says to Taryn. “Your cousin has a very strange sense of humor.”

“Clearly.” Taryn fans herself, and I struggle to catch my breath.

“Now, I’m ready to go,” Dominic says to me.

“Yeah, um…Okay.” I pick up my coat and look over at the game. “I’ll be back.”

“No, you won’t.” Savannah and Taryn laugh, and I’m too stunned by that kiss to say anything else.

I follow Dominic outside and into a waiting trolley, and instead of asking the driver to take us to the cottage, I request that we go to the lodge.

“I think we should get you your own set of keys first,” I say.

“I would appreciate that.”

We ride in silence, and I pretend his hand isn’t caressing my shoulders the entire way.

“Well, well, well.” Dante steps in front of us when we enter the lobby. “Long time no see, Mr. Reiss.”

It honestly hasn’t been long enough.” He looks at me. “I’ll meet you at the front desk.”

He takes his place in line behind another guest, briefly leaving me alone with Dante.

“It’s a really small world huh?” Dante shakes his head. “I mean, it almost feels like last Christmas all over again for you, doesn’t it?”

“I’m not dating a liar and a cheater this year.”

“I didn’t lie about cheating on you. I omitted it until it was absolutely necessary to disclose.”

“Okay, bye.” I start to walk past him, but he blocks me.

“I’m not done talking to you, Georgia.”

“Don’t you have a fiancée to hang out with?” I ask “Someone who actually wants to be around you?”

“I’m treating her to a spa day. I was hoping to catch you with your fiancé so we could have a nice chat.”

“He’s not your biggest fan.”

“But I’m one of his, since we both know that he’s really me.”

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