Between the Lines by Jayne Ann Krentz
By Jayne Ann Krentz
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The halo of golden brown framed the wide, heavily lashed eyes, a full mouth and a delicately shaped nose and chin. Amber was an intelligent woman with the sort of face people found interesting, even attractive, but not particularly beautiful. In the nearly three months he had known her, Gray had never seen her wear much makeup. That suited him just fine. But it also made him curious. He wondered occasionally how much makeup she had worn when she'd worked as an account executive at the advertising agency in Southern California.
Cynthia could probably have driven the route from her home to the shopping center blindfolded. She spent a lot of time at the elegant mall; many people in Bellevue did. Cynthia was two years older than Amber. Her short, sassy, stylish hair was a few shades darker than her sister's, and she had inherited their father's blue eyes instead of the golden-brown ones Amber had been endowed with. She had been working in the personnel department of a Seattle bank when she'd met and married her husband Sam.
She turned away and started for the plush bathroom. " Gray called after her. Amber couldn't tell if there was a faint note of challenge in his voice or not. Was he asking her whether she expected to have her own room or was he telling her? "That will be fine. " Amber fled into the bathroom. Chapter 3 amber felt SHE HAD REGAINED both her emotional equilibrium and her sense of perspective by the time she and Gray finished dinner in the beautiful hotel dining room. The wine Gray had ordered with the meal had no doubt contributed to her relaxation, she decided with a small smile.