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Helen hated the way Rafe made her feel, all jumpy and achy inside. He always had. And he probably knew it. She yanked her hand out of his. He laughed huskily. "We haven't been able to coordinate our schedules," she said defensively. He snorted rudely with disbelief. "So, do you and the colonel salute each other before you hit the sack? " Hot sex? He hooted gleefully, slapping one hand on his knee. "Oh, Prissy, you are so transparent. " She made another note on her clipboard. " "I'm already miserable," he pointed out, continuing as if she hadn't even spoken.
She made another check mark next to his name and was about to reprimand him further, but the smirk on his face stopped her cold. Just like in the old days, he was goading her into losing her temper. This time she disappointed him by turning away. Then she had no more time to think about the jerk as she supervised the loading of the aircraft, trying to ignore the many eyes that seemed to rivet questioningly on her behind. Oh, Lord. Helen just knew this was going to be the longest day of her life.
Over there. " At the unexpected intrusion, Rafe tensed and stopped kissing her. They both listened alertly, unable to see anything yet. " another male voice cautioned, seeming to move closer, then swore, "Av, mierda! " A chorus of muttered curses followed. Helen started to push Rafe off her and demand an explanation, but he put a forefinger to her lips, signaling silence. "Si, you are right, Pablo. It does look like the Angel. " "Bueno, Ignacio. But does it not seem that El Angel ees doing enough covering on his own… of la senorita!