Chapter Ten

“Thank you.” I smiled and shrugged, trying not to read too much into flattering words. “It sounds like it could be me, but I still think you might have me confused with someone who wasn't panicking.”

He smiled, light shining in his eyes. “What did you think of the sandwich?”

I looked down at my empty plate. It had been absolutely fantastic and now that it was gone, I was considering licking my plate to get at the crumbs.

“What sandwich?” I asked, trying to look innocent. “Someone must have taken it.”

“Well, that is a shame,” he agreed. “I'll just have to make you another.”

“You really don't have to do that,” I said quickly, reaching out and grabbing his wrist. He pulled away as if I had shocked him. “I mean, I'm sure you have more important things to do with your time than make me a sandwich.”

“Does it look like I'm doing anything else?” he asked tersely.

“No,” I admitted, shaking my head.

“Then, this is what I'm doing with my time.” He stood from the table and collected my plate befo
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