He arched one brow. “I could have just let you fall.”
“Then why didn’t you?” I hissed under my breath. The edges of his lips twitched, and a tiny half-smile appeared. It was gone in an instant. I would have missed it had I blinked. But still, that millisecond of humor in his expression sent my pulse racing. Kale appeared over Jayson’s shoulder, a lazy grin on his face. He was almost as tall as his friend. “Are you sitting with us, Lena?”
“No,” Jayson growled, shooting Kale a glare. His friend only laughed and sauntered away. I propped my free hand on my hip.
“I believe he was talking to me. I can answer for myself.”
His head leaned toward me, his salty scent swirling up my nose. “Our seats are all the way in the back. You might trip walking that far.”Eternal Bond & Brimstone by J.N Colon