He chuckled, tucking her into his side with his arm around her. “Sounds like a plan. I say we get here first so we get the pick of the rooms and can even christen a few.”
She poked him. “Is that all you think about?”
“Holly, I’m a guy. Of course, that’s all I think about.” He winked at her.
Then, Holly had a brazen idea. With Rob with her, the woods didn’t seem so scary, and knowing that the lake house was overrun with friends made things a bit less intimate. Wasting the moment seemed silly.
She stopped and pulled him to her, dragging her fingers over his chest. “You know, we’re alone now.”
Rob’s brow rose high on his forehead. “Yes, we are.”
Nibbling her lower lip, she said, “Maybe we should take advantage of that.”
The corner of Rob’s mouth curled upward. “So, what you’re asking of me is to be wicked in the woods with you?”