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Raj glanced at Gray's lips. He remembered them on his ear. What would it take to get them on his mouth, her tongue against his tongue? Raj took a step back. "I won't be needing magic to get your shirt off."
The fear left Gray's face as she put a free hand on her hip. "And what does that mean?"
Raj pulled out his Zippo and flicked it open. "We'd make a powerful couple, you and me. We've got a lot in common. Think about it." Raj snapped the lighter shut. He moved his thumb to flick it open again then stopped when he saw the way Gray stared at him. The expression was hard to make out. Then it changed.
"You really want the invisibility spell that bad? Well, forget it. I'm not giving it to you and I wouldn't go out with you if you were the last person on Earth."
Raj grinned. This wasn't rejection--just a bit of foreplay between a witch and a wizard. "That would be nice. You, me, and the world to ourselves."
Gray loosened her grip on her pack and let it dangle from her fingers next to her knees. "Sounds like my idea of hell."
"At least in hell we could be wicked."
"You're wicked enough already."
Their eyes locked. He'd never wanted to kiss a girl so badly. Maybe if he imagined her resolve melting away, it would happen. But he didn't have any magical abilities at the moment. Foolishly, Raj had let down his guard and allowed himself to fall under the spell of a girl--the kind of spell any human was in danger of tripping headfirst into.