by Liz Durano

Did we or didn’t we?

That’s the million-dollar question when I wake up next to Kodiak “Kodi” Donovan the morning after a mutual friend’s wedding.

Forget that he’s one of the most eligible bachelors of Manhattan. He also happens to be the founder of the nonprofit organization ReBuild to Heal.

And so we decide to pretend nothing happened. We agree to go on with our respective lives.

None of us spot the paparazzi who photograph us leaving Kodi’s brownstone together.

Within hours, my walk of shame is plastered all over gossip sites and my job as an ICU nurse is in jeopardy, thanks to some morality clause attached to my employment contract.

Suddenly whether we did it or not is the least of our worries.

To save my reputation, the next question becomes… should we or shouldn’t we just take it all the way?

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