Author: Jennifer Woodhull
Published by: Jennifer Woodhull on Dec. 26, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Max has crushed on Brie for as long as he’s known her but the timing was never right. When he finds out they’re finally single at the same time, he’s poised to move from friend zone to serious dating… until he finds out she’s only looking for something physical. He offers his services in hopes she’ll come around. Just when things are starting to go his way, a shocking turn of events snatches her from his grasp. Now he has to resurrect the life he thought he’d left behind to help the woman he’s falling in love with before it’s too late.
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“Sabrina!” Jacqueline’s voice bellows from her doorway. “Come to my office this instant!”
Awesome. My fave.
I breathe out a sigh and head toward the door in the corner. “Hi, Jacqueline. You wanted to see me.”
“I do indeed,” she says, her formality deliberate and intense. “Please have a seat.”
She closes the door, types out something on her keyboard, then takes off her glasses and glares at me as she leans across her desk. She is tall and slim with hair that falls in long, loose, perfect blonde waves, an incongruity against her severe features. Her face is thin, her chin pointed, and her nose looks like it has been broken a number of times. I can see why. I’ve wanted to punch her in her stupid face myself. Her whole appearance is menacing, except for those weirdly soft, bouncing blonde curls.
“Look, I’ll cut to the chase here,” she says.
“O-kay,” I reply, gripping the metal arms of the black leather chair across from her desk in which I’m seated.
“I’ve never much cared for you, Sabrina.” Really? Because here I thought we were besties and you might’ve asked me in to invite me to a girlfriends’ getaway – maybe a wine-tasting tour.
“You flit around the office and act like, just because you’re pretty, the world owes you something.” Where the fuck is this coming from? “You don’t take your job seriously, and honestly, I always assumed I’d end up having to fire you for incompetence.”
My eyes grow wide. She’s always been pretty direct, and clearly not a fan, but this is next-level, even for her.
“I’ve been over the audit reports with Adhira and Philip. I know about the anomaly in the accounts.” She sits upright and crosses her arms. Her lips draw into a narrow line, the edges turned slightly up, and her brows knit together. “Correction, your accounts.” She rolls her eyes, shakes her head, and makes a tsk-tsk sound between her teeth. “I never thought it would come to this.”
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