By Jessica Steele
Emily Lawson has consistently positioned her much-loved grandmother ahead of her task, and hence she's been in lots of hassle at paintings! it is an important that she retains her new activity, yet she simply can not seem to cease arguing with Barden Cunningham, her infuriatingly beautiful boss.
yet after hours, is romance at the agenda?
Then issues move from undesirable to worse! One night when offering an pressing report back to Barden at domestic, Emily crashes her automobile and reveals herself having to stick the evening! Sharing an place of work with Barden is something, yet it really is fairly one other to proportion her boss's bedroom....
Harlequin Romance #3903, August, 2006.
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But he was waiting, and Emmie just then discovered that, even though a lie, a simple no would have ended the matter, suddenly, lying was beyond her. `Yes,' she said quietly, weathering the direct look from those no-nonsense steady grey eyes. ' The no-nonsense look went from cool to icy. `Then your apology is worthless,' he stated curtly. Emmie abruptly turned her back on him and marched stormily into her own office. She didn't know about losing dignity, but she did feel a fool-and humiliated into the bargain.
But, in adjusting to the fact that the dear soul was determined to move out, Emmie was not prepared to let her go and live just anywhere. The trouble was, though, that while one or two of the places they looked at were adequate, there were others that Emmie would not dream of allowing her step-grandmother to move to. Emmie couldn't bear the thought that Aunt Hannah might feel frightened and unsafe in their apartment. She blamed herself that, when clearly Aunt Hannah needed company, she had left her on her own for so many hours during the day.
Emmie had calculated that she must be some kind of step-grandmother to her, but when out of respect she'd addressed her as Mrs Whitford, the thin, straight, white-haired woman had advised her that, since she drew the line at being called `Granny', Emmie could call her Aunt Hannah. So Aunt Hannah she had become. She had her own private pension but, having already `lent' her son her savings, had declined to let him see any of her pension. ' So he had. And they'd moved to a three bedroomed rented apartment in a very nice area of London.
A Nine-To-Five Affair by Jessica Steele