A Holiday Lift by Corinne Michaels EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Corinne Michaels
- Genre: Two-Hour Romance Short Reads, Holiday Fiction
- Publish Date: 24 November 2020
- Size: 2 MB
- Format: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Avail for Download
- Price: Free
“Shit!” I say as I fall to the ground half inside the elevator and half
in the hall. Humiliated, I force my eyes open, only to see a pair
of caramel-colored dress shoes and my dignity right there before
me. Seriously, this is the worst day of my life.
This morning I found out the pitch I was going to give after the new year
was moved to tomorrow, and then I found out it wasn’t Yamina who I was
pitching against. Nope, it was the only person in the office who could
actually kick my ass and get the account.
But that is nothing to me as I lie there in a stupid skirt for all the office to
“Here, let me help you.” A deep voice I’d know anywhere fills my ears a
second before an offered hand drops into my line of sight.
Please, God, let this not be happening.
I lift my eyes and find that not only is it happening but also it’s happening
in front of the hottest man in the building, my new enemy, the man I slept
with a week ago. He’s also the man I have deep feelings for but pretend not
“I’m fine,” I say, trying to stop the heat from flooding my cheeks.
The doors close on my body, and I attempt to maneuver, but I can’t get up
without showing all my glory.
“Holly,” Dean Pritchard says. “Give me your hand.”
Not wanting to make this any worse than it already is, I put my hand in
his. “Thanks.” He helps me up, smirking at me, but at least he isn’t laughing.
“Are you okay?”
Like he cares. If he did, he would’ve called. He wouldn’t have ignored
me since our drunken night of unbelievable sex. I wouldn’t have been
invisible. “I’m fine. Other than being embarrassed.”
I smooth my skirt down, knowing that it lifted enough for everyone to see
my bare ass.
“It looked like it hurt.”
Only my pride. “Press two please,” I say, desperate to get off the topic.
The last thing I want is to stand here and talk about the awkward fall.
“I never pegged you for going commando.”
“Not like you haven’t seen it already,” I say, adding another reason why I
should get a do-over for today.
I had underwear on when I left the house, but they ripped when I went to
the bathroom because I’m the biggest klutz ever and put my high heel
through the crotch. That was ten minutes ago. Oh, how I wish I had a time
“True.” He grins. “Still an interesting new tidbit about you.”
Yeah, I’m just full of them.
“Whatever, did you get the proposal done? I know it was last minute for
you.” I’m still smoothing my clothes out as the elevator door shuts with me
safely inside this time.
“I did. You?”
“Good. May the best man win.”
“Oh, I plan to.”
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