Black Ties and White Lies by Kat Singleton EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Kat Singleton
- Language: English
- Formats: PDF / EPUB
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- Genre: Contemporary Romance Fiction, Billionaire Romance
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- File Size: 6 MB
“Margo, Margo, Margo.”
A familiar voice startles me from my computer screen. Spinning in my
office chair I find my best friend, Emma, hunched over the wall of my
cubicle. Her painted red lips form a teasing grin.
Pulling the pen I was chewing on out of my mouth, I narrow my eyes at
her suspiciously. “What?”
She licks her teeth, flicking the head of the Nash Pierce bobblehead she
bought me ages ago. “Who did you piss off this time?”
My stomach drops, and I don’t even know what she’s talking about. “Are
you still drunk?” I accuse, thinking about the wine we consumed last night.
We downed two bottles of cheap pinot grigio with our roommate and best
friend, Winnie. Split between the three of us, there’s no way she’s still tipsy,
but it’s the best I could come up with.
She scoffs, her face scrunching in annoyance. “Obviously not. I was
refilling my coffee in the lounge when Darla had asked if I’d seen you.”
I stifle an eye roll. Darla knew I’d be at one of two places. I’m always
either at my desk or huddled in front of the coffee maker trying to get the
nectar of the gods to keep me awake.
Darla knew exactly where to find me.
She just didn’t want to.
You accidentally put water in the coffee bean receptacle instead of the
carafe and suddenly the office receptionist hates you. It’s not like I’d meant
to break it. It’s not my fault it wasn’t made clear on the machine what went
where. I was just trying to help.
“I haven’t heard from her,” I comment, my eyes flicking to Darla’s desk.
She’s not there, but her phone lights up with an incoming call. Darla rarely
leaves her desk. It isn’t a good sign that she’s nowhere in sight. The sky
could be falling, and I’m not sure Darla would leave her perch.
Emma rounds the wall of my cubicle, planting her ass on my desk like
she’s done a million times before, even though I’ve asked her not to just as
“I’m working.” Reaching out, I smack her black stiletto, getting her foot
off the armrest of my chair.
She laughs, playfully digging her heel into my thigh. “Well, Darla, that
amazing woman, told me the boss wants to see you.”
“I thought Marty was out for meetings all day today?”
Emma bites her lip, shaking her head at me. “No, like the boss, boss. The
head honcho. Bossman. I think it’s somebody new.”
She opens her mouth to say something else, but I cut her off. “That can’t
“Margo!” Darla barks from the doors of our conference room. I almost
jump out of my chair from the shrill tone of her voice.
Emma’s eyes are wide as saucers as she looks from Darla back to me.
“Seriously, Mar, what did you do?”
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