- Title: Business Travel
- Author: Amanda Gray
- ISBN: null
- Page: 384
- Format: Kindle Edition
All Bartholin Books are DRM free She s American He s British They re traveling on business to Warsaw, to check out a company for their investors The company isn t all they ll check out Join Claire and Adrian in this sexy romp in a foreign capital as they find out far about each other than they expected Amanda Gray is the author of Specific Heat, also from BarthoAll Bartholin Books are DRM free She s American He s British They re traveling on business to Warsaw, to check out a company for their investors The company isn t all they ll check out Join Claire and Adrian in this sexy romp in a foreign capital as they find out far about each other than they expected Amanda Gray is the author of Specific Heat, also from Bartholin Books About 12,000 words Excerpt I was sitting cross legged on the bed in underwear and a cashmere sweater when Adrian knocked on the door Claire Are you decent My trousers were in an untidy jumble on my lap while I sewed a torn hem My heel caught it as I got out of the taxi at our business apartment, and I couldn t face the first day at a new prospect with it hanging loose I looked down The cloth covered pretty much everything interesting, and I was feeling mischievous Decent enough, I called back He opened the door and walked in If he had any opinion on my definition of decent enough , he kept it to himself How do I look he asked Adrian is one of those pale Englishmen, slim and a little fussy looking His outfit was tasteful and expensive, with beautifully tailored trousers and a crisply pressed button down shirt Looking at him, you d never guess he was a top flight software architect rather than, say, an investment banker He d skipped the necktie, because the prospect, Madry Software, was casual But I noticed that he couldn t resist wearing cufflinks Under no circumstances was I going to admit how good he looked We d been engaged in a half flirtatious game of teasing for nearly two years It had started as a culture war, since I m the lone American in the London office and he s so stereotypically English But by now it had spread into every conversation we had This was my first time working out of town with him, and I was looking forward to chances for repartee So I didn t want to give away too many points at the start Your belt s a little shabby , I answered, but otherwise you look OK He glanced down I was hoping to get another one before we flew out It ll have to do for one week They do sell belts in Warsaw, you know Not that we d have time to shop Adrian and I were in Poland for just a week, doing due diligence on a tech startup Our employer, one of Britain s biggest venture capital firms, sends teams all over Europe to scout out potential investments Between his code reviews and my audit work, we d be busy every minute of the next week I wouldn t know, he replied blandly It s a standing joke in our office that Adrian won t shop anywhere but Oxford Street One of the guys told me he d once washed the same pair of socks every day for a week after his luggage got lost in Verona I d have just bought throwaway ones, myself OK, I m done I knotted the thread and cut it off, then stuck the needle back into my sewing kit I knee walked to the edge of the bed, and sat to pull my trousers on Adrian watched me idly Why do you wear a thong Surely it s uncomfortable Not really, not once you re used to them And it means there s no panty line I figure I should give anyone who s staring at my ass a smooth view I have, I m told, a fantastic ass Back when I d dated, before my disaster of an engagement, I d heard pickup lines from guys standing behind me than in front of me I ran my hands over the seat of my trousers and looked over my shoulder at him What do you think Very smooth, he said.
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