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Read an excerpt from Chapter 7
“I’m not bad. I’m just drawn that way.” Jessica Rabbit
“I don’t care what they say about you, Dayna. You’ve got talent.”
“What?” Dayna’s head came up to stare at the screen where her boss sat in his office video-chatting with her the next morning. “What do you mean, Howard?”
Howard laughed. He reached down to take a mouthful of sandwich. A piece of egg salad hung from the side of his mouth.
“Nothing, babe. Just great article. You showed such sensitivity. I knew if you reached down deep enough, we’d find a heart in there.”
Dayna looked bleary eyed at the computer, shaking her head. Before she could respond, Howard continued, “Okay, I may have something else for you.” He picked up some papers on the desk and looked through them. “Let me see…Oh yeah, we could use something about hunting season opening. Tons of deer in the woods…and babe, don’t mention the wolf sightings.” He paused, eating. “I mean it, Dayna. This is your chance. Keep it to what I ask for. Don’t bring your own crazy ideas in and who knows where this thing will go?” He wiggled his eyebrows at her. “Hey, Dayna, you doing anything for dinner—?”
Dayna clicked off the computer, ending the video conference.
“I’d rather starve than eat with you,” she grumbled.
Dayna’s stomach rumbled, and she realized she hadn’t eaten anything since yesterday. She walked into her kitchen, looked in the fridge, and took out a yogurt.
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