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I realize this has probably come as a surprise to you. ” Caleb spread his fingers flat across the gleaming surface of his glass-and-steel desk. ” Her red brows drew together in a serious, considering expression. “It was the strangest thing. The pictures were addressed to me at my hotel this morning. ” Caleb's insides tightened. Please, don't let it be what I think it's going to be. ” Serenity blushed but did not look away. ” Caleb made himself ask very carefully. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad. Maybe they were photos of her with a past lover.
In a sense we all need places like Witt's End. And Witt's End needs you, Mr. Ventress. Sincerely, Serenity Makepeace On a whim, Caleb had invited Serenity for an interview. The day she had walked through the door three weeks ago, looking completely wrong in a conservative gray suit and matching one-inch heels, he knew he would be signing a contract with her. He had taken Serenity by the hand, and she had followed his experienced lead with charming naiveté. If he'd really been trying to take advantage of her, he could have tied her up six ways from Sunday and she would never have had a clue.
The owners of such firms couldn't afford him. Serenity was no exception. She couldn't pay his usual fees, either. The only reason Caleb had taken Serenity on as a client in the first place was because she had caught his attention and piqued his admittedly jaded professional interest. He had been bored with his own highly successful career and with life in general for longer than he cared to remember. He recalled Serenity's initial letter of inquiry quite clearly. The scope of her plans had amused him.
Hidden Talents by Jayne Ann Krentz