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Late Night Surprise

By Isa Adam

Copyright@2018 by Isa Adam

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This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

It had been a long stressful day and Bruce was glad when he could finally get out of work. He parked up his papers back into his briefcase knowing he was going to have to take some of his work home if he was ever going to catch up. There was no other way apart from going through the mountain of paperwork that his boss had decided had to be done. His boss had clearly threatened to fire him if he didn't get himself together. It seemed like a bad joke. Bruce had always been one of the best at his office and being told that he needed to improve was not what he would have ever expected to hear from anyone. The worst part had to be when a month's work had been shoved back into his hands just because his boss didn't think it was good enough. Now Bruce had to finish that before the big presentation tomorrow or he would surely get fired. This was truly not one of his best days. He would probably have to say goodbye to that big promotion he'd been dying for after this. He didn't even see himself keeping his job after the meeting tomorrow. In his mind, Bruce could already see himself desperately scavenging for jobs.

"Hey Trevor," he greeted his colleague as he walked past his cubicle.

Trevor only shot him the same nasty look that he'd been giving him the whole day. Apparently, Trevor had the strange idea that he had been sleeping with his girlfriend. It was utterly ridiculous because Bruce couldn't think of even one reason why he'd want to sleep with Molly. Not that the woman wasn't attractive. He'd just never been attracted to her. Not when he had Lacey who was everything to him. In fact, he hadn't seemed to think of any other woman after her.

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