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Late Night Delight

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.







I had an early meeting with the Chinese CEO of our company. He was always prompt on his timing and would never miss a meeting even when he was sick. There was a time he had to go for a surgery and but we had a meeting with him before his scheduled surgery. He never gave excuses for anything and was the ultimate workaholic. I tossed and turned in my bed thinking about my presentation and framing questions that he normally asked. Most of them were hard and he had actually gotten a few of my colleagues fired for not carrying out a proper research. I had worked with him for over five years but had never had him file any complaints about me. He never complimented you on anything but would always be quick to point out your mistakes to your bosses.

I was bereft of sleep that night even after taking two sleeping pills. I tossed and turned in bed and finally decided to search the web. I booted up my laptop and went on to log into social media. I had not done this for the longest time and catching up on the latest gossip seemed to be the perfect distraction. As I was going through the site, a message alerted me from an app one of my best friends had advised me to get on.

Beth had actually taken the liberty to create an account for me, placed one of my youthful photos on my profile and wrote a short but lovely description of me. I had gotten a few likes and massages on my photos and went through them one at a time. Most of the messages that had been sent were from people who were not online at the moment but one lucky bastard was. We got to chatting and he sounded and seemed interesting. He was direct, brief and allowed the conversation to take a whole different turn. I liked that about him.


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