Egomaniac by Vi Keeland
Another independent novel from #1 New York Times smash hit creator Vi Keeland
The night I met Drew Jagger, he’d quite recently broken into my new Park Avenue office.
I dialed 9-1-1 preceding continuing to assault him with my favor new Krav Maga abilities.
He immediately controlled me, then laughed, discovering my endeavored strike diverting.
Obviously, my interloper must be presumptuous.
Just, turned out, he wasn’t an interloper by any stretch of the imagination.
Drew was the legitimate tenant of my new office. He’d been in the midst of a furlough while his luxurious space was redesigned.
Which was the manner by which a con artist escaped with renting me office space that wasn’t generally accessible for lease.
I was cheated out of ten thousand.
The following day, twilight at the police headquarters, Drew showed compassion for me and made me an offer I couldn’t can’t. In return for noting his telephones while his secretary was out, he’d given me a chance to remain until I found another place.
I most likely ought to have acted appreciative and kept my mouth close when I caught the exhortation he was heaving to his customers. Yet, I couldn’t help giving him some appropriately harsh criticism.
I never anticipated that my body would respond each time we contended. Particularly when that was all we appeared to have the capacity to do.