Throwing back her head Lindsay started to laugh uproariously. With a smile, she took her picnic basket off the secretary’s desk and moved into the corner and sat down.
“Madam you might as well leave. The boss is busy all day,” she said.
Lindsay smiled and took out her phone. “I’ll just send this little message first if you don’t mind.” Lindsay crossed her legs and got comfortable.
“In fact, I do mind. I’m going to have to call security.”
“Just checking. You did hear the part when I told you I’m here to see my husband.”
The woman got up and rolled her eyes. “As if my boss would be stupid enough to marry someone looking like you.”
Lindsay looked at the woman in shock when she heard her comment taken aback by her blatant rudeness. Just then a message came through on her phone and after Lindsay read it she sat back down with a smile.
“Why are you sitting down? Get out of here woman. As if you can make me believe my boss married you.”
“Lorna! Why are you speaking to my wife like that? In fact, why don’t you call me and let me know she was here?”
The woman looked from Mr. Divine to me then back. “No way. There is no way you are married to her.”
Mr. Divine walked out of his office towards me, pulling me into his arms and floored me with a long, deep kiss. It took me so by surprise that I ended up clutching his shirt and I didn’t even know when I did it.
“Mine,” he growled pulling me closer. Then he turned and looked at Lorna and she backed away slowly.
“If you ever disrespect my wife again you better start looking for a new job.”
“Yes sir, okay sir.” She moved around her desk and sat down watching as Mr. Divine leaned in and kissed me again. After he raised his head he gave me a heated look, took up the picnic basket and dragged me towards his office.
“Hold my calls,” he said to Lorna as I trotted after him. Then she slammed the door shut and locked us inside.