I love my job working for Silver Breweries. Managing the largest location in the Denver area, I have a lot of responsibility that keeps me busy. My favorite part of the job is when the CEOs come in. Well, one in particular who never fails to catch the eye of this Southern girl.
We’re complete opposites, but I can’t take my gaze off Lincoln Silverstone. Those crystal-blue eyes and broad shoulders. The way his suit fits him like a glove.
He’s like a cool drink of water on a hot Alabama summer day.
But Linc is all about business. I doubt he notices me when he comes in, only throwing me the occasional glance, that I’m sure is strictly professional. Seems I’ll have to try harder to get him to see me as more than just an employee.
So, when he offers me a position where I’ll be working more closely with him, I jump at the chance.
I’m always on the lookout for the next business opportunity. Which company I can take over, and what I can do to appease my corporation’s bottom line. With the other CEOs busy in their new domestic roles, more responsibility is falling on me lately.
I believe Quinn Walker is the best person for a new job we’re creating. She runs our Silver Park location like it’s her own pub. The problem is that Quinn is extremely attractive and I find myself drawn to her the second I walk into the brewery, wanting to be in her sweet Southern presence. She makes my otherwise serious persona relax with her inane euphemisms, and I can tell she’s flirting with me.
I’ve told my colleagues not to mix business with pleasure, so I’ll just have to maintain my professionalism if she decides to take my job offer, because we’ll be working very close together if she does. But, keeping it strictly business won’t be easy.