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Last time, she had dressed as if she was going to a work interview. A smart, conservative suit. Her best shoes, and her heavy chestnut-colored hair carefully combed back from her face. She’d hated herself, afterward, for trying so hard. This time, she hadn’t cared what they might think of her. She didn’t even know why they’d summoned her here. So she hadn’t bothered to try. She’d worn a ratty pair of jeans, her battered old motorcycle boots, and an old T-shirt beneath an even older hooded sweatshirt.
Looking just like Larissa at her haughtiest. Bradford and Helen broke into a loud, angry noise, but Theo barely heard them. She was magnificent, and, more to the point, she could be Larissa. He was not about to let her get away. Becca knew he would be the one to follow her, so she did not have to turn to identify the speaker when she heard the quiet command from behind her. “Stop,” he said again. Once more, she found herself obeying him without meaning to do so. She scowled at the marble floor beneath her feet, as if it was the fault of the stone she had an apparent weakness for this man.
He had to let her do as she pleased. And so he had. The end was more important than the means, he’d always thought. “Larissa made Theo a gift of a significant amount of her shares,” Bradford was saying. “It would give him a controlling interest in the company. ” “I believe they call that a dowry,” Becca said, her disgust plain in her flashing eyes, the lift of her chin. ” “It was a gift,” Theo replied, his voice more clipped than it should have been. As if this stranger’s opinion mattered. ” He had never apologized for going after what he wanted, using any means necessary.