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And ever since, Brock had said yes. To Harvard. To football.
To business school. To taking over the company. To the women his grandfather thought it best he be seen with. But this? This was too far. Not even paying attention. Story of his life. Grandfather limped around his massive desk. With a curse, Grandfather grabbed his cane and wiped his brow with the back of his hand.
His eyes locked in on Brock. Chapter Two Jane! She was exhausted from work—the last thing she needed was to babysit her sisters while they drank their body weight in vodka tonics.
Or watch over Essence; you know how she gets shy with guys! What girls actually had their own personal seamstress? Though Jane was really more of a jack-of-all-trades. And she was probably the worst wingman in history.
Hurry up! One wore purple lipstick, the other had on gray; they were always on top of the newest trends even if the trends were stupid—and ugly. At Fashion Week, they could get away with it. In Phoenix they just looked like Bratz dolls. It was the best one she could find at the last minute.
What Jane was. Plain Jane. Her sisters gave her the same empty-eyed stare. Arguing with them was completely useless. When it was two against one, she never won, not that it mattered in the long run. Her sisters typically got their way regardless of what Jane said. They were pushy—but they were family. Swallowing back her insecurity, she nodded quickly.
At one point, Jane had had to use all of the money her parents had left them to pay off the bill. She hated pity. Especially theirs. Well, that and the fact that they were family and family stuck together. Even if family exhausted you, stressed you out, and made you want to scream at least ninety percent of the time.
Chapter Three Admit it. The sheer publicity alone is priceless. He tossed back a gulp of whiskey, watching as his grandfather winced in pain after a particular hearty handshake from a journalist chomping to get in on the story of the century. Brock grimaced.
The World News. The New York Times. And allowing his grandfather to pick a winner from the bidders. A winner that Brock would date—and even potentially marry. That was the worst part about the press: One of the newspapers had hinted at a future Mrs. Brock Wellington. Date a stranger? He could do it. For the good of the company. For the press. He kept to himself. He made them hundreds of millions. He stared into his empty glass. Hell, have you ever even been to any of the company baseball games?
The only silver lining was that the money that would be raised was going toward cancer research —one of his passions—so there was that, at least. It was stupidity at its finest, but Brock had agreed to do it.
Maybe because he was just as insane as his grandfather. Or, even worse, maybe because he was convinced he would never find love, nor cared to. Because what his brothers said was true. He was getting older. Then again, did he even know himself anymore?