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"Don't worry about it," Julie said in her best reassuring tone. "Take care of your family and I'll see you tomorrow. He's just getting here now, so I've got to run."
"Okay," she heard him reply as she took the phone from her ear and snapped it shut, not caring if he had finished talking or not. He almost certainly would have bored her with advice that she didn't need.
She was feeling a bit pissed off at the situation. Not because she couldn't handle entertaining a customer at a simple business dinner. Or because she had expected some help that she now wasn't going to get. Or even that this particular customer might take advantage of the situation and act inappropriately. She could deal with all that.
So why was she angry? It hit her as Greg stepped up and said hi to her. She felt vulnerable. She was face to face with a good looking man who oozed cockiness, arrogance. He might be emboldened still further since he had Julie in a position where she had to be nice to him. He didn't need that kind of edge. He was supremely confident as a player to begin with. He was probably already wondering how long it would take to get her out to his car to suck his cock.
And here she was, all primped with her hair down and her blouse undone enough for him to peek down at her cleavage... like she was playing right along with him. She wanted to button her blouse up, but it was too late. She had made a decision to put her tits on display for him. Under different circumstances, to be sure. But now she was stuck with it and she was feeling naked. She had to force herself not to cross her arms or seem self-conscious about it.
"Hi," Greg said, his blue eyes looking into her green ones, then down at her prominently displayed cleavage then back to her eyes. She quickly looked away, fooling with her cell phone, unable to meet his gaze. Her belly had a warm, queasy feeling. Well, she had wanted him to notice her tits... mission accomplished! She felt a little shiver run thorough her.
"That, uh... That was Carl," Julie said, trying not to let her voice betray her. She really didn't want to tell Greg that Carl wouldn't be joining them tonight. It would be letting him off his leash.
"And?" Greg prompted when Julie didn't elaborate.
"He, uh, can't make it. Wife and kid got sick," Julie said, feigning indifference. "Guess you're stuck with just me." She smiled and met his eyes for a moment. There was something so predatory in them though that she had to look away again. She picked up her wine glass and took a sip to cover the awkwardness.
"Just you and me?" he said, his smirk sneaking on to his face. "Hmmm, guess we'll just have to make the best of it." She tried to smile back at him, but that look in his eyes, like a lion that had spotted a lame gazelle, was giving her butterflies.
Julie felt more vulnerable than ever, now that Greg knew there would be no chaperone tonight. She was determined not to let him shake her up again. She had been caught by surprise at the presentation. Now she knew what she was up against and she had to handle it.
"Want to see if our table's ready?" she asked. He seemed interested in getting the bartender's attention. Julie wanted to go sit down at a table and eat, not sit at the bar, drinking on an empty stomach. But Greg was in no hurry.
"I don't think we'll have trouble getting seated," he said, looking around. Indeed, the restaurant was more than half empty. "Let's have a drink first." He winked at her. "Maybe we can skip dinner and go find something fun to do?" His words by themselves weren't inappropriate, but the way he raised his eyebrow and looked at her speculatively... immediately, Julie was thinking of the woman in his car.
She held up her hand, displaying her wedding band.
"I've got to get home before I turn into a pumpkin," she answered smiling.
"Oh don't worry," he said with a smile. "I wasn't expecting anything like that." He jerked a thumb over his shoulder, pointing toward the parking lot. "Not before dinner, anyway," he laughed. And winked.
Julie smiled her polite smile, the one that s