The Wager: Book Two Max & Lucy


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Four men, best friends, decide to place a wager amongst themselves, at their friends wedding, on who could stay single, atleast until their thirty. Everyone had to put up something they would hate to loose. So they make their toast, drink their drink determined to be the last, single, man standing. Here's the third story and Maximillian ' Max' Monroe's downfall. Enjoy...

Lucy McFarland cant stand Maximillian Monroe, her bosses best friend. Atleast that's what she tells herself as she sits fanning herself after one of his visits. He comes in everyday just to push every button she has, sometimes twice. One of these days she going to take him up on one of his offers just to see him run for the hills, wouldn't that be a welcome sight. Then why does the thought of that make her stomach hurt and her eyes water?

Max wants Lucy but he's not chasing any woman, that's what he tells himself as he tries to run her down after she ran from him. What? It was just a little kiss, maybe a little more than a kiss. Never mind that, the fact is she ran and now the game of cat and mouse begins. Its just a game, right? Then why does the thought of her in another mans arms make me want to hit someone?

Lucy doesn't know what his game is but she's not playing. Ok, maybe she played a little bit, but now she's going to hide until he loses interest. But with a man like Max hunting her she soon realizes there's no place she can hide that he wont find her.

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