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“I see your knight in shining armor, headed this way,” Beth, one of Megan’s co-workers said as she peered out the second story window of their small office.
Megan looked up from the stacks of fabric swatches she had gathered for a client and smiled. “I guess he wants to go to lunch.”
“Again? You two are getting pretty tight, aren’t you?” Beth continued to tease.
Martin, another of the group looked up from his work. “I don’t trust him. He’s odd.”
“What do you mean odd?” Megan asked, slightly irritated at his comment.
“I don’t know. He’s always dressed like he’s going to a funeral.”
“You’re just jealous,” Beth interrupted. “Don’t you mean suave?”
“I’m afraid I have to agree with Martin,” Pat, the older of the group and the owner of the small decorating business added. “I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about him that raises red flags.”
“Yeah, he’s the only guy that ever took me out, wearing something besides a pair of jeans and a T-shirt,” Megan scoffed.
Martin looked down, frowning. “What’s wrong with T-shirts?”
“Just the same, I wouldn’t let my guard down too quickly with that one,” Pat added.
Moments later, Thomas peered around the corner in search of Megan. He smiled when their eyes met and she stood, quickly reaching for her sweater on the back of her chair. “I’ll be back by 1:00,” she said, as she hurried toward him.
“I thought we might have Italian,” Thomas said, as he held his arm out for Megan to pass.