“You still have it, Heidi.”
That’s what the 39-year-old branch chief thought to herself as she felt her coworker Michael’s eyes on her in the airplane seat next to her, gazing at her legs in the skirt of her business suit as she lay back to relax.
Michael was the office hunk — an athlete in college who graduated at the top of his class. His hiring had been met with enthusiasm by every-one in the office. The men remembered him from their college-basketball tournament pools; the women viewed him as both eye candy and a dashing leader, both socially and in the boardroom. He was tall, black, handsome and fit. And now, relaxing, his tall blonde boss took off her black patent-leather pumps, leaving her in her stocking feet.
Her thought before falling asleep for her nap was how good it felt to be... Read more...