Nobody's

Nobody's by Rhea Wilde Read Free Book Online

Book: Nobody's by Rhea Wilde Read Free Book Online
Authors: Rhea Wilde
Tags: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Contemporary Fiction
at home. My limo will be on call whenever you’re ready. In fact, you can stay here if you prefer. It would make it easier for me to find you.”
    He walked over to me and despite my mouth still being full of food, he leaned down and kissed me tenderly upon the lips. He winked at me and walked out of the suite without a care in the world. I didn’t even have a moment to react. I was still stuck in disbelief at everything he was offering to me. When the door closed, the locked clicked and snapped me back to my senses. I was having trouble wrapping my head around everything that had just happened.
    We already had a date set for tonight and it was clear that Thomas had the money to pay for me. But he was offering me the opportunity to stay in his suite. His time was up. He had gotten what he had paid for. But when I looked at my apartment complex in the distance, I wondered if I should give him just a little bit more time, even if he wasn’t here.
    “Thank you, Thomas Livingston.”
    I took sip of orange juice and leaned back in my chair. My appetite satiated, I enjoyed my moment of contentedness as I watched the sun rise over the city.
     

Chapter 5
    I sighed as I looked out into the city. The view from the suite was amazing. And it wasn’t just the view. I turned around and bathed in the luxuriousness of it all. It was leagues nicer than my apartment and Thomas had left me here without a care in the world. But despite having a date scheduled with him for later tonight, I soaked in the atmosphere surrounding me like it was the last time I would ever be in this room before I finally gathered my belongings and left. As soon as I stepped out the door, a man in uniform was there to greet me.
    “Hello,” he said as he tipped his cap to me. “I’m Mr. Livingston’s driver. Mr. Livingston informed me that I’ll be taking you where you need to go.”
    He was a tall and rigid man. I couldn’t figure out whether his posture was a result of proper etiquette or if he was just simply built that way. Even though he looked like a chauffeur and was in service to another man, he still seemed significantly better off than most of the people I was used to seeing. His face was clean-shaven and underneath his hat the dark hair was cropped closed to his head.
    I couldn’t take him in for too long because I didn’t want to test his patience. I simply nodded my head and he led me back through the hotel and into the limo.
    “Where will be heading, Miss Angel?” he asked me from the driver’s seat.
    “Take me to…”
    I stopped myself for a second. A thought came across my mind that made me reconsider what I was about to tell him. He never said that he would take me straight home. He only asked where he should take me.
    “What is your name?”
    “Call me William.”
    “William… Where have you been instructed to take me?”
    “Mr. Livingston informed me to take you wherever you needed to go.”
    “I-I need to pick something up for Thomas tonight. We have a date. Could you take me to a place where I can buy a new outfit?”
    “I know just the place.”
    William tipped his cap to me and just like that we were on our way. It wasn’t a lie. I intended on doing something special for Thomas tonight. It was the least I could do. But more importantly, I figured I would take this time to take advantage of Thomas’s generosity. With two thousand dollars in my purse and a chauffeur willing to take me anywhere I wanted to go, for once, I felt like I had just a little bit of freedom.
    There were two ways to attract a man close enough to get him to talk to you. The first is how you did your makeup and your hair. The red wig stuff in my purse made it clear that I wasn’t the average woman and despite Thomas’s earlier comments, natural beauty wasn’t enough to stand out from the crowd. Mascara, eye shadow, blush, lipstick. All of these were tools to get a man to look in your direction. Obviously, there was a thin line between looking

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