This week I’m sharing excerpts from my upcoming release, MISS WHITE & THE SEVENTH HEIR (Once Upon A Fairytale). Releases this Friday! :-)
If you missed the previous excerpt, you can find it HERE.
EXCERPT / Prologue – Part 3
Elsa had outsmarted that girl since the day her father died. She would continue to do so. The company afforded her the lifestyle she deserved and allowed her to maintain her beauty.
Elsa’s narrowed gaze zeroed in on Hunter. She had plans for him. “Tell me more about QTR.”
“It appears they are in a downward spiral. They are losing shelf space in stores and their online presence is shrinking.”
“Oh, good. Very good.” Her worries diminished, but she knew not to take Sage for granted. She had too much of her father in her. “Keep a close eye on my stepdaughter. She is not to be underestimated. And she cannot be successful at QTR. I will stop her at all costs. Now go.” Elsa pointed to the door.
The man hesitated as though disliking being ordered around. Elsa was not used to people standing up to her. She liked being able to bend people to her will. She’d never been able to bend Sage and that was why the girl had to go.
When the man turned to the door, Elsa zeroed in on his finer assets—very fine indeed. Perhaps she’d dismissed him too soon. But by then the door was swinging shut. She would have to scratch her itch another time.
Elsa turned back to her reflection. No one was about to unseat her as queen of this publishing empire. She had nothing to worry about—certainly not the likes of that insipid, happy-go-lucky girl. A headline-worthy failure would ruin Sage’s future in publishing once and for all.
Elsa broke out in a cackle.
It was all going to work out perfectly. She would see to it.
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