“You expect he hid the wills among the frozen snacks here?”
Insufferable man! She ignored him and looked at the contents. Chocolate, capsicum salsa, Camembert, celery stems, carrots, cucumbers, etc., etc. They all seemed to have passed their expiration dates. Mrs. Hurst apparently hadn’t bothered to ask the servants to clear out her late husband’s things.
Elizabeth folded her arms across her chest. She didn’t like someone underfoot, even if he was a handsome prince. “Don’t you have some business to attend to? You can leave me here for half an hour.”
“I’m quite at leisure this weekend. And I’m monitoring your work, for Bingley’s sake.”
The nerve on her neck throbbed. She could be sarcastic too. “Is your job real, in Standard General?”
“Very real. My team has to predict shares performance every quarter and seven out of ten, we get them wrong.” His mouth curled up slightly.
Was the prince trying to flirt with her? “Why do you need it? You’ll be inheriting the throne one day.”
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