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“Sit down, Mr. Miller,” I said, without looking up from the screen of my laptop. If I’d wanted to, I could have easily averted my eyes from the screen. I wasn’t doing anything important, just re-reading old emails. But, the performance served a purpose: I was in charge, and I’d speak to him when I was ready.
“Tell me what you’d do.” “Pardon?” “To me,” I said. “I want you to explain what you’d do to me.” “Isn’t it a first date a bit soon for this?”
The bedroom windows were open and, in the distance, I could hear the gentle lapping of the waves as they unfurled against the beach.