Missing Heiress (Chapter 4, page 2 of 19)


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No social life, that is, until he happened to come across Sissy3211 on the internet.

He met her in a forum and he didn't remember why, but they struck up a conversation about horses. Sissy3211 had never seen a horse up close, but that wasn't unusual - there were lots of city people who hadn't. She asked questions and he enjoyed answering them. Eventually, their method of communication moved to emails, and then to a private chat room. Before long, he found himself talking to her every night.

Sissy3211 was intelligent, funny, and didn't type single letters instead of actual words, like most did in text messages. She didn't use profanity either, although some of the stories she told about the people she worked with deserved a few choice words. All in all, she had qualities he found refreshing in a woman. Hopefully, she was a woman…she seemed to talk like one anyway.

She had one very strict rule - no personal information, which made him believe she truly was a woman. Her rule worked in his favor too. Some women would do anything to sink their hooks into a lawyer, especially one in control of such a huge estate. On the other hand, taking Sissy3211 out to dinner sure sounded better than another microwave meal. He opened his laptop, clicked on his personal email icon and scanned the list. None of the emails were from Sissy, but that wasn't unusual.

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