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Such brassy confidence! “Helen,” the new girl muttered. ” Jane moved forward, adjusting her glasses up the bridge of her nose. They were thick, and made her eyes disappear behind them. Helen pegged her as English, at once. She had unkempt hair roughly tied back in a ponytail. Not a likely companion for this Sally Lassiter. And nor, Helen thought, am I. Olive-skinned with an aristocratic, aquiline face, Helen had hazel eyes flecked with green, and lush, black hair, glossy and sleek. Where Sally’s shirt was undone, Helen’s was buttoned up, the extra button under the chin tightly drawn.

Sally blew one last kiss to the cheering crowds, waving just the tips of her manicured fingers at them. ” She crossed the red carpet to where the hungry media were waiting. Flashbulbs popped like fireworks; a forest of microphones jostled toward Sally’s face. The Arabian princess had cut them dead, and that was lame, but so what? Sally was the real golden girl, America’s sweetheart! The reporters shoved forward, yelling questions at the star. “Sally! ” That last one was a perfect softball. Sally stopped smiling for the photographers and turned to camera.

For all its high-profile branding, this company was nothing. Nothing! They both knew what he really meant. It was unseemly for a princess of Ghada to be playing around in American business. Look at the Englishwoman, Jane Morgan. Famous across the world, although Al-Jamir did not dare voice the thought, for being one hell of a ball-breaking bitch. He did not want Siti Haya mentioned in the same breath as Jane Morgan! It demeaned her, it demeaned Prince Jaber. It lowered the very royal house! Haya closed the company report and turned her gaze to the security men and civil servants.

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