After a day off, Brandi was ready to start her day early. She hadn’t signed the contract yet because she realized after hashing it out with Zach, she wanted her father’s advice. He wasn’t a lawyer, but he’d seen enough contracts in his time to know what would work and what wouldn’t.
She marched into Zach’s office to go over their schedule or the day. As much as she was looking forward to it, she still needed to see her father first. Zach didn’t need to know that. “Before you finalize your schedule, I have an errand to run after lunch.”
“Okay. I can drop you somewhere.”
“I’d rather go by myself. It’s, um, personal. Woman stuff.”
Zach didn’t flinch. Most men strayed away from the mysteries of some of the things women did. Pedicures and periods usually sent a man running for cover. Zach was unperturbed by it. “Okay. Do what you need to do. I can move the appointment with the business group to an hour later.”
“That’ll work. I don’t need much time.”