By Mary Stanton
Celestial recommend Brianna Winston-Beaufort is keen to put aside dealing with appeals for condemned souls and come again to working towards legislation within the land of the residing. 3 months after taking up the kinfolk perform Bree jumps on the chance to paintings for a secular buyer. but if aged actress Justine Coville walks into Beaufort & Company's place of work to make alterations to her will, she drags Bree correct again right into a complete other-world of problems.
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Then, loudly, “No notes, Mrs. Billingsley. I don’t want to say anything more right now, Bree. ” She suddenly looked her full age, and exhausted as anyone Bree had ever seen. “If I may be frank, I need this part. You’re how old . . twenty-five? ” “Twenty-eight,” Bree said. “So you haven’t a clue. About how the world looks at you when you have a few years on you. Actually it’s how the world doesn’t look at you when you’re old. They raise their voices, as if you were deaf. Their gazes slide right past you in a crowd.
Usually EB had firm views about being professional—and gossip rated high on her list of what was unprofessional—but she was as interested in the activities of Sundowner Productions as anyone else in Savannah. They wouldn’t charge the old lady for time spent listening to reminiscing. It wasn’t as if mortal, paying clients were beating down the door to the Bay Street office anyway. Bree’s alternate office at 666 Angelus, which was just around the corner, had another set of problems altogether. There was no shortage of souls wanting to reverse their sentences to Hell; but those cases didn’t pay the bills.
Sixty? ” EB said, right on cue. She caught Bree’s eye and winked. “You don’t look a day over forty. ” in spurious, but kindly, agreement. She sneaked a look at her watch. Almost noon. EB had scheduled an hour’s appointment beginning at eleven. Bree had to meet her sister, Antonia, at home for a quick lunch and then get on to the Angelus office. Justine patted her artfully streaked hair. ” Justine was one of the first of Franklin’s former clients to make an appointment. She’d called in response to the letters EB had sent out announcing Bree’s assumption of the Bay Street practice.