"Wait, so you're telling me your dad just gave me half of the company," I say and almost couldn't believe the words that were coming out of my mouth. I can't be the CEO of a company that doesn't belong to me. Spencer deserves this. I don't.
"I was shocked too. I mean I know my father loved you, but I never thought he would give the company to you. Well, let you share it," Spencer whispers.
"Well, I think the right thing is to sign it over to you. I honestly don't want to run this company. I saw how it tore you and me apart," I trail off.
"Brooklyn..." Spencer is cut off when the bell on the door rings.
Liam's smile greets me and I hesitantly smile back. We have been caught red-handed. All he knows is Spencer is a friend, but I swear if Spencer says something.
"Is this seat taken?" Liam asks.
Spencer waves a hand signaling he can sit down.
"So, this must be your friend," Liam's jaw tenses. I can tell he is jealous.
"Spencer King," Spencer introduces himself and holds out a hand.
Liam shakes it and turns to me. "Are you free tonight?"
"Yes," I smile.
"Good," he says then pecks my lips.
The kiss is hostile and no feelings are put into it. I don't like it.
"So, Spencer. What do you do for a living?" Liam asks.
"I run a multi-million dollar company," Spencer says with a smirk.
A hand is put onto my thigh and I stiffen. The bastard is enjoying watching me squirm.
"How do you two know each other?" Liam questions.
"We-" I am cut off with Spencer's voice.
"We used to go to College with each other and dated for a while," Spencer answers honestly.
My face drains of color as Liam looks over with fury. I never really had the ex-boyfriend conversation and Spencer has never come up in a conversation. The tension in the air is palpable as Spencer and Liam have a stare off.
"So, isn't this just a beautiful April day?" I smile trying to relieve the tension.
"Let's get going," Liam says in an angry voice and grabs my wrist.
He doesn't even give me a chance to answer before we are out the doors and in his car.
"I'm not a dog you can pull on a leach!" I yell.
"Why are you talking to your ex!" He shouts.
"Really? This whole thing is about Spencer? We dated two years ago. Get over it. We are friends!" I huff and the car goes quiet.
"I don't want you to see him anymore," Liam whispers as we pull into my driveway.
I immediately get out of the car and so does Liam. I can't even believe he is doing this right now. I'm not five years old. I can do what I want.
"Leave!" I yell. "You don't get to tell me what to do so just leave. Goodnight Liam," I say before walking into my house.
I wait until I hear a car starting and then the faint sound of it driving away to look and see if he is gone. I'm fuming by this point and don't even register what I was doing. Before I know it I'm knocking on a familiar apartment door.
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Until the Final I DoRomance
Spencer King has it all. He runs a multi-million dollar company, he's good looking, and he even has the most beautiful view of New York City. The problem is he has no one to share it with and is looking for the love of his life. He had her. He had h...