Book two of the What Nobody Knew series (A Pride and Prejudice Retelling). Black dress shoes stepped into my line of sight. My eyes travelled from his shoes, up the legs of his trousers, past his button-down shirt until I was met with his cold blue eyes. "Oh it's you, I'm not done yet," I stated simply, focusing on the files in front of me again. It was late and all formalities flew out of the door along with the other employees as they clocked out for the day. There was a pause. "Seems like this is still going to take you a while. You better let George know you won't be meeting him tonight." He said coolly. His words stopped my hand mid-air as I was reaching for another file. Was he bloody serious? Was this whole thing about that voice mail from George! ... Elizabeth Bennet and William Knight have decided to be mature adults, by pushing all their feelings aside and continuing a strictly professional working relationship with one another. But will they be able to ignore everything that happened between them? And what will happen if George Wickham makes a reappearance to win over Elizabeth? Will she listen to William's warnings about George? And will William be able to keep his distance from Elizabeth the second time around? This book is not standalone, so make sure to read What Nobody Knew first. The first book was quite mellow in the romance department, but this second instalment is going to bring a bit more steaminess. May contain some mature themes.