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Just a Chance Ch. 02

by My_8i_stry 01/10/18

I have taken the advice of a few reader and tried my best lengthen my chapters.

Everything written is fiction including people, locations, and companies. I edit the story myself so if there are any horrible mistakes I apologize and please disregard them.

Thank you for taking the time to read this chapter.


Sitting at my desk, I was still staring at the small piece of paper that was given to me the night before with the same questions buzzing through my head.

"Amelia? Have you read the email I sent you earlier?"

I hadn't heard my door open and jumped at the sound of Amanda's voice.

"Uh, not yet. What was it about again?"

She looked at me with an arched eyebrow.

"It's the numbers you said you needed immediately."

I shut my eyes tight trying to think through the fog of Lora and Mel, but the numbers she was referring to didn't come to mind.

"I'm sorry I'll look at those right now," I said hoping she wouldn't hear the pretense in my voice.

I began clicking away trying to enter into my email when I felt a hand stop my fingers.

"Hey, what's with you? You aren't usually this scattered brain."

I sighed before moving my hands from the keys and closing the laptop.

"You're right... I have a lot on my mind and Lora is back in town."

Amanda's usually poised and stern appearance relaxed a bit, something I didn't see too often.

Amanda was a person I would call a professional best friend.

She was a beautiful blonde with blue eyes who was as tall as I was, but her personality was completely different.

She would always accuse me of being too lax, while I would mention that she was way too uptight. She always had a strict demeanor with me and hardly ever called us friends, even though we obviously were. It had always been about the business with her, so this small glance at the human being inside her was a small surprise.

She had always been this way as long as I could remember. We had both come from prominent families and even though we had known each other since childhood and went to the same schools, we were mostly rivals.

As we entered our college years and followed our respective paths that competition turned into admiration and friendship and we've been partners ever since.

I saw her a business goddess. I may be skilled as an engineer and the years at my father side may have prepared me to take over his business, but it was Amanda who truly helped keep everything on track.


Amanda set her stuff down and leaned against my desk.

"Amelia, you know after all these years we have gotten to know each other quite well. I might even go as far as calling us, close friends. I really don't think we could run this company as effectively if we weren't. So, I want to tell you, as a friend, something needs to change."

I stiffen a bit at her remark. One thing I always cherished about Amanda was that she never questioned my personal life.

"I don't normally get..."

"Don't misunderstand me. I have seen how you look at Lora when she comes and visits you. Honestly, I don't know how the girl doesn't know you are in love with her or how you can keep your feelings bottled up like this. You need to do something, Amelia. Either fight for what you want or let it go. This whole," she said while pointing at me, head to toe, "Is starting to get annoying."

Her words may have sounded harsh to anyone else, but I saw real concern in her eyes.

I sat there quietly as I let the words sink in.

"You're right. I can't keep going like this."

Amanda pushed off my desk taking her stuff back into her arms.

"Ok, now seriously look at those numbers I don't want you falling behind on your work. In the meantime, I'm going to meet with the team leads."

"Right," I said with new determination, reopening my laptop, and focusing on the very important matters in front of me.

I was rubbing my temples as I finished the last pages of work I needed to have done tonight. Having my head filled with my personal problems had in fact gotten me behind and had required me to stay later than usual to catch up.

I was packing a few things to take home and review when my phone started ringing. I smiled when I saw the name on the caller ID, Lora.

"Amelia! Guess what?!"

I chuckled at her enthusiasm as I left the office.

"What? You found a better junk food place than Tim's?"

"That is impossible, but I think you're going to like the news."

I could tell she was pausing to be dramatic.

"Come on, Lora, tell me."

"Well, since you insist. I'm going to be Mel's stunt double for her new movie and it's being shot here in New York!"

I nearly froze in my tracks. Lora only stayed home between movies and this was the first time a movie would be shot here.

"That's amazing Lora! I'm so happy for you!"

"Mel and I are going to celebrate. You should come out with us."

I took a quick glance at my watch. It was already past eleven.

"Mind if I go in my work clothes?"

"Never, just get your butt down here to The Lantern."

"I'll see you in a few, bye."


I shut my phone as I hurried to my car to drop off my stuff.

The Lantern was a bar close to Reid Engineering. Actually, it was walking distance. It was the bar Amanda and I would visit in times of decompressing and where we went when we were both just interns trying to learn the business.

As I pushed opened the familiar set of wooden doors the air around me filled with the sound of live music.

The crowd was a little thicker than usual and took me a moment to find Lora and Mel sitting at a corner table with the top already filled with a display of differently colored liquids.

As I walked up to them Lora quickly presented me with a shot. Tequila.

"To staying home, creating new memories, and friendships!" Lora said with more happiness I've seen in her eyes since she returned.


A few shots later Mel leaned over to Lora and began to whisper in her ear.

Mel's warm eyes never left mine as I saw her lips move quickly and quietly. There was a heat emanating from them as she spoke that made my cheeks began to burn.

After what seemed like a few moments Lora gave her signature smile before saying, "Go for it!"

I looked at them in confusion as Mel walked around her and took my hand.

"Dance with me, Amelia."

I quickly looked over at Lora who was now talking to a cute waitress. Almost as if feeling my eyes on her she turned and faced me.

"I'm ok. Have fun with Mel."

She then turned her focus back to the waitress.

I was still watching Lora as I felt my body begin to move through the crowd to the dance floor.

Feeling Mel's hands slid around my waist and her body begin to move against mine drew my attention to the woman in front of me.

The dance floor was packed and even if I wanted space between us it was virtually impossible. So instead of fighting it and sulking over Lora dismissal, I decided I would enjoy this and looked into the intense honey eyes that watched me.

"There you are," Mel whispered as she moved in closer and placing her arms around my neck. Her fragrance enveloped me, and I couldn't help, but close my eyes and take in the sweet and alluring scent.

Suddenly surprised, I stood almost frozen when she turned around and pressed her nice firm ass into my crouch. I restrained a moan when she began to dip low across down my body.

My hands instinctively went to the small of her back, waist, and with the beat of the music, I began to slowly caress her curves.

It would be an understatement to say she knew how to dance. With every touch and every breath against my skin, she made our dance into something between sweet seduction and painful desire. I could feel my body warming up against hers and a low spark beginning to form in the pit of my stomach.

She pulled me in so close our bodies were pressed tightly against each other and leaving almost nothing to the imagination, yet I wanted to feel more. I wasn't sure if she realized but with each breath against my ear and the sensitive skin beneath it sent shivers down to my core.

"Amelia, you're so hot," she whispered as my body trembled against her.

I allowed my desires to take over and leaned down. Feeling my eyes flutter closed when our mouths connected almost instantly. The kiss was fiery and passionate as her hands roamed over my body.

Before we ended up giving the people around us a show I pulled back.

Reason was now slamming into me.

"I can't."

The look on her face was still filled with desire and confidence as she pulled me back into another heated kissed.

The kiss lasted only a few moments before she pulled away slightly.

"Don't worry. I talked to Lora and told her my intentions this afternoon. I don't want a fling, Amelia. I truly want to get to know you and I feel you might want the same?"

I was hesitant for a moment. If there could ever be anything between me and Lora she would have said something to Mel.

After seventeen years of wondering if Lora had any feelings for me outside our friendship this should be the answer, right?

"I do."

"Then let me take you on a date tomorrow?"

I smiled at the beautiful woman in front of me.

"That sounds great."


I couldn't understand the pain in my chest as I watched my best friend dance with another woman. It's not like I hadn't seen it before, but I could feel something was different this time.

I hadn't realized I was staring till I heard the huff of the redheaded waitress I was hitting on.

I turned in time to watch her storm off.

My fisted clenched when I turned back and now saw that they were kissing. I had to look away to calm myself.

"Seriously Lora," I said to myself as I moved my hand through my hair. "Get a grip."

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