“My mother is going to be tougher to work for than Penn ever was, and you know it.”
“Right. But she’d have to be in the office for that, and lately, she hasn’t been.”
“What are you talking about?”
It wasn’t until he looked at me with genuine confusion that I remembered he didn’t know his mother was dating, and that I promised Esme I wouldn’t tell him.
Fucking pregnancy brain.
I folded my hands across my stomach and closed my eyes. As far as I knew, Esme and Liam were still hot, heavy, and very much in hiding. Though I respected her decision not to tell Edward their relationship just yet, I’d yet to lie in the interest of keeping her secret. Then again, it wasn’t her fault pregnancy had rendered my internal filter as useless as it had my collection of size 34B bras, and I’d given her my word. Unfortunately, I also remembered saying something about forsaking all others in my wedding vows.
“Your mother’s been seeing someone.”