My fingers flew over the keyboard, creating entire worlds with complex code. Matthew looked over my shoulder, eyes flicking rapidly, as he, too, saw the scenarios.
"I can't believe Sasha gave you this cherry assignment."
shrugged, not bothering to look him in the eye. Or, more accurately,
not daring. His blond hair fell over one eye, and no amount of
finger-raking would ever keep it in place. Didn’t stop him, though. He
leaned closer, giving me a whiff of bergamot, amber, and something sharp
I couldn’t identify. The mixture was an intoxicating addition to an
already irresistible package… Yeah, not thinking about the package at
all. Code. That was what I needed. More and more code.
“Hold on,” he said. His voice vibrated, setting of a series of shivers I prayed he didn’t notice.
My hands stilled. “Did I screw up?”
“No, not exactly. In fact, I think you just did something brilliant.”
My heart beat faster. Matthew did not praise lightly.
“Jax, come look at this.”
“Working!” Jax snarled. He was ever so pretty, but a complete troll.
“Yeah, well, stop for a second. You need to see what Mickey’s done.”
With heavy sigh, Jax rolled his chair next to mine. For a fraction of a second, his eyes widened. “Okay, I’ve seen. No big.”
chuckled. “You’re just jealous. That, right there? That’s bank.”
Without warning, he kissed me on the cheek. “I’m off to tell Sasha her
wonder girl just changed the face of gaming.”