Nowhere on the page did Sloan see any indication that Michael Lassiter was a woman.Not that that fact mattered per se, but Sloan liked to have as much background as possible when she was interviewing a prospective client.He handled the details behind the scenes and occasionally assisted her with larger projects on site.He was an able technician himself and they didn't need a large staff. Sloan." The unexpectedly low melodious voice, the piecing deep-violet eyes, the strong clear planes of her striking face startled Michael for a second. She stood, automatically smoothing the slight creases in her navy silk skirt. Sloan." "Just 'Sloan'," Sloan replied with a devil-may-care grin, deep dimples and all, that had melted many a heart.
Her client had chosen a leather swivel armchair facing Sloan's desk.Sloan noted that the company name was Lassiter and Lassiter.In the notation box Jason had typed 'CEO, Michael Lassiter'.Sloan glanced at the open file folder that Jason had placed on her desk earlier that morning.It contained the data intake sheet for new clients - basic information such as name, company address, reason for initial interview, and a box for notations at the bottom of the first page where any unusual or particularly salient information could be added.