“FOR CRYING out loud, are you even listening to me, Matthew?”
Matthew grunted. Sadly, he was. He’d been listening to his cousin Bryce rant for the last hour and a half. How many times were they going to argue over this?
“You’re as stubborn as your old man.”
“I’m going to take that as a compliment.” Did Bryce see the irony in his statement? If anyone was being stubborn, it was him. Matthew had lost count of how many of Bryce’s proposals he’d shot down. It was becoming a common occurrence. Bryce insisted on bringing him proposals from companies Matthew wouldn’t trust to look after his pet rock, much less his clients or the reputation of his company.
“Well, it wasn’t meant as one,” Bryce grumbled.
“Jesus, Bryce, will you give it a rest? It’s a simple word. I’m not sure how else I can say…