The Crash: Chapter Two
Last week I posted the first chapter of Jason's story. Since the story was inspired by Dickens' A Christmas Carol , and I'm posting it in a serialised form, I'll introduce this week's instalment with a summary of the previous chapter in my best attempt at a Dickensian style. Chapter One: In which the tyrannical Jason Jackson-Jones finds himself losing both a Personal Assistant and an Engineering Manager, and is reliant upon the dubious skills of his pretty receptionist to replace them. And now for Chapter Two... Gaby was reading the paper when the call came. She hardly hesitated before agreeing. This company, Triple J Auto Parts, sounded like a challenge, and Gaby was never one to shrink from a challenge. In a few minutes, she'd put on her trusty black suit, popped the essentials in her leather shoulder satchel, squeezed her feet into the high-heeled pumps she reserved for 'first impressions' moments, and headed out of the door. It didn'