”No, I don’t like that one either. I don’t like the color scheme nor the fonts used for it,” Kseniya droned monotonously, staring at the immense computer screen in front of her. She had her personal assistant on speaker phone in her office, going over the new summer brochures that she had wanted to get prepared. Kseniya didn’t want another delayed release like with the spring ones; that fiasco was something she continued to pass the blame on the assistant.
”I want something that says ‘elegance’ and ‘luxury’, not this god awful green scheme. It’s not even a tasteful green, darling. It’s like I’m almost paying you money to sit around and just throw things together at this point.” Kseniya shook her head with a roll of her grey eyes and a sassy click to indicate she was clicking towards the next design. She knew the assistant had more than likely lost sleep over this little endeavor and probably also wanted to strangle the boss in this moment as well.
Kseniya welcomed the gesture if they ever wanted to, knowing damn well that they never would. It was hard to stand up to an archdemon that also held your precious and fragile soul in her well-manicured pale hands. She smirked at the thought, wanting to give it a twist to show just how much of their boss she truly was; but refrained when she glanced down at the time.
Oh, it was almost time with to meet with her dear brother in sin, Matthias. He was so different than her wicked Loki, but brothers were often like that…only normal brothers probably didn’t fuck. Or maybe they did and just were more discreet about it? Kseniya let her mind ponder on that for a moment until she heard her assistant desperately trying to reign her attention back to the project at hand.
”Miss Kseniya? Boss? Did you hear me?” the assistant’s voice broke her out of her bored train of thought. The demon rolled her eyes once more, finding her new black and deep crimson color scheme on her computer more fascinating than the conversation that was trying to revive itself.
”I didn’t hear a word you said, but hold on one second,” Kseniya perked up when she saw the red light blinking on the phone, indicating the front desk was trying to alert her of something. She pressed the button with more enthusiasm than she had mere moments ago, listening to the announcement of Matthias from her lovely front desk attendant.
Kseniya would be lying if she said she wasn’t currently in the panties of most of her female employees; one of the reasons why she kept so many lovely to look at employees. Sexist? Maybe, but power to feminism for having mainly female employees right?
”Oh look at that, my appointment is here, I expect better layouts and color schemes and all that mundane tasks to be completed by our next conversations.” Kseniya quickly dismissed her assistant as the door opened to reveal the impeccably dressed Matthias; not even giving them a chance to respond before she hung up the line.
”Matthias~,” Kseniya purred, sitting up straighter in her chair and gestured for the man to actually take a seat. ”It’s been far too long since we’ve talked, let alone see each other, darling.”
She slid open the bottom drawer of her desk before pulling out two wine glasses and a bottle of one of her top shelf and most loved red wines, pouring two and setting one in front of her as a sort of peace offering on her terms. After all, she had called him for more than a social visit this time around and wanted to at least set a ‘friendly’ tone between them...for now.
”Always so straight to the point, but this is more than a mere social call to chat and catch up,” Kseniya started, taking a long sip of the glass of wine in front of her. ”I do have a business proposition for you to consider that I do believe will make us both more money.”