Amelia Bradford was never the one to be struct with the jitters, but yet here she was, sitting at her vanity admiring her reflection. She changed her lipstick three times already and her lips were beginning to hurt, why she decided to go for a matte look was beyond her. The body hugging black dress she's wearing was after the fifth trip to her closet. The only thing that stayed the same was her black Loubotin's. Breathing in deeply for three counts she closed her eyes, practicing her yoga mediation that she learned years back in her early twenties. Whooo, Amelia breathed out for three counts.
"No need to be nervous Amelia, you spoke in front of way more people than this." She tried to comfort herself to no avail. You did that because it was business, she thought to herself. This is something totally different. She breathed in once more before getting up from her seat. Her skirt trailed behind her as she made her way to the large arch windows. From this view point she could see the limo pulling in with her guests for the next two weeks. Amelia felt like she was going to be sick. This feeling was so abnormal for her, she never felt this nervous before in her entire life. For what? They were just people. She had nothing to fear of; in fact the should fear her. She was the predator and they were her prey...well besides two. No those two will not be harm.
"The body is getting to you Amelia, don't mess this up," She chastised herself, walking away from the window. Three days ago her personal gardener, Tyler Davis, discovered the remains of male whom appeared to be there for at least a week. That really disturbed her, it wasn't her body, no one had access to her home...well that's what she thought before. The last two days were busy, she hired a group of men to go through her home, including the gardens, to make sure no one was hiding. Everything was cleat, but that didn't help anything, Amelia was still concerned about the body.
Shaking her head, causing her blond curls to block her vision, she made her way out of her room. It was time to great her guests.