Dealing with Trance-tory sales and distribution rep Megan, Daniel has never had such predictably constant frustration. Despite her looks, she is nothing less than a cruel demanding bitch.
It’s bad enough she has caused his fabric production factory workers headaches and long hours, but when Megan threatens to pull the contract of any future Trance-tory Tree Skirts after expensive alterations to their machines, Daniel has had enough.
She may have an attitude nobody wants to let linger, but something tells Daniel her body was made to be preserved… for one purpose or another.
The 12 Days of Krismas reminds you that good boys can certainly play with some dolls all they want.
Daniel has always done the right thing as the owner of a fabric manufacturing factory, even when bigger factories might put profits and production first. But this Christmas, the most bitchy demanding client they’ve ever had may just be pushing Daniel too far.
Having dealt with trouble clients before, this is one client Daniel knows they can’t afford to piss off, but everyone is feeling grinchy thanks to Trance-tory sales and distribution rep Megan. It’s a rare opportunity when a major global company like Trance-tory is going outside their own inner productions to allow a small-time factory produce a product for them, and Daniel knows this is a contract that would leave his workers safely employed and well-paid for a long time if it goes over well. Unfortunately production delays are pushing Megan well past being the bitchiest woman around.
Whether it makes things worse or not, Megan has certainly fooled everyone with how her looks don’t fit her attitude. She’s certainly easy on the eyes but not easy to deal with as the deadline looms for an order of ten-thousand Trance-tory Tree Skirts.
As she argues with Daniel over whose fault the delays were, Daniel rightly pointing out that the specialized Trance-tory material for the tree skirts required alterations to their existing fabric machines resulting in slowdowns they could not account for in advance, Megan makes a snap decision he wasn’t ready to hear. She is going to personally call and make sure Trance-tory does not renew the contract after this.
With the future of his factory and his already over-stressed workers on the line, Daniel decides to shut Megan up for good… using her own product.
The innovative Trance-tory Tree Skirts are specially treated to instantly preserve all trees they are placed around, keeping a live tree in effect petrified just as it is for countless times the days, weeks, perhaps even months a natural tree would last. But when a factory worker discovered rats exposed to the material, they were found to be frozen forever in a moment in time. And now Daniel may just make a last minute gift of intimate apparel made from the same material in order to once and for all deal with a much bigger and prettier rat.
Has Trance-tory just lost an employee and gained a doll? Will Daniel work through his issues with Megan and find better uses for her? Find out as the 12 Days of Krismas take you behind the scenes where one Trance-tory product is made.
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