Alexia's voice fairly exploded out of the tiny device. "What did that horrid old beggar say to you?"
"To watch out for you."
"And what's that skinny little broad demanding?"
Robin did not like his friend's tone and he lowered his own voice. "She wants a set of movie posters and the toaster."
"A set? That's insane! Absolutely not!"
"She knows you want this poster, and is driving a hard bargain."
Alexia bit back an oath. "Then just forget it. I'm not giving her three posters to get one."
Robin murmured, "Don't you have any low-value ones we could pass off as valuable?"
Kylie's eyebrows arched in bemused dismay at his suggestion as Alexia clucked, "That might work. Let me think."
"Give me a little time here to work on her," Robin said, and then rang off.
As if on cue, Kylie's phone chirped and she gave Robin a knowing grin as she answered.
"I know you're all lovey-dovey with Robin now," Ross's voice said harshly. "So what's the deal—or have you forgotten about that?"
"The deal is front and center," she answered grimly. "He'll give you the T-20, but he wants the poster and another toaster—not as good as the T-20, but a good one."
"Right. No way in Zeus's great Heaven am I giving up a Toast-o-Master and the poster. You're caving in, aren't