It'd been almost a week now since her interview and now Lilah was busy getting her new corner office set up just how she wanted it. The entire decorating process itself took about five days in total. The whole idea of not working for an evil company was still something that Lilah was slowly getting used to. In order to deal with all the changes in her life, Lilah did what she always did when thinking about how her life had turned out, she threw herself full tilt into her work. She'd been at Klein and Gabler for almost a full week and she had yet to actually talk to anyone, except when it came to hiring an assistant. She'd seen a few of her new co-workers in the halls, but she never said a word.
Today though she had locked herself in her office and was going over all the new case files that had been placed on her desk. Trying to drown herself in her work was the one thing besides the alcohol, which was keeping her from doing very stupid things such as calling Wesley up in the early hours of the morning. Drowning in her work was helping Lilah make it through, but others in the office had started to notice that their newest asset rarely went home before two in the morning, and she had very little in the way of personal things on her desk or in her office period. It was also clear that Lilah didn't do small talk or divulge a thing about her personal life.