Contracted: Corporate Wife

Romance Contracted: Corporate Wife

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Contracted: Corporate Wife

She thought she could handle a marriage with her boss, but maybe she was wrong!

Louisa is a skilled secretary and a single mother raising two children. Her boss, Patrick, is an inveterate playboy, from whom women constantly seek marriage. One night a drunk Louisa suggests the two should get married! After all, a cool and composed person like Louisa could handle marrying her boss—especially since it would secure her children’s futures! Despite being shocked by her suggestion, Patrick’s reply is a yes! But his heartless proposal leaves Louisa cold…

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Preview 30 Pages
Available until : Jun. 30th 2020(Monthly course($79.99)

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romance felt slow 3  3

The romance was there but it felt slow with all that was happening. The hero and heroine are employee/boss. The heroine knows a lot about the hero but he knows next to nothing about her. It only takes dinner and a full bottle of champagne for the hero to learn the heroine is a divorced single mother of two. The hero opens up about how he’s tired of his girlfriends constantly pushing him into marriage and kids. Strangely, the man does want marriage but only one of convenience. His words plus the alcohol push the heroine state he should marry her. She lists the positives of being married to her and how she won’t get in his dating life. The hero doesn’t press upon the matter until after they head back to work. He asks if her offer is still on the table, which she says it isn’t. Then she talks with her kids about how tight money since her ex-husband doesn’t even pay child support. The woman won’t even sue him for it but it causes her to realize how good the hero’s offer is and financially speaking, she should take it. She does even though her mind holds doubts on the future. Even her kids realize why she’s marrying the hero in the first place. The two have a wedding and begin a married life where the hero gets involved with the dynamics of parenting and finds himself unable to pursue women because he can’t stop thinking about the heroine. The heroine figures out she’s in love with the hero after her aunt’s death but believes he’s still sticking to his old values about dating outside of marriage. The hero finally gets the courage to tell the heroine he wants a real marriage because he loves her. He asks her to marry him again; she replies yes and throws herself into his arms.

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