Milllionaire Dad, Nanny Needed!

By: Susan Meier



He chuckled. “I love you.”

“Forever?”

“Forever…and with all the accompanying mushiness. Watching one of the CDs you made for Joshua caused me to see that I felt about you the way Peter felt about Marsha, but I hadn’t said it very well. Because I was totally out of my element. Facing something I not only never thought I’d face, but something I didn’t think I wanted. I honestly didn’t believe I was the kind of guy to marry anybody. But I want to marry you and it scares me.”

She laughed.

“I think you’re the most beautiful, most wonderful, most maddening person in the world. But that last part is what I know will keep us from getting bored.”

She laughed.

“So do you want to tell the friends who are listening at the door that they have another wedding to plan?”

“Yes and no.”

“Yes and no?”

“The last wedding I had sort of left me with a bad taste in my mouth for standing at the back of a church in a wedding gown.” She sucked in a breath. “I’d like to go to a justice of the peace and then take off for somewhere tropical.”

“You just were someplace tropical.”

“And I sat around thinking of you the whole time. So now it would be nice to actually be there with you.”

“After three months of being overwhelmed with work, two weeks on an island sounds like heaven.”

“You’re the boss.”

He laughed. “Nah. No bosses here. I like us better as a team.”

She smiled. “So do I.”

Then he kissed her, long and deep, connecting their lives, entwining their destinies. He didn’t have to say the words. She didn’t need to hear them. His kiss and the way her body responded to it said it all.


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