"Hey Mr Norman." One of the representatives of a really great company in Fort Myers, walked to me, smiling broadly like he just won a lottery. His bright eyes glowered in his wrinkled dark skin, making him seem so appealing.
I tried to return his smile, as I walked towards him before he reached me. "Hi Mr Balogun." I greeted him.
"It's really nice to see you again." He stretched his hands for a handshake, still keeping his smile.
I accepted his friendly handshake. "Same here. How have you been?"
"I've been doing so great." He replied enthusiastically in his luring African intonation. "It's just that I've been quite busy in my country, Nigeria. I haven't had time to work here in the states."
"Oh. I get you." I nodded my head in acceptance. "And thanks for your great proposal in the meeting."
"You're highly welcome." He grinned, and raised his hands
I stared at her in confusion. She was only hardening my pain. What was she asking? Was she trying to joke around or something?"What's going on, Mr?" She questioned sharply, tapping my hands from her arms.I furrowed my brows in a great deal of puzzlement, and held her arms again."Can't you speak?" She caught me out of my thoughts. "You first came into the ladies restroom, and now you're calling me Mia. What's with you?""What's wrong with you Mia? Are you…" I tried to speak again."Hey." She retorted, jerking from my hold, and raising a finger to point it in my face. "Don't try to act smart dude. I know what you guys do. You come to poor ladies like us, and try to hook up with us for a night.""Hook up? What's wrong with you Mia?""I should be asking you that. Mister." She attacked my words immediately. "And yeah, who
Waiting for an answer from her, I stared and did nothing. I wondered what she was planning to say. There was no excuse she could sputter anymore. Her lie was definitely the most stupid thing I had ever heard from anyone.While I searched for some things about her, I saw my picture, my mom's, and our wedding pictures. I seriously couldn't explain how she had them with her, but all I knew was that I was so glad I found it.A tear dropped from one of her eyes, making her to suddenly avert from our stare. I wish I could feel how hurt she was. Her husband literally sent her out of her home because he couldn't believe her. I was indeed a foolish guy.She sniffed, and rubbed her palm against her tearing eyes, still not looking at me. "What do you want?" She asked calmly, concentrating on the window as if I wasn't there.Her weak voice weakened me as well. I became so rueful and sorrowful,
"Common Ace." I pouted like a child as I sat beside him on the bed, and tucked my arms across my chest, frowning slightly at him.He rolled on the bed lazily, and rubbed his hands against his sleepy eyes. "Mia…" He called amidst a soft yawn. "I'm so tired. Let me sleep for one more hour.""You want to sleep right?" I cried, and shifted to the corner of the bed. "Fine. I'll leave you here."I was about to stand up when he held my hands and pulled me back to him, causing me to gasp and fall on his chest."Where are you going kitten?" He teased, forming a smile by the corner of his attractive lips.I continued to frown, and averted from staring into his eyes. "I told you to get up, and you're ignoring me." I complained.He raised his left hand to my face, and turned my jaw to look at him again. "I'm so sorry my princess. I've been
ACE"Daya and Ace." A voice called from behind.I twirled to face who it was, and turned back to wink at Daya. She smiled like she was shy, and her cheeks turned tomato red."Stop that Ace." She blushed, and gently hit against my arm. "You're making me feel weird."I smiled stylishly at her, and stood up from sitting beside her. "I'll be leaving now." I informed her, and winked again."Good." She said, remaining in her sitting posture.I bent a little, and dropped a kiss on her cheek. "Bye dear. See you anytime soon.""Bye." She grinned back at me."Good luck on your date." I added silently, still bending to her ear."Thank you." She replied in a whisper.I turned to the door, and smiled at the young adult my seventeen years
Woohoo! I'm done with this book. I'm so glad about it. Thanks to God! Also, I sincerely want to appreciate everyone who read this book. You really helped me in my journey. To those who read and supported it, thank you so much! And to those who read and didn't support it, thank you as well! You at least gave my book a chance😊☺️: Thanks to you all! This book took me almost two months to write, and I'm glad I've finally completed it. And yes, I'll be starting a new book really soon, titled; Billionaire's Surrogate. If you liked this book, you can read the next one too. But if you don't feel like it, I'm not forcing you to. Your choice is very important. 😊😁 So, that's the wrap. It's completed. Thanks to God again, and thanks to y'all. Also, regarding the slow updates that some readers complained of dur