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Authors: J A Fielding,Bwwm Romance Dot Com

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A Billionaire BWWM Romance 4: The Proposal

BOOK: A Billionaire BWWM Romance 4: The Proposal
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The
Proposal
His woman deserves a ring, and he's going to give
her one!

Part 4
in the Homes And Hearts series, each can be read as a stand alone
story but they're best when all read together. Other parts include:

  1. Home
    Is Where The Heart Is
    .

  2. Jealousy
    And Trust
    .

  3. My
    Man, My Family
    .

  4. The
    Proposal
    .

  5. The
    Other Man
    .

  6. The
    Wedding
    .

A
follow up to top 5 African American romance 'My Man, My Family'.
Can
be read as a stand alone story
.

Julie
Parker and billionaire Steven Davenport have been dating for a while
now. While there have been ups and downs, the two have remained a
strong couple and overcome all obstacle they've faced.

This
gets Steven thinking; is he ready to make her Mrs Julie Davenport? He
certainly is, and he's going to make a big deal out of it!

Join
Steven and he prepares to ask his Nubian queen the most important
question she's ever likely to hear. The tale of a couple who will do
anything for each other.

Brought
to you by respected BWWMRomance.com author J A Fielding; please only
read if you've over 18 and enjoy sizzling, passionate romance and sex
scenes.

Contents

Chapter
1

Chapter
2

Chapter
3

Chapter
4

Chapter
5

Chapter
6

Chapter
7

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Chapter 1

When
Julie got to work on Tuesday morning, she felt a little groggy. Given
a chance, she would have wanted to go back home. There was nothing
more appealing than a lazy day in bed especially on that particular
day. She walked into her office with her coffee in hand sniffing
every so often. She had barely sat down when Dana poked her head
through her door.


Morning,”
she greeted cheerfully. Julie looked up and grunted.


Morning,”
Julie replied. Dana smiled and walked into the office.


You
don’t look like you’re having a very good morning,”
Dana said as she walked towards Julie’s desk. Julie looked up
and pulled out a box of Kleenex from her bag before she pulled a
tissue. Dana frowned at her. “You are going back home,”
she demanded as she leaned back. Julie looked at her boss and shook
her head.


I
have two meetings today,” she said in a lazy groggy voice.


Well,
delegate that…better yet, let me do that for you. You need to
have some rest,” Dana said. Julie sneezed and then blew her
nose. “Scratch that, a lot of rest,” she added as she
looked at her. Julie lifted the cup to her lips, but she had barely
taken a sip when Dana pulled the cup away.


What?”
Julie asked as she looked at her.


You
know what? I’m taking you home,” she said helping Julie
to stand up. Julie looked at Dana and rolled her eyes.


It’s
just a flu,” she groaned.


I
know. I can’t risk the entire workforce just because you don’t
know when to take a break,” Dana said as she grabbed Julie’s
keys from the table. “Give me your phone,” she ordered.
The two were now making their way down the hallway to the elevator.
She handed her the phone.


I’m
fine babe. It’s just the flu,” Julie argued, hoping that
Steven had heard her. Dana gave her a judgmental look and put her
hand up, then went on scare mongering on Steven. Anyone who listened
to Dana would have thought Julie had cancer or even something more
serious. When they got to the parking lot, Julie looked at her boss.
“I can drive myself home.”


Are
you kidding me? You think I don’t know about the pill you
popped earlier?” Dana asked. Julie raised one eyebrow over the
other.


I
have no idea what you’re talking about,” she said
innocently. Dana smiled.


Everyone
knows about Marge’s magic flu pill. And we’ve all had
it,” she winked. Marge was the company secretary and probably
the oldest employee at the realty. She was always out to help and
when she saw Julie walking in sniffling a sneeze and blowing her nose
on a dozen Kleenex tissues, she had given her one of her flu
medication she always kept handy.


You
have?” Julie asked.


Girl,
you haven’t worked for me until you popped one of Marge’s
pills,” Dana said smiling. “And we all know how drowsy it
can make you. Matter of fact, I am guessing you are pretty darn
sleepy now.”


My
head does feel kind of heavy,” Julie admitted as she rubbed her
temples. “But I only took that pill like ten minutes ago,”
she added as she got in the passenger seat of the car.


I
know,” Dana said. “Sometimes I wonder if that stuff is
actually FDA approved,” she added. Julie wanted to smile but
she couldn’t.


Tell
me when we get home,” she yawned before she rested her head on
the seat. Dana smiled at her and started the car before she drove to
Julie’s place. Julie didn’t even realize when they got
home. She could somehow feel herself being helped into bed by two
people, two people she couldn’t really make out. What she
didn’t know was that Steven was already at her place by the
time she and Dana got there. When Julie was all tucked in, Steven and
Dana walked out of the bedroom to the living room.


All
she needs is some rest to sleep off Marge ‘magic’ pill,”
Dana explained as she sat down. Steven smiled and walked to the
kitchen. ‘


Coffee?”
he offered as he held up two mugs.


Sure,”
Dana said. “So, how is the business coming along?” she
asked. Steven smiled as he poured the coffee into two mugs and then
walked back into the living room.


Pretty
damn great, thanks to you,” he grinned as he handed her one
mug. “I mean, where did you ever find Julie? She has literally
been my golden goose,” he added as he sat down next to her.


Oh,
I know all about her golden eggs,” Dana replied smiling.
“Matter of fact, I have her and this other guy at the office
rocking waves in real estate. I am surprised they have never
considered moving to a bigger realty,” she added. Steven smiled
at her.


I
think she feels at home with you,” he confessed.


Well,
I like to think that I am a good enough boss,” she laughed.


She
wouldn’t even consider working with me so I guess you are doing
a great job so far,” Steven said with a smile. Dana looked at
him and raised an eyebrow.


Work
with you? Or work for you, mister?” she asked. Steven looked at
her and laughed.


I
wouldn’t feel right having her as a subordinate. Besides, she
is far too talented,” he said. “And I have a strong
policy against being a little more than friendly with my staff,”
he added with a smile. Dana looked at him and laughed.


Look
at you being so modest about everything,” she joked. “If
someone heard you, they would think that there is nothing more
between you and Julie except for the usual working thing,” she
said. Steven looked at her and smiled.


What
can I say? I try,” he teased. Dana smiled at him and then took
a sip before she leaned back against the couch.


So,
Steven. When are you planning on making an honest woman of Julie?”
Steven smiled and took a sip of his coffee.


Actually,
sooner than you think,” he told her. Dana’s eyes grew
wide.


Wait,
are you serious?” she asked in a whisper. Steven nodded and
smiled. “Holy shit!” Dana shrieked. Steven shook his head
and pressed his index finger to his lips.


Not
too loud. You’ll wake her up,” Steven whispered.


Oh
relax. That pill still has a few hours to do its damage,” Dana
said with a smile. “So, who else knows?” Steven shook his
head.


I’ve
been looking to have a sit down with Meg for a long time, but she has
been on quite the busy streak for the last few weeks. So I guess
right now, you are the only person who does know,” he said. He
rose an eyebrow at her. “I hope I can trust you to keep it
between us,” he said. Dana smiled and nodded.


Of
course. I wouldn’t ever dream of ruining your surprise,”
she promised. “But I have to admit, I am a little jealous.”


What
do you mean?” he asked.


Well,
I knew you first. And my employee has to bag the hot Brit on my
watch,” Dana said smiling.


Are
you trying to do an impression of some Kardashian?” Steven
asked.


Actually,
yeah. But I haven’t decided which one,” she joked. Steven
laughed.


Maybe
you and I were never really meant to be, my love. Your lover would
have gutted me with his bare hands,” he said in a theatrical
voice. Dana laughed and shook her head.


You
are crazy,” she giggled as she picked up her bag. “I need
to go back to the office. But when she wakes up, let her know I’ll
come by to check on her later,” she said standing up. Steven
looked at her and smiled.


Thanks
for calling me. I don’t understand why she likes pushing
herself so much,” he said.


That
is the one mystery we will never be able to solve,” she said as
she walked to the door. Steven smiled at her as he walked her to the
door. “Trust me. Don’t rack your brain too much. This one
time, she had a stomach bug but she had to close a deal,” she
started.


Don’t
tell me she still went to work,” Steven groaned.


I
think your girlfriend is the reason we have so many tissue rolls in
open houses,” Dana said as she walked out. Steven laughed and
closed the door before he walked back into the house. He walked to
the bedroom and then felt Julie’s forehead for a minute. A
smile formed on his lips when Julie stirred in bed a little. He bent
down and planted a kiss on her forehead before he walked out into the
living room and sat down thinking of his grand gesture proposal.

*****

When
Julie woke up, her head was still a little heavy. She turned her head
and looked at the clock on her night stand and gasped.


What
the hell?” she gasped as she jumped out of bed. She saw the
living room light on and she half ran, half waked there to find
Steven sleeping on the couch. The TV was still on. She touched his
cheek softly and his eyes fluttered open. “Hey there,”
she said. He smiled and pulled himself up to a sitting position.

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