Baby Drama III

Release Date: June 28, 2024

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Marley

My entire life changed when I met a hot and sexy billionaire named Charlie Stone at the Chicago airport. I wasn’t prepared for the journey I was about to embark on when I found out I was pregnant, which resulted from one drunken night neither of us barely remembered.

I was an independent single woman and event planner, making it on my own in New York City with the help of my two best friends, Penelope and Olivia. Thanks to my parents, I didn’t believe in love, and having kids was not part of my life’s plan.

Charlie made it clear he wanted nothing to do with being a father. He couldn’t even commit to a relationship with a woman, let alone be a father. I semi-accepted it and wanted to forget Charlie ever existed until I found out our one-night drunk fest resulted in twins. There was no way I could raise twins on my own, so I didn’t give him a choice—he was going to take responsibility and be a father to the children his drunken little sperms created, whether he liked it or not.

The last thing I wanted was to fall in love with him. But it happened and freaked me out. We were two broken people who didn’t want kids, trying to prepare for what was to come: a whole lot of baby drama.

Charlie

Marley Monroe was beautiful, and I couldn’t resist her craziness. I should have because then I wouldn’t be in my predicament. After one drunken night together, she became pregnant—pregnant with twins.

I’d made a future for myself by starting Stone Game Ventures and becoming the billionaire I was—a happy bachelor, casually dating women with no strings or expectations. A commitment to someone was never my thing, and I ensured it would never happen.

Then Marley forced her way into my life and my penthouse. The next thing I knew, I was meeting her dysfunctional parents and having to play the happy role of the expectant father. Despite her craziness, our fears of having children, and our living situation, I couldn’t help but fall in love with her. She was the one woman in the world I let my guard down for, and my overprotective instincts kicked in. The fear of losing someone I loved held its power over me since my parents tragically passed away.

It wasn’t just Marley I fell in love with. It was also my two children she carried inside her, and I would stop at nothing to ensure they were always safe, whether Marley liked it or not.