The Billionaire's Virgin Secretary #1: Secrets(2)

By: J. S. Starr



She had been training to be a ballet dancer when they first met. He had been completely mesmerized with her and had to have her to himself. Jordan wanted her to give up her dancing and work for his company. She did it willingly, because she loved him and had the promise of living in considerable wealth after that. He made good on his promise and she lived a luxurious life. She hadn’t minded being his secretary because she enjoyed being near him, she had given up her own career aspects to be by his side after all.

They were seated at their table chatting away for the past two hours. They were on their second bottle of wine and he couldn’t remember a time where he felt more at peace with life. This was the last night of their vacation and they would return home tomorrow to the crazy life they led and hopefully begin anew to bigger projects, especially for Megan. He couldn’t wait any longer to give her his surprise.

“Darling, I have a surprise for you.”

She smiled, literally glowed before him. “It’s not that Cartier bracelet I was looking at today is it?”

He chuckled, “No, but I now feel like I should have started with that first.”

“Don’t be silly Jordan, I don’t have to have a beautiful glittering bracelet.” she giggled.

The truth of the matter is he knew that she fully expected Jordan to have already obtained the bracelet. He was clearly behind on such things. He would have to make a note to have one of his people pick it up tomorrow before they left. He loved his wife, but she had no idea what it was like to not have money. Even at the beginning when they first started dating, Jordan spoiled her with things he really couldn’t afford at the time. But since he had plucked her out of the life of a ballet dancer and made her his secretary, he always felt like he owed her such things.

“I’ve decided to promote you Megan because you sure as hell deserve it by now.”

“Promote me, why Jordan? I love working with you.”

“As do I. But you are far too brilliant to stay my secretary. I need someone to entertain the clients when they arrive in town and with your beauty it’s the perfect position for you. You will even have the option to do some travelling which is something you wanted to do more of. You don’t need to be at your desk anymore sweetheart, I can get anyone to be my secretary, I want something bigger for you.”

“She grinned, “Jordan are you sure? I’m perfectly happy staying by your side. I do have the most handsome boss ever after all.”

“Megan, it’s already done. You start your new job as soon as we return and I have interviews first thing for the secretary position.”

“Oh, I could have handled that before I began the new position.”

“No, it will ease me into my day. I have everything taken care of.”

She clapped her hands excitedly and he knew he had done the right thing. He was right that she would work well with clients. She knew what clients expected, and she would have no problem arranging things and keeping them happy.

“Now let’s celebrate!” Jordan exclaimed.

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Chapter 3



Julie raced up the stairs of the Franklyn Building. She was late; it was raining, and today could not have gone any worse. She missed the train that was supposed to bring her here 30 minutes ago. She was almost there too before it started to rain. Rain, if you can believe it? Was God cursing her or what? Was it really necessary for it to rain today of all days? She considered turning back as she imagined she looked a wreck, but she needed this job more than anything. Jobs like this do not come around every day. It was a great position working for an important CEO, and this was the kind of job that moved you forward and got you places. Julie really needed to get somewhere in life. She was sick of her boring life. She was the stereotype of a poor girl being raised by another poor woman.

She was from the country and she currently waitressed in a little diner close to her home. In was a hole in the wall that serviced truckers and the few people who lived close to it. She made basically nothing in tips, mainly because it wasn’t usually busy. She was tired of that life and she wanted more than anything to not end up like her mother. Her mother worked herself to death to get nowhere in life. She was poor she would always be poor. And because of that she was miserable, and nagged on Julie to get a better life. She loved her mother very much, and had to do something to help her. Her father had left them when Julie was three years old, and ran away with a waitress from the very diner that Julie worked at now. She had never seen him since and she knew it had completely broken her mother’s spirit. The pain was so much that her mother had never dated anyone after her father. She had often wondered if he mother was lonely or if she even remembered what it was like having someone around. She focused solely on providing for Julie and she couldn’t have been more grateful.

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