All She Ever Wanted Was To Be A Boss' Wife

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Who says love always come when you least expect it?
Life had never been easy for Asha especially being raised by a drug addict. If it wasn't for her grandmother she wouldn't know the ups from the downs. When her grandmother passes she’s left to figure things out on her own and she’s actually managed with doing a great job at it, but, Asha felt that something has always been missing since her grandmother passed which was real love. On a warm spring night when she’s working she runs into the infamous, Budah. He’s smooth, cocky and hella’ sexy. She tried on many occasions to brush him off because she isn't like the other thirsty and easy chicks that he’s used to. However, his smoothness and the ability to bless her life wins her over. Although he has a hard exterior his interior is soft as a Teddy bear which pulls Asha in even more.
Budah is at the top of the chain when it comes to being the biggest boss in the city. If you ever have an issue or need something to be taken care of he is the man to see. He never had a woman that has made him want to be a better man and test him the way that no one has ever done until Asha comes in his life. That is what he always wanted out of a woman and he feels as though he’s lucked up. Will Asha cave with the revolving door of drama from chicks or will she stand in the paint by her man like a bosses wife should?

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