That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date Chapter 755

That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date Chapter 755

Chapter 755 Josie Might Be Dead

Hearing Josie’s promise to be there for him in the future made all of Arnold’s doubts disappear. He pursed his lips together.

The next day, as the guards and maids changed shifts, Ruth took Josie through the small opening in the fence behind the villa. The young girl was delighted to be outside and started to jump excitedly, looking more like she was on her way to a vacation than making an escape.

Josie scanned their surroundings, afraid that Wayne would see them.

“Josie, don’t worry,” Ruth assured. “This is my little secret. No one else knows about this place.”

Josie held Ruth’s hands tightly. “What if your dad suspects you when I leave?”

“I’m only five this year. How could I possibly help you escape?” she answered innocently.

Josie suddenly felt a shiver run down her spine. It completely rocked her sense of normalcy that a child so young could have such devious thoughts.

Moses was already waiting by the door when she arrived. Josie walked through the tall bushes, and before she left, she reminded Ruth. “Make sure to stay safe on your way back!”

Out of the blue, Ruth said to her. “I like you. Will you be coming back? I’m sure you can’t, right?”

Josie froze. She wanted to respond but couldn’t give her the reply Ruth wanted, so she kept her thoughts to herself.

“Ruth, I’ll always remember you.”

As soon as she said that, she ran towards Moses. The staff members couldn’t contain their delight and overwhelming relief at the sight of her. “Mrs. Russell!”

Josie caught her breath before turning around and noticing that Ruth had already left.

“Let’s go!”

Josie struggled to wrap her head around the idea that she had finally escaped. She finally sighed in relief when she leaned back into the car seat as the car sped away from the villa.

“Jo, Mr. Russell still doesn’t know that you’ve escaped. Should I let him know?” Moses asked as he awaited. her instructions.

Closing her eyes, Josie had a pinched expression as she recalled everything that had happened; she wasn’t sure how to face Dexter. What should she say to him?

“You can inform him when I’m back at Wavery. There’s no need to bother him when he’s busy.”

Moses tried to continue the conversation, but he had no choice but to stop prying as Josie had already drifted off to sleep in the back seat, exhausted from the events before.

Their journey to the airport was smooth. No one tried to stop them, so they were moving efficiently. Wayne’s men must not be aware of what had happened yet.

The plane pierced through the thick, dark clouds.





It was the eighth document that Dexter had pushed away. “Do it again,” he demanded without any hint of

emotion in his voice.

The people around him stared at each other with a knowing yet fearful gaze. They were too scared to go. up against him. Eventually, their eyes all turned to Heather.

When everyone left, Heather poured a cup of coffee for Dexter, whose knuckles were white from clenching his fists. “It’s not yet summer. Why are you so easily angered?”

Dexter had a look of disdain masking his face. The news that Josie might be dead had sent him into a tailspin. He had been feeling anxious and uneasy since he couldn’t reach her.

He wanted to leave for Rividia right away. He was already at the airport when he was stopped by the people at the Russell Mansion. “Mr. Russell! You can’t leave now. Old Mr. Russell suddenly fainted and is at the hospital.”

Dexter felt conflicted by the situation. His fist clenched tightly around the boarding pass, but he turned and headed towards the hospital. Grandpa was in a critical state, and this could be his last chance to see him. He couldn’t leave the man who had raised him.

Heather had arrived at the hospital that day as well.

“Didn’t the doctor say that Grandpa’s condition would improve in no time? Don’t worry,” she said, trying to comfort his anxieties.

Dexter remained silent. He looked at his phone several times, but there were no updates.

Heather reached out to stop him from checking his phone. “If you’re worried, we can go see Grandpa now. He might have regained his consciousness by now.”

That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date

That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date

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Status: Ongoing Author: Artist: , Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Title: That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date – is a touching and poignant novel by Aurora Summers that explores the themes of love, loss, and healing. Noveljt is an American USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of new adult, gay and lesbian, fantasy romance and contemporary romance novels.. She writes moving, character-driven romantic tales where art and love entwine to heal, and love always triumphs. If you’re a reader who enjoys pensive and pragmatic stories with a wide range of characters and kind-hearted heroes, then you’ll certainly enjoy her novels.

Synopsis : Introductions:  That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date

On the day of the blind date, the man turned out to be fat, short, and greasy! What could she do but run? Josie Warren was about to escape when the man at the next table stopped her. Why was this man so familiar? He... he was her immediate superior, Dexter Russell, a rich tycoon worth millions! What he said next surprised her immensely. "Josie, what about marrying me?" Marriage? Had Dexter been crushing on her for years? Did he set up this blind date to accidentally bump into her? Only highly skilled hunters would appear like prey. So why not! He had the looks and the money, after all. Josie acted on it instead of thinking about it. "Sure! Let's get married! I will do as you wish and marry into the world of the rich and powerful!"

The attraction of the novel: That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date

Chapter 1 Blind Date

Josie Warren's mother arranged a blind date for her in a high-class tea house in Wavery. However, after waiting for half an hour, the other party had yet to show up. A sulky look flashed through her delicate face. Around ten minutes later, a man in a gray suit approached her slowly. "Hi, is this Ms. Warren?" "... I am." Josie gazed at the stout man in front of her and was disappointed. Is he the so-called 'handsome' man my mom described? "I'm Jack Lowry." The man pulled the chair out and sat down across from her. After sizing Josie up, he put on a wide grin as he was satisfied with Josie. "I've heard of your situation. I don't have high requirements for my wife. After we get married, you can focus on being a housewife. I'll be responsible for all living costs. I have two children. Please take good care of them. Besides, my parents…" "Please stop for a second, Mr. Lowry." Josie interrupted him and inhaled deeply. "I'm sorry. I don't think we're suitable for each other." Jack's expression changed at once when he heard that. "Ms. Warren, I'm a business owner. You should be grateful to be able to marry me…" Jack babbled away. "I'm sorry, Mr. Lowry. I've made myself clear – we're not suitable for each other." Jack seemed to be as old as Josie's father! "You'll regret this!" After saying that, Jack stopped bickering with Josie and walked away directly. Sitting on the chair, Josie rubbed her temple. I shouldn't have believed my mom. Since she had applied for a half-day leave, she didn't leave immediately. Instead, she stayed in her seat to… watch a show. There was a blind date going on at the next table too. Unlike Jack, the man seated on the chair wore a black suit. His handsome face was flawless, and he emanated an elegant aura from the inside out. The woman sitting across from him stared at him in infatuation. "Mr. Russell, let's hold our wedding ceremony in Ireland. What do you think? We can invite a lot of guests…" With his eyes downcast, the man blurted coldly. "I'm sorry. I'm not satisfied with you. You may leave now." The woman's smile stiffened. "Mr. Russell, this is our first encounter, so we don't have to rush into marriage. You can spend some time getting to know me. I'm a very nice person…" Dexter Russell lifted his eyes and uttered insouciantly, "I don't fancy a woman whose face is full of fillers." Josie almost spat the tea out when she heard that. What a brilliant excuse! After the women stomped away in anger, Josie took up her handbag as the show was over. Just as she was about to sneak out of the teahouse, a magnetic voice came forth. "Josie Warren." With her body stiffened, Josie turned around and greeted the man with a professional smile. "Hi, Mr. Warren." Dexter looked at her and asked, "Are you happy with the show?" "Not…" Realizing that she was giving herself away, Josie quickly changed her answer. "I'm not watching any show." "Sit down." Dexter ordered. Josie had no choice but to sit down across from him reluctantly. She lifted her eyes and carefully glanced at the man who had extraordinary elegance. Dexter was the president of Russell Group, the biggest conglomerate in Wavery. Despite being at the age of twenty-six, his net worth had exceeded ten billion. On the other hand, Josie was an ordinary white-collar in Wavery. She worked as a designer at Russell Group. There were thousands of employees in Russell Group. Under a normal situation, Dexter would not have a chance to meet her. However, when Dexter visited the departments after he took over the corporation three years ago, he walked up to Josie among all the other designers and asked for her name. Josie answered in a stutter. Although Josie had an ordinary identity, her appearance was extraordinary and stood out among the other designers who had common looks. Even within the entire Russell Group, Josie's beauty was outstanding. At that time, many in the design department thought Dexter had a thing for her, but Josie thought it was impossible. True enough, in the last three years, despite being in the same company, she had never crossed paths with the great president. In fact, she rarely saw him. Josie caught sight of Dexter out of the corner of her eyes, but she didn't dare to walk up to greet him. She thought Dexter had forgotten about her because she was an ordinary employee, so she sat at the side and watched the show light-heartedly, but little did she expect that… "Mr. Russell, if there's nothing else…" Josie wanted to break the silence and leave, but as soon as she spoke up, Dexter stared at her with his deep-set eyes and asked, "You're looking for a partner to get married with?"

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author I’m a lover of all things romance – novels, poetry, flowers and chocolate (Snickers and chocolate covered peanuts are my favorite). I also love visiting romantic destinations – the sunny beaches of the Caribbean and romantic European cities including London and Paris. My idea of heaven – a comfy lawn chair on the beach in the shade of a palm tree, with a sizzling romance novel and a pina colada. When I’m not writing I’m studying Psychology. I find the field of study fascinating. My book That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date (right next to tons of romance novels). Reading is my life!

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