An Ideal Marriage
When Gabbi married Benedict, it was the wedding of the decade, uniting two wealthy families.She played her role as perfect wife brilliantly. No one would have guessed her secret - that she lovedBenedict, but to him she was simply an accessory. Their marriage was all about business, sex and babies!As part of the marriage bargain Benedict expected Gabbi to provide him with a son. Gabbi refused - buther glamorous stepsister was eager to fulfil the role of wife and mother! Suddenly, Gabbi had to fight tosave her marriage.
GABBI stopped the car in the middle of a clogging in South Head Road, near the district of calledSydney Elizabeth Bay. Miro' their nervous clock and rythmically struck the fingers in the steering wheel.In one hour it had to shower, to wash the hair, to dry it and to comb it, to make up themselves,to get dressed and to receive to the guests to the supper. Lengthy remaining ten minutes in the middleof the traffic did not comprise of its plans. It watched his painted and neat hands: it had not had lunch togo to the manicure. It had taken an apple in average afternoon, which could not consider a suitablesubstitute of a food. The car of ahead began to move.It followed it, but when changing the traffic light had to return to step on the brake. To thatstep, it would cost two to him or three attempts to pass the intersection, it thought. It must havemarched before the office not to see itself affected by the hour of more traffic. But his cabezonería hadnot allowed it.Like she was the daughter of James Stanton, did not need to him to work. Their properties, anextensive portfolio of actions and an appreciable annual rent located it in the list of rich young womenof Sydney. In addition, she was the wife of Benedict Nicols, and its position of advisory assistant of direction of the Companies Stanton-Nicols was sight often as a nepotism sample.