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Babysitting The Billionaire kids

Babysitting The Billionaire kids

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“Now that we know each other we can talk.” He leaned against the car and folded his arms across his chest. His face grew serious. “I’m in a dilemma, Ms. Rose and I wonder if you can help me?” Rose frowned. What in the world could she do to help a man like him? He was obviously a powerful, wealthy man and she was nothing but a hotel maid. “I’m a busy man,” he said, deftly buttoning his cuffs as he spoke, never once taking his eyes off her, “but I suddenly found myself in a difficult situation. I’ve got my business to run and now I’ve got two, five year old kids. I need the services of a nanny.” Rose could only stare at Luke Madison convinced that the man had gone mad. He didn’t know a thing about her. What was he thinking? “I know this sounds crazy,” he said, giving her a smile that told her he’d seen the confusion on her face. “But I seriously need a nanny, companion, and helper. Whatever you call it. I already have a housekeeper but she’s got her hands full and I don’t think she’s up to the challenge of one kid talkless of two. Moreover, Mrs. Smith is almost sixty.” “But what about the agencies? They can help you find lots of people who would be happy to take care of a child.” “I went that route already. Hated it.” He grunted as if in disgust. “They sent me young, old, fat, thin. The kids hated all of them. They are really picky, those little ones.” “And you think…they’d like me?” Rose asked him. He chuckled. “I’m sure of it. From the second I laid eyes on you I knew you were the girl for them.” **** And just like that, Rose found herself babysitting the billionaire kids.

Chapter 1 the proposal

Rose was pushing the housekeeping cart along the carpeted hall while humming a love tune. It looks like today is one of her better days.

Perhaps today was a nice day, she told herself.

At the entrance to the presidential room, she paused. It was the hotel's largest suite. She was curious about the nightly rate. Well, there's no need to worry about it right now. She needed to make a good impression on her superiors, as she would be cleaning additional suites in the coming hours. She had spent the last two summers working in low-paying, high-hourly-rate hotels. She had gotten a summer job at one of the most prestigious hotels on San Francisco's bustling Market Street. Compared to her old salary, her new one would be about 50% higher.

Both she and her best friend Janet are employees here.

Mr. Gray, their friendly neighbor, is a guard at this facility. He was able to say a few encouraging things to the boss on their behalf, and as a result, they were given jobs.

Rose and her friend Janet, will always be indebted to Mr. Gray for giving them this chance. The savings they'll have amassed by summer's conclusion will go a long way toward covering their educational expenses.

When Rose knocks, the door opens suddenly, and she slams against the wall behind it. Only it wasn't a wall at all; it was a man. Rose raised her head and saw the man. She stopped what she was doing and gazed at the man who had interrupted her suddenly. No living being deserved to look as good as he did. He is the typical height, and his dark brown hair is cut short enough to run your fingers over it. His sculpted features look like they were cut from marble, and the pricey suit looks like it was made for his physique. That would have been enough to make you swoon, but he also had emerald green eyes that could melt your very soul.

Her lips were forming the shapes of words, but nothing came out. It didn't appear that he was affected in the same way.

The deepness of his voice, when he remarked, "You should watch where you're going," caused her heart to miss a beat.

Rose's head was bobbing, and she nodded quickly to show agreement. The response was, "Yes, yes!" Rose apologize very much. Rose continued babbling, obviously embarrassed by her accidental collision with the man. He must be a really special guest to be able to stay in the presidential suite. Her job is at a certain risk  if he informs the Manager about her.

The man advised, "Be more careful, please," and then he left the room.

It's a miracle! He seems to have not considered reporting her. It would appear that he has already left. Rose entered the room with the hope that her trip would be fantastic.

Rose entered the plush suite to begin tidying up when she stumbled upon the wallet. Surely, he left it behind when he walked out.

Rose had hoped the man would return, but after taking a look around she realized he had already left.

Rose grabbed up the wallet and bolted out of the room without a second thought. She really hopes she can track him down before he goes.

She stepped inside the elevator and hit the button marked "Ground" with impatience.

When the elevator stopped at street level, Rose jumped out as quickly as she could. The man had vanished from her line of sight.

“Marcy, I need to know if you saw the man who left  the president's bedroom. Rose questioned her.

“He left the hotel just now. Why? Is there a problem?" When Marcy asked, Rose simply ignored her and left the hotel without answering.

Fortunately, Rose caught the man's retreat as he was getting into a car.

Sorry to interrupt! Hey!" To catch his attention, Rose yelled at him. The man swiveled around to stare at her in confusion. Rose made a gesture with the wallet, and he understood what I was getting at.

As she approached him, she took his wallet and gave it to him.

"I really appreciate it. I didn't even realize I'd forgotten it. A grin spread across the man's face as he uttered it.

I am  glad to have helped.

Rose noticed the guy taking out cash from his wallet. What he was going to do made sense to me.

“Just relax, sir!" You don't have to do that. I was simply performing my duties”. Rose let him go because he tipped me. She certainly didn't anticipate his assumption that her motivation was some sort of payoff.

The man gave Rose a perplexed glance before stuffing the cash back into his wallet.

His introduction was, "My name is Luke Madison," and he produced a business card. He extended a hand and gave it to her.

The question "And you are?"

"Rose Rolando."

“Pleased to meet you, Ms. Rolando.” he said with a smile then cocked an eyebrow.

He gave her a quick bow of the head and looked impressed. “Now that we know each other we can talk.” He leaned against the car and folded his arms across his chest. His face grew serious. “I’m in a dilemma, Ms. Rose and I wonder if you can help me?”

Rose frowned. What in the world could she do to help a man like him? He was obviously a powerful, wealthy man and she was nothing but a hotel maid. “I’m a busy man,” he said, deftly buttoning his cuffs as he spoke, never once taking his eyes off her, “but I suddenly found myself in a difficult situation. I’ve got my business to run and now I’ve got two, five year old kids. I need the services of a nanny.”

Rose could only stare at Luke Madison convinced that the man had gone mad. He didn’t know a thing about her. What was he thinking?

“I know this sounds crazy,” he said, giving her a smile that told her he’d seen the confusion on her face.

“But I seriously need a nanny, companion, and helper. Whatever you call it. I already have a housekeeper but she’s got her hands full and I don’t think she’s up to the challenge of one kid talkless of two. Moreover, Mrs. Smith is almost sixty.”

“But what about the agencies? They can help you find lots of people who would be happy to take care of a child.”

“I went that route already. Hated it.” He grunted as if in disgust. “They sent me young, old, fat, thin. The kids hated all of them. They’s really picky, those little ones.”

“And you think…they’d like me?” Rose asked him.

He chuckled. “I’m sure of it. From the second I laid eyes on you I knew you were the girl for them.”

The second he laid eyes on her? How could he form an opinion that fast? Rose shook her head. “I don’t understand.”

He laughed then stood up and walked over to the window. He looked down at the street below then turned to look at her. “As funny as it sounds when my eyes met yours something clicked. You have a freshness about you that I think will appeal to them. And you look like a girl who isn’t afraid to have fun.”

Now what did he mean by that? Rose frowned and rose to her feet. “I’m sorry, Mr. Madison, I don't think that would be a good idea. I’ve got a good job here and-”

He laughed. “Working at what? Minimum wage? I could give you many times that without blinking.”

Rose sucked in her breath. The nerve of him. “Money isn’t everything. I don’t know you. How can I leave my job to go to a man I don’t know?”

“Is that all?” He waved his hand dismissively. “I’ve got great references, starting with the man who owns this hotel. He’s one of my clients. And you can also ask the Manager. She knows me well.”

The smile disappeared as quickly as it had come. He glanced at the heavy gold watch on his wrist then back at her. “Listen, I have to go. Keep the card and call me. And here is the contract form in case you change your mind. You have until tomorrow. I’m heading back to LA and I need an answer before I go.”

Rose nodded and slid the card and the form into her pocket. “Of course,” she said, and collected the contract “I’ll think about it and let you know.”

“Good.” He nodded and entered the car.

Rose stood there and watched him go before she headed back into the hotel to continue her work.

Chapter 2 the job

Rose opened the contract to read once she went back to the staff resting room.

“You should apply!” Janet her friend said from over her shoulder, nearly making Rose jump out of her skin. After taking a few deep breaths to keep her heart from leaping from her chest and bolting for the door, Rose turned and glared at her.

“Privacy much ?”

She didn’t even blink at the rebuff. “Looking for a young, energetic person able to keep up with two kids Full-time salary with benefits? Yes please! And look… It's a couple blocks off campus! You’d be perfect for it .”

"I don't know..." Rose replied.

You love kids! You’ve been babysitting since you were thirteen. You’re majoring in child psychology! Hell, I’m surprised you’re not married with kids of your own by now.” Janet crossed her arms and stared me down, apparently not willing to let this go without a fight. “You should apply. What’s the worst that’ll happen?”.

“This is a full-time job, no

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