?Married To A Billionaire?
(The Billionaire Wife)

Final_ Episode

????Written by Authoress Quinny ????

?Charles pov?

*Two months later*

“Wah-wah!” Ellie cried.

“Try to checking her diaper, she’s cranky when her diaper is wet!” Mom yelled.

We had been trying to put Ellie to sleep but we had all desperately failed. She wouldn’t stop crying.

“Did you feed her?” I asked.

I just arrived home from work.

“Yes, thirty minutes ago.” She replied.

As I held her in my arms, she slowly stopped crying.

“She always does that, maybe you should stay home and look after her instead,” Nina said

From the first day she got here, she made sure her presence was known. Demanding attention all the time.

I had no idea it was possible to survive on only three hours of sleep until she came along.

Mom walked in with a teddy bear in her hand.

“Why don’t you give her this, maybe she’ll like it.” Mom said.

“Very funny Michael,” Nick said.

“How would you know?” I asked. “Do you watch him or something?” I said with a smirk on my face.

Michael’s smile immediately dropped.

I looked at Ellie in my arms, eyes-wide-open. She didn’t look like she was falling asleep anytime soon.

“You need to sleep so I can visit mommy,” I say to her.

She started giggling instead.

“Good thing she looks like her mom,” Michael said.

“Why is that?” I asked.

They both started laughing rolling on the couch.

“I’m going to take her to her room, she’s never falling asleep with you two idi0ts,” I say.

I closed the curtains in the room, the room turning dark. I placed her in her crib, if she got to used to my arms she wouldn’t want anyone else.

After a long struggle, she finally fell asleep.

I tiptoed out making sure not to make a sound.

“Please keep an eye on her,” I said to Nina. “Keep her baby monitor close to you,” I said.

I walked into my room and then into the shower.

After a hot shower, I got dressed in casual clothes.

“Are you going somewhere?” Nick asked.

“yes and where’s mum” i said.

“She left ten minutes ago, she said she would be back,” Nick answered. “Anyways, I’m leaving too. Michael will be here.”

I grabbed my car keys then drove to the hospital.

By now, all the nurses knew me. I came here every day.

The doctor said she was healing and all the swelling in her brain was gone but she still hasn’t woken up yet. They didn’t know when she would.

“Good evening Mr Greene.” One of the nurses greeted.

“Good evening to you too…” I said trying to remember her name. She has told me her name so many times it would be embarrassing to ask again.

On my way to her room, I bumped into her doctor.

“How is she today?” I asked.

“Not too bad. We ran some tests on her today, she should be awake any day from now.” He answered.

“Thank you,” I said then proceeded to her room.

As always, she was laying on her bed looking more lifeless than ever. Her face was pale and all the colour from her lips was slowly fading.

I took a seat on the chair next to her bedside. I pushed the chair closer to her bed so I could hold her hand.

“Hi, it’s me again. I don’t know if you can hear me or not. Maybe I’m just talking to myself again.” I say. “But I miss you, we all do. I wish you would wake up so you can come home soon. Ellie needs her mother. I can’t wait for you to meet her.”

I felt her fingers brush against mine.

“Elizabeth?” I said, getting up from my seat.

Her hand moved again.

Next were her eyes slowly opening.

I pressed the intercom next to her bed. Three doctors came in running not long after.

“What happened?” The one asked.

“I think she is awake,” I said, a smile growing on my face.

“Please step outside sir, we need to examine her. Brain injuries are quite unpredictable.”

The one doctor escorted me out before shutting the door.

I was so glad that she was finally awake but at the same time worried that my worst fear was about to be discovered.

The doctor had discussed with us that there was a possibility that when she woke up she might have amnesia.

Having her not remember any of us or knowing we have a child together would be a nightmare, but losing her would be so much worse.

Although the doctors had mentioned that there was a possibility of her regaining her memory, I couldn’t help but be anxious.

I was pacing up and down in the hallway nearly losing my mind. I didn’t know what else to do.

After what felt like a lifetime, one of the doctors finally came out.

“Your wife is doing alright. Usually, patients in her condition take a lot longer to recover before they finally wake up, some never do. From our observations and examination, she is perfectly fine, there were no effects from her head injury. She will have to come every month or so for a check-up.” He said. “She has been in a coma for two months so I suggest you break things slowly to her. You don’t want to overwhelm her.”

He gave me a pat on my shoulder before disappearing into the hallway.

The other two doctors came out of the room.

“You can go in,” the one said.

The thought of walking back suddenly made me anxious. What if she didn’t feel the same way about me? She would have every right to hate me.

I turned the doorknob slowly.

She was sitting up straight staring at me as I entered the room.

“Hi,” I say smiling at her.

“Hi,” she replied.

I took a seat.

“How are you feeling?” I asked.

“I’m fine, just a bit of a headache.” She said.

She remained quiet for a while staring into space.
Her eyes were suddenly whelmed up in tears.

“What’s wrong?” I asked, taking her hand into mine

“Where’s my baby? He didn’t make it did he?” She asked tears running down her cheeks.

“It’s a girl. She’s fine, she’s at home sleeping.” I said calming her down.

“Can I see her?”

“Not today, you have to rest but I’ll ask the doctor if I can bring her tomorrow,” I said.

She looked down, she pulled her hand away from mine then started playing with her fingers nervously.

“Charles, there is something I need to tell you.” She said nervously.

“I know,” I said. “She’s my daughter.”

“Oh, I should have been the one to tell you.” She said softly.

The two of us were silent for a while, but it wasn’t an awkward silence. It was the kind where you feel like you’ve said a lot more in silence than you would have if we spoke instead, I liked it.

“I really missed you,” I said breaking the silence.

“I miss you too,” she said looking up.

We made eye contact, for a moment I felt like I was in a staring competition to see who would look away first, neither one of us ever did.

“It was hard being without you. I hated every moment without you in it. You are personal drug Elizabeth. I love you more than…”

“Please don’t,” she interrupted me. “I can’t do this right now.”

“I’m asking you for a second chance, to be with me. Because life sucks without you in it.”

“I love you, but…”

“But what? Right now we the only ones standing in the way of our happiness.”

I stood up from my chair then went on my knee.

A took a ring out of my pocket, I’ve had it with me for the past two months.

“I know you deserve better than this, Elizabeth would you marry me? And make me the happiest man in the world. I promise to love you, to honour you and to always be with you no matter what. Will you be my wife, for real this time?” I asked.

My heart was jumping out of my chest anxiously. My head spinning, hoping she would say yes.

“Yes!” She yelled. She had the same sparkle in her eyes like the ones Ellie has whenever she giggles.

I stood up from my knee then placed the ring on her finger.

Just as I placed my lips on hers there was a loud knock on the door.

“Just a second,” I whisper to Elizabeth.

‘Probably the doctor’ I thought.

The door slightly opened revealing Michael.

“What are you doing here?” I asked.

“I just wanted to see how Elizabeth was doing.” He answered. He then turned to look at Elizabeth who smiled at him in return.

“When did you wake up? Charles was supposed to call us if anything came up.” He said.

“I was about to,” I said. “What is that behind you?”

“No, there’s nothing.” He said quickly.

“No, I’m pretty sure there’s something,” I said.

He signed. He opened the door wider showing Ellie’s pram. He pushed the pram inside the room. Ellie was busy playing with a bottle, beating it against the pram.

“What are you doing here with her?” I asked.

“The doctor said it’s fine if she came in.” He said.

“That still doesn’t answer my question,” I said.

“She woke up not long after you left. Nina went home, her work hours were finished. Her night nanny didn’t come and mom isn’t picking up. I didn’t know what else to do.”

“Not bring her here, I warned you not to make noise while she is asleep.”

“No, don’t you dare give me that speech. You signed up for this the moment you unz!pped your p@nts, I didn’t.”

“Hey, she unz!pped my p@nts for me.” I laughed.

“Why did I marry you again?” Elizabeth said covering her face with the palm of her hand.

“Because you were forced to,” I replied.

“Why couldn’t she be forced to marry me instead?” Michael said sitting on the edge of Elizabeth’s bed.

“You an idi0t,” I said. “Even Goofy would agree and his a dog walking a dog.”

Ellie was now giggling in her pram.

“Can I hold her?” Elizabeth asked. “You’d need to help me because I don’t think my arms are strong enough.”

“Sure,” I said.

I picked Ellie up from her pram.

I took a pillow from the couch opposite her bed then placed it on Elizabeth’s lap.

I placed Ellie down on Elizabeth’s lap her head on the pillow so Elizabeth wouldn’t have to do much.

“Thank you,” she muttered.

I couldn’t help but feel a bit jealous just seeing Elizabeth and Ellie together, they had an instant connection. Within seconds they were already giggling at each other.

“Michael, you can always use the door,” I said

“You are so mean, this is why Elizabeth is leaving you.”

“She’s not leaving me,” I say staring at Elizabeth.

“She’s not leaving you? At least now we don’t have to listen to you crying anymore. You cry more than Ellie, I’m pretty sure she’s the one pacifying you and not the other way around.”

“Just get out,” I say

“Fine,” he said before shutting the door behind him.

“Wow,” Elizabeth said. ” I most certainly did not miss that.” She said laughing.

Michael opened the door again peaking through.

“By the way Elizabeth, congratulations. You have two children.” He said before closing the door again.


“Just out of curiosity, you still want to marry me right? I can take it.” I said my hand on my chest.

“Yes,” she answered.

“Good, I don’t think I can return that ring anyways.”

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