Right Billionaire, Wrong Wedding(77)

By: Victoria Davies


“Don’t you dare.” She paused for a moment before asking for the only thing she wanted. “Just tell me you love me again.”

“I love you,” he said, taking the ring from her hand and turning it palm down. “I want to spend the next fifty years ordering Thai takeout and fighting over who’s the worst cook.”

“You are.”

“I want a rematch.”

“Fine.” A smile tugged at her lips. “But I interrupted you. Please go on.”

“I want to wake up with you in my arms every morning and fall into bed with you every night.” He touched her ring finger. “I want to build a life with you full of all the things I’ve tried to train myself not to miss.”

She tore her gaze away from the ring to look up into his eyes.

“Marry me.”

She grinned. Not exactly a question, but then again, what else did she expect from him? He was a man who took what he wanted in life. And to her eternal happiness, it seemed what he wanted was her.

“Yes.”

What other answer could she possibly give?

He slid the diamond ring onto her finger. It was an unfamiliar weight she looked forward to getting used to.

Wrapping her arms around his shoulders, she smiled up at him. “You can’t pay me enough to plan another wedding.”

“I don’t pay you at all,” he replied. “Anymore, at least.”

“If you want a big wedding, we are hiring a wedding planner.”

He leaned down to brush his lips over her cheek. “But you know we can do it better,” he whispered in her ear.

“Darian.”

He grinned. “Actually, I rather like your idea of a small wedding.”

“You are a captain of industry. You can’t do small.”

“We can do whatever we want,” he replied. “And right now I want to take you home.”

“Nope. We’ve got a wedding to get through. We can’t take any of the attention away from Jenny tonight.”

He groaned.

“None of that. Time to be an excellent big brother.”

“You see?” he said. “You keep me in line. What would I do without you?”

“You’ll never have to find out.” Wrapping a hand around the back of his neck, she did what she’d wanted to do the first time she stood under this gazebo.

She kissed the man of her dreams.

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