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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 8:11pm On Dec 09, 2020
'I'm keeping the baby, Alex.'

My heart beat increased again. 'You will do no such thing, Steph.'

'That's exactly what I'll do. I want to have the baby.'

'You don't know what you're saying young lady. Do you realize I'm a married man now? Do you realize this will ruin my marriage, and even my relationship with your mum?'

'Alex, you're shouting,' she scolded.

I breathed in and out slowly. 'I'm sorry. Now, listen to me, you can't have the baby. Maybe I should ask first: is it my baby or not?'

'What kind of question is that? Of course it's your baby!'

'Alright. Very good. Go and get rid of it.'

'No way. I want the baby and I'm going to have him.'

I realized I was having a headache. 'But why, Steph? Why d'you want to ruin my marriage and career?’

'No one is ruining anything. You can go ahead with your marriage and your job. As for me, I’m keeping that baby.’

I was exasperated. ‘Think, Steph. How do you think mummy will react to this? What about Enny? You think she’ll hear this and things will go on normally?’

To my surprise, Steph laughed. ‘So you can be scared over little matter like this?’

‘This is no little matter, Steph. My marriage and career are at stake here.'

‘Alright, calm down.’ She smiled again.

I tried to calm down. Maybe she was joking, after all. Maybe she was just pulling my legs. I wished and hoped she was.



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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by BigBasher: 5:52am On Dec 10, 2020
Nice update
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by ThrillPlus: 7:31pm On Dec 10, 2020
Ride on
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Saturn101: 8:44am On Dec 11, 2020
Interesting
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 7:55pm On Dec 11, 2020
‘Listen, Alex. I’ve thought out everything. I don’t want to ruin your job, neither do I want to ruin your marriage. I’ll go ahead and have the baby, but you don’t worry about mummy. I’ll take care of that. As for your wife I won’t ever tell her. It’s as simple as that.’

I shook my head vigorously. ‘That will not work, Steph. That’s a crazy idea. Your mummy will still get to know. How do you explain who is responsible for the pregnancy? And for Enny, one way or the other, she’ll also get to know.’

She smiled again. ‘I told you not to worry about mummy. I’ll handle that. As for your wife, I won’t tell her a thing. She won't know about it. Well, except you tell her. There’s nothing to worry about, dear.’

My headache had intensified. ‘Alright, Steph. We’ll speak again. Right now, I have a headache.’

‘Don’t you worry about anything. I’m not asking you to support me or the baby. I can well take care of everything. I only wanted you to know that your baby is on the way.’

‘See you again, Steph,’ I said and disconnected the line. The headache was real. I left my office in search of the office assistant.

‘Please help me get some paracetamol or aspirin,’ I told him and gave him some money. I went back to the office. I must calm down and think
rationally, I told myself. I sat down on my seat, closed my eyes and tried to make my mind blank. Koli soon came back with what I asked him to buy.

‘Thank you.’ I collected the drugs from him. I took the required dose and tried to relax my mind again. There was no doubt that Steph was driving me crazy.

But, it wasn’t her fault. I was to be blamed for whatever trouble came my way. If a man could not resist a sultry lady like Steph, then he must be ready to face whatever came his way.

I suddenly realized that I was not that scared about Madam B. I didn't believe she would sack me just like that, going by the antecedents. My greatest fear was Enny, my wife. If Enny should know, she would be mightily disappointed! Oh, what a mess.

Then Steph's image came to my mind. She said she was happy about the pregnancy, how could she? What made her so confident and smug about the whole thing! How could a young and beautiful lady like her from a wealthy family feel happy about carrying the baby of an up coming starter like me? Honestly I was confused.

But what if she was just teasing me? I shook my head. From the way she had talked, that was very unlikely. I believed she was saying the truth. Thinking back now, that Sunday morning that she came to my house should be about eight weeks ago. That must be when the conception took place. Oh God.

Well, be a man and face it, my mind said. Then, I remembered Steph saying she would take care of her mother's aspect. How would she do that?

What about Enny? Calm down, calm down, I told myself.

Steph’s news spoilt the rest of my day. I tried to concentrate on my work, but it wasn’t easy. The headache, of course, compounded my situation. When I closed from work, I drove home slowly. I just had to face the situation, as unsavory as it was, I told myself. Of course, I did not tell my wife about it. When she noticed my mood, I told her about the headache.


For full reading, go to https://okadabooks.com/book/about/a_fatal_love_sequel_to_the_sugar_mum/23963
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Saturn101: 10:37pm On Dec 11, 2020
Nice update
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by CasNova: 7:57am On Dec 12, 2020
Interesting story
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by SeyiDominion: 10:36am On Dec 12, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by UltimateSpice: 3:59pm On Dec 12, 2020
Nice one.
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by BigBasher: 9:27pm On Dec 12, 2020
Ride on.
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Nadoson1(m): 10:54pm On Dec 12, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by BigBasher: 12:48pm On Dec 13, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 3:59pm On Dec 13, 2020
I decided that the best thing was to persuade Steph to go for abortion. She still had a lot of exuberance in her and she needed to be bridled. The next day, few When it was few minutes after noon, I decided to call her. I decided to be subtle with her.

‘Hello, dear,’ I started.

‘Hi, Alex. How d’you do?’

‘I’m fine.’

‘Good to hear that. How’s Enny?’

‘She’s fine.’

‘I need a favor from you, Steph. I hope you’ll oblige me.’

‘What could that favor be?’

‘I want to beg you in the name of God, go and abort that baby.’

There was a pause. ‘Do you realize abortion is a sin before God?’ she asked. ‘D’you
realize what you’re asking me to do is a sin before God?’

I was shocked by her reaction. Wonderful! Steph was now pontificating and telling me what was a sin before the almighty God.

‘Look at it this way,’ she went on. ‘Is it not a sin to take another person’s life? That baby is an innocent soul and you want to take his life. You’re asking me to be wicked, Alex. I’m sorry, I won’t do that. Rather, I’ll be the one to plead with you that you should spare the life of an innocent soul, in the name of God.’

I was dumb-founded by her answer. Oh, God.

‘Are you still there, Alex?’

‘Yeah,’ I answered, my mouth heavy.

‘You should be praying for the safe delivery of the baby. That’s what you should be praying for.’

‘So, you want to go ahead and have the baby? You want to have a baby outside wedlock? Is that what you really want?’

She laughed as if I had said something funny. ‘Don’t you worry about me, Alex. There’s no problem at all.’


For full reading, go to https://okadabooks.com/book/about/a_fatal_love_sequel_to_the_sugar_mum/23963
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 4:01pm On Dec 13, 2020
I decided that the best thing was to persuade Steph to go for abortion. She still had a lot of exuberance in her and she needed to be bridled. The next day, few When it was few minutes after noon, I decided to call her. I decided to be subtle with her.

‘Hello, dear,’ I started.

‘Hi, Alex. How d’you do?’

‘I’m fine.’

‘Good to hear that. How’s Enny?’

‘She’s fine.’

‘I need a favor from you, Steph. I hope you’ll oblige me.’

‘What could that favor be?’

‘I want to beg you in the name of God, go and abort that baby.’

There was a pause. ‘Do you realize abortion is a sin before God?’ she asked. ‘D’you
realize what you’re asking me to do is a sin before God?’

I was shocked by her reaction. Wonderful! Steph was now pontificating and telling me what was a sin before the almighty God.

‘Look at it this way,’ she went on. ‘Is it not a sin to take another person’s life? That baby is an innocent soul and you want to take his life. You’re asking me to be wicked, Alex. I’m sorry, I won’t do that. Rather, I’ll be the one to plead with you that you should spare the life of an innocent soul, in the name of God.’

I was dumb-founded by her answer. Oh, God.

‘Are you still there, Alex?’

‘Yeah,’ I answered, my mouth heavy.

‘You should be praying for the safe delivery of the baby. That’s what you should be praying for.’

‘So, you want to go ahead and have the baby? You want to have a baby outside wedlock? Is that what you really want?’

She laughed as if I had said something funny. ‘Don’t you worry about me, Alex. There’s no problem at all.’


For full reading, go to https://okadabooks.com/book/about/a_fatal_love_sequel_to_the_sugar_mum/23963
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by kweensheba(f): 7:33pm On Dec 13, 2020
Nice one.

Keep it coming.
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Zamar(m): 6:29am On Dec 15, 2020
Interesting
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Zamar(m): 12:28am On Dec 16, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 2:53am On Dec 16, 2020
kweensheba:
Nice one.

Keep it coming.

Thanks
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Saturn101: 1:16pm On Dec 16, 2020
More.
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by ThrillPlus: 5:28am On Dec 17, 2020
Carry on
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by SolaRaphael: 10:53am On Dec 17, 2020
Nice work.
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 11:26am On Dec 17, 2020
Steph’s news spoilt the rest of my day. I tried to concentrate on my work, but it wasn’t easy. The headache, of course, compounded my situation.

When I closed from work, I drove home slowly. I just had to face the situation, as unsavory as it was, I told myself. Of course, I did not tell my wife about it. When she noticed my mood, I told her about the headache.

I decided that the best thing was to persuade Steph to go for abortion. She still had a lot of exuberance in her and she needed to be bridled. The next day, few minutes after noon, I decided to call her. I decided to be subtle with her.

‘Hello, dear,’ I started.

‘Hi, Alex. How d’you do?’

‘I’m fine.’

‘Good to hear that. How’s Enny?’

‘She’s fine.’

‘I need a favor from you, Steph. I hope you’ll oblige me.’

‘What could that favor be?’

‘I want to beg you in the name of God, go and abort that baby.’

There was a pause. ‘Do you realize abortion is a sin before God?’ she asked.

‘D’you realize what you’re asking me to do is a sin before God?’

I was shocked by her reaction. Wonderful! Steph was now pontificating and telling me what was a sin before the almighty God.

‘Look at it this way,’ she went on. ‘Is it not a sin to take another person’s life? That baby is an innocent soul and you want to take his life. You’re asking me to be wicked, Alex. I’m sorry, I won’t do that.

Rather, I’ll be the one to plead with you that you should spare the life of an innocent soul, in the name of God.’
I was dumb-founded by her answer. Oh, God.

‘Are you still there, Alex?’

‘Yeah,’ I answered, my mouth heavy.
‘You should be praying for the safe delivery of the baby. That’s what you should be praying for.’

‘So, you want to go ahead and have the baby? You want to have a baby outside wedlock? Is that what you really want?’

She laughed as if I had said something funny. ‘Don’t you worry about me, Alex. There’s no problem at all.’

I sighed and gave up. Steph was the lady with the strongest head I had ever met. An idea suddenly came to me. There was no need to disturb Steph again.

I ended the conversation. What I had in mind might sound ridiculous, but I believed it was worth trying. I would confess all my sins to God. I would pray for forgiveness of sins. Then, I would plead with God to put an end to the fetus in Steph’s womb. That was how desperate I was about the matter.

That particular prayer was never answered. Rather, the fetus developed by the day. Madam appeared not to know a thing about it, and I never broached the topic. I continued to play the role of a dotting husband to Enny, pretending that all was perfect.

When the baby was twelve weeks old, Steph sent pictures of the slight bulge on her tummy to me, clad only in bra and panties. She repeated that when the pregnancy was sixteen weeks old. The more the bulge was becoming obvious, the more I lived in chagrin.


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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by Saturn101: 7:27am On Dec 18, 2020
Nice update
Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by FairCritic(m): 6:42am On Dec 19, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by UltimateSpice: 8:44am On Dec 20, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by BigBasher: 8:51pm On Dec 22, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by LoveToRead: 1:34pm On Dec 25, 2020
I sighed and gave up. Steph was the lady with the strongest head I had ever met. An idea suddenly came to me. There was no need to disturb Steph again. I ended the conversation. What I had in mind might sound ridiculous, but I believed it was worth trying. I would confess all my sins to God. I would pray for forgiveness of sins. Then, I would plead with God to put an end to the fetus in Steph’s womb. That was how desperate I was about the matter.

That particular prayer was never answered. Rather, the fetus developed by the day.

Madam appeared not to know a thing about it, and I never broached the topic. I continued to play the role of a dotting husband to Enny, pretending that all was perfect.

When the baby was twelve weeks old, Steph sent pictures of the slight bulge on her tummy to me, clad only in bra and panties.

She repeated that when the pregnancy was sixteen weeks old. The more the bulge was becoming obvious, the more I lived in chagrin.



In the first week of November, Mandy reminded me that madam’s birthday was a matter of days. She would be fifty and it was planned to be marked in a grand way. I discussed the matter with Enny.

‘What befitting gift do you think we can present to her?’ I asked.

We thought over it and finally decided to give her picture to an artist for a life portrait. The birthday was marked in a popular event center in Magodo estate. It was attended by many dignitaries. When we presented our gift to her, I could see that she really appreciated it.

The first Christmas that Enny and I had together, we decided to have a very time together. Madam suggested we could go to Abuja, but I preferred somewhere else. We went to a resort at Ota, Ogun state. We had a blissful time together. All would have been well, except for the aspect of Steph. Anytime I remembered her, I would feel some shiver. She kept sending her pictures of protruding belly to me, and I kept getting agitated.

By January 1st, we had returned to our home. While we were away, Deola went to spend Christmas with her parents, but she returned to the house the moment we were back. We all went out on the New Year day for fun. At the beach, we surfed around and took pictures. We returned late afternoon to continue the rest of the holiday indoor.

I resumed office on January 2nd. Madam had given me more assignments, which included project supervision. I felt no qualms about that as I was greatly enjoying my job and all that came with it.

By March, Steph’s stomach had really gone big. She kept sending me pictures of her advancing pregnancy, pictures I dared not let Enny see. I was amazed that Steph was excited about the whole thing. It was so paradoxical to me. Enny that I would have wished to become pregnant had not conceived but an ill-conceived affair with a lady far away in America was the one that brought pregnancy.

For full and complete reading go to https://okadabooks.com/book/about/a_fatal_love_sequel_to_the_sugar_mum/23963

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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by ThrillPlus: 7:32pm On Dec 25, 2020
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Re: A Fatal Love (sequel To The Sugar Mum) by tonysunkan(m): 12:40am On Dec 26, 2020
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