Nothing Goes For Nothing

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Hello everyone. This is a long story. I hope you will find it interesting. There are many sex scenes, so beware. Happy reading. Nothing Goes For Nothing The situation is not good for Biola at the home front. Observing her situation, her boss offers to help. But, it is not for free. She has a heavy price to pay back. Chapter One The situation was bad for Biola and her family. 37 years old, married, three children, and with a house just large enough for her and her husband to afford, cars just decent enough for them to buy, and care for their children (private schools, sports teams, and events) that their combined income just managed to cover. Needless to say, her husband losing work was devastating. An independent contractor, his fairly regular income was substantial enough to pay for just about all they needed, while her lower-income job as a secretary at an accountant's office was steady enough to supplement her husband Michael's income and provide for basic bills when he was without a contract. His fall off a ladder, resulting in a broken leg and arm (along with several other problems) was going to lay him up for the indefinite future. She was thankful he was alive, but more than a little concerned for the future. The cars could be sold, but the housing Koleet was not promising for their house, and she wanted her children to have a good education badly, so they would not have to deal with the same situation that she was facing now. How to make ends meet was the question plaguing Biola's mind as she walked into work on a Monday morning. Alfred's situation was completely different. He had graduated from a four year university in 3 years with an accounting degree at 20, having started a year early. He had attended on a full ride academic scholarship. His master's degree was completed just after his 21st birthday, at a reKoleable speed, and, being somewhat of a control freak, and wishing to be his own boss, established himself as an independent CPA with his own office in the city. He was 23 years old. He was doing very well for himself, and his rapid career path was impressive by any standard. Biola had joined his office a year previously. He had chosen her out of the many applicants for several reasons: first, though she had limited experience, she seemed to have a good attitude and work ethic, and Alfred appreciated that. Second, she was asking for a somewhat lower salary than he had anticipated, and, of course, that was an important factor. Third, and perhaps most importantly, Biola was hot. Trim (she had become a mother at a younger age), athletic (she enjoyed jogging, running and yoga), and fashionable, there was no way a 22 year old young man, extremely intelligent or not, could pass her up as an employee. So, Alfred, a year later, and like always, enjoyed seeing his hot secretary come into the office he owned and operated. It was satisfying. Regarding Biola, he had fantasized about her, but never really considered it a possibility that he would have a chance with her. She was older, married, and seemed pretty happy with her situation. Today, he was quick to notice, she didn't seem too happy. It wasn't long before he found out about her situation: her husband's incapacity, the growing bills, the difficulty of the situation. Alfred was sympathetic, and asked if she needed some time off to deal with the crisis, which Biola thanked him for but refused, since, money being the problem, time off of work was the last thing she needed. “Take a couple days off of work, consider it a paid vacation. I will too. Postpone my meetings, I'll do some work from home, and you spend some time with your husband. Hopefully something will turn up to help with this, okay?” Biola was grateful, and went home to her husband, who was impressed by the college-educated, somewhat stuck-up young boss of his wife's. He had had nothing good to say about Alfred, who he felt was an arrogant, privileged college boy, and Biola was constantly annoyed by her husband's blue-collar inferiority complex. She was glad that he was able to show some gratitude to her employer. Alfred went home and thought about the situation. Nothing Goes for Nothing:

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