Accidental Mom

Accidental Mom

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jesica chanu By jasminejavira Updated Jul 02, 2018

A young woman of 26, highly successful in self made business, in hope to escape the strict patriarchal society of her hometown before entering a lifetime commitment (marriage) decided to travel halfway across the world accepting the invitation from her online friend, Sarah. They have been loyal online friends for 8 years sharing their moments of happiness, success, grieves, cultures, ideas, among other things. Unknowingly, they have been pillar of support for each other. 
In her journey to her friend's abode, Linthoinganbi Naorem was awaited by not only exciting adventures and life changing experiences but also was forced to discover herself through various decisions which were against her societal norms and values. Troubled by the helplessness of the motherless Twins of Sarah Emilia Rodriguez's Brother, she decided to become the nighttime nanny of the babies. Little did she knew that such a decision to appease a little of the twins eagerness of a motherly warmth would lead her discovery of love, friendly and a family of her own.
Robert Evan Rodriguez, a billionaire of his own right, CEO to the his own company, feared and respected circle for his ruthlessness and capabilities in business and social circle, becomes helpless when his model ex-girlfriend abandoned his one month old twins. Clueless to children behavior and desperate for a passable nanny that could console the endless crying of his babies decided to hire Lin as his nighttime nanny on any conditions including extending the uses of his private jet at her disposal. What follows from an attempt to convince her 'a contract marriage' leads to his true love? But would Robert decide to fight for her love against all odds?
This is a story of love, family and friendship across continents, cultures and values.

  • babies
  • billionaire
  • ceo
  • contractmarrige
  • crossculture
  • family
  • friendship
  • lovestory
  • mom
  • nanny
  • romance