My Bossy CEO Husband
img img My Bossy CEO Husband img Chapter 1 She Wants A Divorce
Chapter 9 It's Mine img
Chapter 10 The Night Before Last img
Chapter 11 A Superficial Man img
Chapter 12 Bewitched img
Chapter 13 Defend Her img
Chapter 14 Back Her Up img
Chapter 15 He Couldn't See Through Her img
Chapter 16 Eleanor Got Hurt img
Chapter 17 Someone Is Investigating Her img
Chapter 18 Ex-boyfriend img
Chapter 19 Misunderstanding img
Chapter 20 Mistake Him For Her Savior img
Chapter 21 Do You Still Have Feelings For Her img
Chapter 22 Rose's Design img
Chapter 23 Why Are You So Shy img
Chapter 24 A Brawl img
Chapter 25 Her Savior img
Chapter 26 Teach Her How To Play Pool img
Chapter 27 Kiss For Two Minutes img
Chapter 28 Do You Like Her img
Chapter 29 Women Shouldn't Be Immersed In Love img
Chapter 30 The Bidding img
Chapter 31 Plagiarism img
Chapter 32 She Knew It img
Chapter 33 Put The Blame On Maggie img
Chapter 34 Regret img
Chapter 35 A Business Trip img
Chapter 36 Play Hard To Get img
Chapter 37 Maggie's Boyfriend img
Chapter 38 One Hell Of A Show img
Chapter 39 Back Rosalynn Up img
Chapter 40 Golden Opportunity img
Chapter 41 She Has A Boyfriend img
Chapter 42 Too Childish img
Chapter 43 Go Shopping img
Chapter 44 Picky Snob img
Chapter 45 Are You Crying img
Chapter 46 You Like Me img
Chapter 47 The Meaning Of The Wreath img
Chapter 48 I'm Not Interested In You img
Chapter 49 Where Are You Touching img
Chapter 50 Have Sex With Me img
Chapter 51 Hard To Get img
Chapter 52 Rejected img
Chapter 53 She Was Underestimated img
Chapter 54 Business World Is Like A Battlefield img
Chapter 55 Christopher Was Her Teacher img
Chapter 56 Cooking img
Chapter 57 Rosalynn Won img
Chapter 58 Why Should I Explain To Her img
Chapter 59 Are You In A Relationship img
Chapter 60 Riding Horses img
Chapter 61 Heartless Woman img
Chapter 62 Unforeseen Events img
Chapter 63 Did You Do That img
Chapter 64 She Is Pretty And Kind img
Chapter 65 Matchmaking img
Chapter 66 Something Is Wrong img
Chapter 67 Help Me img
Chapter 68 Another Setup img
Chapter 69 An Injured Man img
Chapter 70 Barlow Tucker img
Chapter 71 Teach Them A Lesson img
Chapter 72 Don't Meet Again img
Chapter 73 She Can Do Whatever She Wants img
Chapter 74 A Smart Woman img
Chapter 75 A Part Of The Story img
Chapter 76 You Should Thank Rosalynn img
Chapter 77 A Foil To Rosalynn img
Chapter 78 Meet Barlow Again img
Chapter 79 You Are Interested In Me img
Chapter 80 Interesting Woman img
Chapter 81 Future Mrs. Hughes img
Chapter 82 A Client img
Chapter 83 Regretful img
Chapter 84 A Coincidence img
Chapter 85 Hard To Deal With img
Chapter 86 Similar Taste In Choosing Women img
Chapter 87 He Wants Rosalynn img
Chapter 88 You Are Mine img
Chapter 89 Superficial Men img
Chapter 90 Thugs img
Chapter 91 Pursue Rosalynn Or Not img
Chapter 92 Fire The Three People img
Chapter 93 Don't Want To Talk To Her img
Chapter 94 I'm Not That Shallow img
Chapter 95 Beg Eleanor img
Chapter 96 Care About Me img
Chapter 97 A Crybaby img
Chapter 98 He Became Her Creditor img
Chapter 99 You're So Charming img
Chapter 100 What A Coincidence img
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My Bossy CEO Husband

Symon Diller
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Chapter 1 She Wants A Divorce

On a quiet, summer night in Wragos, Rosalynn Fuller sat on the sofa in her home, browsing through some news on her phone.

"Brian Hughes, CEO of Hughes Group, attended a social event with the famous actress, Eleanor Hilton. They later retired to a hotel and spent the night together. Intimate pictures of the two have been captured..."

This particular article was among the trending topics online, and it spread all over the Internet like wildfire.

Rosalynn pushed her black-framed glasses against the bridge of her nose and peered at the photos published with the article, her face devoid of any expression.

The pictures were blurry, but one could make out the silhouette of a man and a woman kissing by the window.

This man, Brian Hughes, was none other than her husband, and the heir to the wealthiest and most influential family in the city.

He was a powerful man who had control over the economic lifeline of the entire city.

As ridiculous as it would sound to most people, Brian had never set foot in their home since they got married two years ago.

In fact, he hadn't even shown up when their marriage was registered.

Instead, he had sent his lawyer to represent him, completing the entire process by proxy.

Rosalynn was aware from the start that Brian was against their union.

The only reason he had relented was because of his grandmother, Debora Hughes.

By some twist of fate, Rosalynn's grandfather had once saved Debora. When she expressed her desire to repay him for the favor, he had boldly requested her grandson to marry his granddaughter in hopes of giving her a comfortable and carefree life.

At first, Rosalynn had harbored some hope for her marriage.

But over the last couple of years, Brian had constantly seen dating various actresses. It was more than enough to disappoint her and shatter her naive illusions.

Rosalynn pursed her lips as she finished reading the article, then she went over to her contact list, searched for Brian's number, and called him.

This was the first time she had ever called Brian.

Soon, the call connected.

"Hello, this is Rosalynn."

"Rosalynn? Which Rosalynn?"

Brian's voice was deep and smooth. Although his tone was unmistakably cold, listening to him was quite a pleasant experience.

His words, however, were another matter entirely. Rosalynn sneered and clenched her fingers tightly around her phone.

He didn't even remember his own wife's name.

"This is your wife. At least on paper, anyway."

"Ah. What do you want?"

Brian's tone became even colder.

"I want a divorce," Rosalynn answered as she jabbed her glasses against her face.

A moment of silence ensued.

"Have you made up your mind?" Brian finally asked.

"Of course."

"What do you want as alimony? Name it."

"There's no need for that. I don't care about your money. And I don't care to share my man with others, either. I've already prepared and signed the divorce agreement. I am walking away with nothing."

Rosalynn spoke in rapid succession without even pausing for breath. She immediately hung up after saying her piece.

They might be bound by law, but they were just like strangers.

Since the marriage was the only thing tying them, they might as well get rid of it. From now on, they had nothing to do with each other.

Rosalynn trudged upstairs and wrenched her glasses off her face, revealing her smooth, rosy cheeks and delicate features.

She packed up her belongings in a single suitcase and stopped by the living room. She placed the divorce agreement on the coffee table, then walked out of the villa without another backward glance.

At Hughes Group, the CEO's office was lit up in a warm, yellow light.

Brian sat behind the desk wearing a simple, white shirt and tailored black trousers.

He stared at his phone, his lips curling in disdain.

At last, his so-called wife could no longer take the insult of his absence and proposed divorce herself.

A knock came at the door, and his assistant, Edwin Byrd, entered the room.

"Mr. Hughes, it's almost time for your appointment with Mr. Foster."

Brian nodded and stood up, plucking his suit jacket from the back of his chair.

"Edwin, remove all the trending topics online related to me. And ask my lawyer to retrieve the divorce agreement my wife left at the villa."

Edwin perked up at his boss's orders.

He knew better than anyone that Brian had never actually dated any woman all this time. All those scandals had been purposely made up to discredit him and force his wife to ask for a divorce. It seemed that he had finally achieved his goal.

Meanwhile, Rosalynn took a taxi to the apartment she had bought for herself.

It was located at a prime spot downtown, and her unit boasted of three bedrooms and two living areas.

The place was fully-furnished, and the building itself was equipped with the most advanced security system.

Rosalynn put her suitcase away and padded over to the French windows. She looked out into the night, the streets below peppered with bright city lights. She took out her phone and called her best friend.

"Karina, I'm getting divorced."

"What? Is that true, Rosalynn? Finally! That's great news! You're single again, congratulations! We should go out and celebrate your newfound freedom!"