"Yes!" He responded in the same manner.
"But our marriage won't be the same as others." He vocalised.
"In 6 years we will end it!" He vocalised and took a seat.
Julie turned, her face reflected her confusion which waved inside.
"Why don't you even ask me to have a baby with you!" She kept her hands on a chair's top rail.
"If you are really so desperate then the six years are enough for us!" He responded with a different smirk.
"Stop it! Why do you want to start this relationship and then end it after 6 years have passed?" She questioned him.
"I want to start this because of my family pressure and want to end this because of our dislikes!" He vocalised.
"Why should I put up with you? Due to your answer, my mom is all behind me to get me married to you!" Julie vocalised out of tensity.
"I won't put up with you!" She vocalised.
"How will you answer your parents?" Charles questioned.
"Don't care about it, I'll see to it!" Julie said it with a vexed expression.
"If you can handle it then fine I won't interfere, but if they remain similar then I need your answer!" Charles vocalised elegantly.
Julie glanced at Charles differently; her eyes reflected lots of vex, anger, and irritation. But still, her eyes were adorable.
She simply strolled out of the garden.
Julie reached her villa.
She saw her mom sitting on the sofa reading the present date newspaper and her dad engaged with his business work.
Julie strolled ahead towards her room she wanted to escape from her parent's gaze, especially her mom's.
Julie touched the staircase box newel post and was about to stroll up when she stepped on the first tread cover.
"Julie!" Jasmine verbalised.
Julie removed her hand from the box newel post she stopped and turned herself, her left hand instantly reached her temple.
Jasmine stood up and walked towards the staircase.
Jasmine's hand reached the staircase box newel post.
"What's your decision?" Jasmine questioned.
Joseph erected up from the sofa and walked towards jasmine.
Julie had many ill emotions running inside her, she felt nervous and was not aware of how to deal with the present situation.
Julie glanced at her mom's furious eyes.
She couldn't vocalise her decision glancing in her mom's eye, she bowed down.
"I don't want to get married!" Her voice was soft and filled with many different emotions.
"Why!?" Jasmine verbalised with enormous anger.
"Be soft, Jasmine!" Joseph vocalised.
"I can't, Mr Taylor!" Jasmine vocalised, carrying immense tension and irritation.
"She is our daughter and we have to honour her opinion and decision!" Joseph vocalised.
"But her parents won't decide anything ill for her and I have chosen a safe person for her!" Jasmine vocalised pointing her finger toward Julie.
"Yes, but when she doesn't feel anything for that person then, what's the use of getting them in a relationship!" Joseph questioned.
"No one grows feelings for their would-be before marriage, but after marriage they do, and you please stop encouraging your daughter!" Jasmine vocalised with the same anger.
"But she doesn't feel that this marriage will work so why to drag her to the opposite? Joseph questioned.
"You'll please stop asserting!" Julie said with a dejected tone.
"I know nothing, you have to agree with me if you don't then!" Jasmine paused and glanced over at Julie.
"I'll sacrifice my meals!" Jasmine vocalised and strolled on the staircase.
"Jasmine!" Joseph vocalised.
But Jasmine didn't turn and left them behind.
Joseph glanced at Julie, she was drowned in forlorn dilemmas.