Mary Jo didn't really want to turn down a marriage proposal from her lover, Evan. But as someone aiming to be a politician, he needed a society wife. Evan’s mother made it clear that Mary Jo was unsuitable, so she made the painful decision to let him go. Three years later, Mary Jo approaches Evan for help—her father has been swindled out of money—and she starts to work for Evan to pay off the legal fees. Even after all this time, it hurts her to see him dating other women. However, with a single, passionate kiss, their love is rekindled. But is love really all that’s needed to overcome something?
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editor's comment - May 15th, 2015
It was an exciting story of ups and downs. I was very happy to see that Mary Jo took her courage of not letting Evan go even after so many difficulties that she had to face. This book gives you a good lesson as well, never to make up a conclusion by yourself but better to always discuss and decide together with your loved one.
I didn't like any of the characters or the reasons for their drama. The female lead was the embodiment of everything I hate in female characters. Selfish, stupid, rock bottom self esteem. Full of forced drama and assumptions, I will not read this story again. The art was decent but the story was so bad it overwhelmed any benefits the art could have contributed to it. The female lead broke up with the guy she "loved" because his mother told him she was not a good match. Then said she would have to be a politicians wife to which she said "well if he loves me he won't be a politician." This was the second time she broke up with him by the way... the first time she broke up with him she had a chat with his mother privately didn't even bother saying anything and then hurt him by saying she had found someone else when all she was being was selfish and cold. she claims to love him but didn't bother even correcting her mistake or seeing him at all until her family was in financial trouble. Ugh... never again. The guy at least started to understand and put her in her place at the end but it still wasn't worth the torture of the rest of the story.
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