The Billionaire's Christmas Gift
“Why won’t you accept my invitation?” When the sinfully handsome billionaire Nick makes an advance on Beth, her heart flutters. They’d only just met a few days ago. Nick had hit Beth with his car and then pressured her to join him for Christmas. Ever since Beth lost her husband two years ago in an accident, she’s turned her back on people and any chance of romance. But just being next to this man, who smells of danger, she can’t help how her body reacts, even if her heart is saying no. She’d already made up her mind not to ever fall in love again…hadn’t she?
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It reminds me a saying, which is “Where there is a will, there is a way." Actually this is also mentioned in the story by hero's daughter. And the saying is also indicated what hero did when he found he fell in love with heroine. Heroine, who is teacher of hero's daughter, is single, and so as hero. Therefore the story happened before a Christmas that hero's daughter wants to invite her teacher home for the party. However heroine kept on refusing and in fact, hero didn't want to either. But when the first time hero and heroine met each other, because of an accident, they just fell in love with each other. As you may know, both of them are widow and widower, they decided not to get into relationship again. However because of hero's daughter's help, hero finally made a decision and proposed to heroine. And heroine faced to herself and accepted hero in the end. What a wonderful, lovely, Christmas story.Available until : Nov. 30th 2017（Monthly course($79.99)）
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