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Celine is devastated by the tragic news of her grandfather’s passing. Her grandfather, a self-made millionaire, was like a father to her, and he raised her following the death of both her parents. But three years ago, Celine renounced her status, name, and even love when she ran away from home. Now back after three years, she’s greeted at the airport by none other than her former fiancé, Guy. Guy’s still single, and Celine harbors mixed feelings about him… She still wears the engagement ring she received from him around her neck, but will it always remain there, swaying sadly on its chain?
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- Innocence has a price. 3
- Casandra 06/12/2016
The female main in this story was cute in an innocent sort of way... but didn't seem to understand that her choosing to believe Ashley (the horrible girl who claimed to be her friend) and coming into the conversation with her fiance saying that she was breaking things off without asking anything at all only hurling accusations effectively meant that she would not give him the same benefit of the doubt that she would give Ashley. So she was basically saying that Ashley meant more to her and was more trustworthy in her eyes than her fiance. That was pretty bad. However, the good thing is that although it takes her more than 3 years to figure this out she finally realized this. However, after she realizes her mistake the male lead becomes childish and treats her coldly for payback. That made me like him a bit less. Still despite the main characters having some personality issues, the story was interesting and the art was good so I'm glad I got the chance to read it.
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