VIRGIN ON HER WEDDING NIGHT
Caroline's world is falling apart. Her late husband's incompetence has caused the family business to go bankrupt, her father is bedridden with a heart condition and now, without a single penny to their name, she and her parents are facing eviction! Amid the chaos, she receives a single phone call from Valente Lorenzatto, the man she left at the altar five years ago. He tells her he's the one who bought her father's company. Could Valente be seeking revenge on Caroline for marrying another man? He offers her a deal—he’ll ensure the comfort of her family if she’ll become his mistress.
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Hero and heroine were going to get married five years ago by secretly, however on the day of wedding, heroine didn't show up. Hero was disappointed and swore to be a successful businessman. After that heroine married to her father's business partner, however they never had sex because her husband criticized on her body. But after five years, company of heroin's father was taken by someone, and the one is hero, who dumped by heroine five years ago…
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- This is not a mystery 3
- Casandra 07/04/2016
This manga is one of those stories that you know that there is some explanation as to why the lead female leaves the lead male in the very beginning of the manga, they just don't tell you what that is. I enjoy a good mystery as much as the next person, but it doesn't work in an instance like this... at least not for me. A good mystery requires you to not to be able to predict the truth about what is hidden. But in this, the mystery has to do with a heroine of a romance story, so it's obvious that she didn't just leave the male lead at the alter because he wasn't rich enough. You know there was something to it. Honestly, if there was something more complex about the mystery, it would be more interesting and worth while to withhold some info, but there is no false turns or things to unravel to actually find out the truth. All the mystery happens to be, is that you don't know the reason she didn't show up for the wedding in the beginning and then at the end all of a sudden you are told her reason. It's anti-climactic and exactly what you'd expect the reason to be. Still, all that aside, the story was okay and the art was good so I'm glad I read it.
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