Angie's beloved sister fell to her death from the balcony of billionaire Nikos Kyriacou's mansion in Greece. Six months after the tragic incident, Nikos visits Angie to coldly tell her that her sister died with a valuable family heirloom of his, a diamond necklace... and he wants it back. Angie isn't like her sister, who loved living the high life—she's serious about her work and lives for archaeology. Angie is so mad at Nikos that she makes a bold proposal to make him suffer: in order to get the necklace back, he must marry her!
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I hated the lead female at the beginning. Regardless of what she thought of the male lead, she had nothing to do with how he lived his life. Marrying him was either a really stupid move for vengeance when she could have gone about it many better ways or she tried to convince herself it was for vengeance to release herself from the guilt of wanting the man her sister wanted. However, by the end I didn't dislike her. It was a good story and I liked the art. I'd gladly read it again.
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