RICH MAN'S VENGEFUL SEDUCTION
Tess York, who is a confirmed bachelorette and career woman, can’t believe her eyes when she finds Damien Sauer standing in front of her. He is a successful real- estate mogul and was the man Tess once loved. She left him six years ago—how could she imagine that she’d see him again? While Tess loses her peace of mind, Damien offers her a job renovating a cottage. It’s the same place they had planned to live in together one day. The offer leaves Tess speechless, and when she sees the flame burning in Damien’s eyes, she realizes that he’s taking revenge on her.
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- Is stable enough? 4
- JAB 01/11/2017
When it comes to the heroine, I must say that I don't really feel sorry for her in choosing the wrong man. She based off the man that treated her right and put her first by his income and how "stable" he is. I know that in this world, women look for stable men but sometimes those men aren't the right ones. If the man doesn't have a stable income but treats you and your children with love and care, cleans the house, works hard, and has common sense in choices like not using drugs or spouting horrible negative comments about everything then that is a good man. Yet, the heroine was blind and dumped the hero for a man with the stable income who became a haunting nightmare to the heroine even after his death. I feel sorry for the heroine on what happened but it makes me sad that people forget to look at the person and focus on the paycheck. The hero decides that after six years, his revenge towards the heroine begins: he employs the heroine to renovate a house that they once bought and intended to create a loving home from it. Of course, he pulls the blackmail card owning the building the heroine's office resides in. After that, the heroine begins renovating the house. She works and hard and we start to see that the hero and heroine are unable to hold back animosity towards the other. However, because of this, they are finally starting to each what the other see through the last six years. This helps them find compassion and bond with each other. Imagine how the hero felt when he saw the heroine's scar, it was very moving. Then, heroine learns the terrible: the hero had the heroine refurbish the house just so he could tear it down using construction. This breaks the heroine and she leaves him with anger in her heart. Now, the hero's revenge is complete but he feels empty. He realizes his mistake and keeps the bulldozers away till the heroine comes back. The ending was sweet because it's a reminder that basing a person on just a paycheck can have losses for the judge.
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