Tate, the only daughter of a multi-millionaire, has already been kidnapped twice in the past, and it has causing a deep wound on her heartscarred her mind. Her therapist proposes a rather unconventional treatment, —a "fake kidnapping". If she re-experiences the kidnapping in a controlled environment, it could help her get over her past trauma. The idea scares her, but her bodyguard, Michael, the man she'’s secretly in love with, will be with her the whole time. Tate resolves herself to do it. However, a kidnapper in disguise overtakes hertakes advantage of the situation, and she'’s separated from Michael. She awakes to find herself in an unfamiliar cruiserunfamiliar surroundings. CIs this part of the therapy or could this be a real kidnapping after all? Oh, no! Save her, Michael!
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- More action, no romance 1
- roshynphina 04/18/2016
This one was a page turner. I had to know how things worked out, but I'm guessing the original would probably have more details. The manga felt a little superficial. The characters didn't have much depth. It explained hints of the back story for both the hero and heroine, but it didn't go in depth. The heroine has been sheltered by her father because of the kidnappings she's faced. Hero has been discharged from the army because of his brother (we don't learn why) and he's her bodyguard. In this story she's already in love with him, and she's trying to get back on to her feet, hence her therapy of a fake kidnapping. However, the kidnapping is quite real, thanks to hero's brother's interference. Hero gets himself kidnapped, there's not much chemistry between them but somehow hero admits he's in love with the Beijing as well during the time of them being hostages. And they manage to get out of the situation, both hero and heroine in their own ways and it seemed a little anticlimactic with them claiming their love for each other again after the episode and close credits. Would have been nice to have a future scenario or something. Felt a little unfinished and rushed.
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