TIME FOR TRUST
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TIME FOR TRUST
Tired of her parents always manipulating her life to accommodate their business’s future, Jessica decides to pursue her own path. While living her new life, she meets Daniel Hayward. He’s new in town and has just purchased an old rundown mansion. During their time together, Jessica can’t help but feel that he’s perfect for her. Maybe a little too perfect. Having weathered past traumas, Jessica finds it hard to trust people, and just when she thinks she’s found someone she can trust, Daniel turns out to be her father’s business partner. Were her parents behind the whole romance or is this fate?
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- alright 3
- JAB 11/19/2018
It was an alright romance, I mean it was understandable of reasons why the heroine wanted to leave the bank job with the whole hostage incident and not even liking the job in the first place would make the heroine pursue a countryside career in tapestries. However, I didn't like how though she loved her parents, she seemed to blame them being rich that drew the bad eggs to her. She knew that her parents were rich but she along with everyone else should know it's their money and not hers. That nasty materialistic cousin didn't seem to care, she just wanted to make someone miserable in order to make herself better; simple case of self insecurity and nastiness. After living for some years of living in the countryside, she meets the hero when he reacts like a hero in a dangerous situation. They grow close but she traps him and shuts him out without giving him a chance to hear his side when she hears that he's associated with her father. She thinks that the guy is only there to get in close with the father but that's no the case. It's only after she runs away and when the hero finds her again that she gets the whole truth. First, she has been avoiding her parents but a while but that's not the truth because they do love her. Second, avoidance has her missed the failing bank, her father's heart attack, and her parents are only human. Third, the hero is merely a business partner with the father in helping him support the bank and there's nothing under the table between the two. It means, he was with the heroine for the heroine. The heroine realizes her horrible mistake and has a good cry about it. Next, she decides to do the opposite of what she has been doing and face the hero. We have a bit of a scary situation but no one gets hurt and after the heroine apologizes to the hero and he confesses his love and we have a happy ending with the two getting married. It was alright and all.
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