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Elaine’s father chooses Marco, a legendary figure in industry, as the successor of his company despite his daughter’s business acumen. Elaine, passionate about her father’s business, offers a yearlong marriage deal to Marco in order to get him to give her the business after they divorce. Marco, who frequently brings a buzz to gossip magazines, needs to rebuild his reputation by settling down and marrying. It should have been just a marriage of convenience, but Marco is blindsided when he sees a new side of Elaine. And innocent Elaine is swept away by Marco’s charms!
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- a bit clique 3
- JAB 09/09/2018 1 people found the following review helpful
It's the bed the heroine has made because her patriarchal father wouldn't give her the company that she's busted heads and fought for recognization all because she's a woman. Apparently, a woman is weak, if women are weak then why are they the ones who give brith. So, she goes to the hero with a plan to get the company and he gets the image of a family man then in the future when their contract ends, a sad divorced man who can relate to many of his male clients. There were some things that ticked me off like how one of the hero's client states that he could never sell his daughter to the hero. I have no idea if that's just a nickname for the company in business terms but his phrase actually literally states what it means. Then there's the whole makeover where the hero says that he has every right to control the heroine because she didn't want a makeover. I was ticked at the hero for saying something so late when he could have done it like that because it's so undermining. I mean after her makeover, he says that the heroine's beauty is her strong point and she shouldn't hide it. Why didn't the man say it sooner!!! They have the marriage and the honeymoon with them playing hot cold towards each other. Then the heroine not only finds herself in love but pregnant as well and that puts her emotions on a roller coaster. The heroine tells the hero is not only less than pleased but he accuses the heroine of trying to trap him but he decides that they should stay married. He even lists his reason why as being abandoned by his parents when he was 12 at a homeless shelter. The heroine agrees till one night of passion with the hero leaving their bed to shower has the heroine think that he doesn't want to touch her. So, she demands for a divorce and he goes with it but he's lonely from living without the heroine. He goes to the heroine to admit he misses her, confesses his love for her, and asks her to marry him. The heroine overjoyed by the fact that the hero shares her pain and love for him. So, they decide to make a fresh start and we have the end. However, it wasn't really a story that was a bit redundant.
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