THE RAMIREZ BRIDE
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THE RAMIREZ BRIDE
Nick Ramirez built his massive wealth in a single generation and is dead set against marriage. He is an arrogant but handsome man who insists marriage is an act of folly that reduces one’s assets. Tess was determined to keep her relationship with Nick strictly professional, but she couldn’t resist the temptation and took just one bite of the forbidden fruit. Nick regretted the impulsive love affair and never made another personal approach… Now, months later, Nick has appeared again—has he found out about the secret Tess has been keeping from him?
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Hero is this comic has a really fierce and arrogant look but the fact that he is actually a soft person within.
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- 3.5 condition to marry 4
- JAB 02/09/2019
The hero finds out in his will from his negligent biological father that he has two brothers. In order to get the names and addresses, he needs to get married and have kid. The man hates the very idea of marriage since his elders like his mother (marriage hopper and materialistic creature who never gave a wit for her son's wellbeing), his seven stepfathers, and biological father showed him that love and marriage don't exist. The only person he's ever been able to trust is the heroine who was his most trusted business partner. They had a night of passion that resulted in the hero separating himself from her. Now, he calls her up about a year after to ask her if she would marry him. The heroine thinks the the hero knows about the little boy and lets it on like it's nothing. The whole shock causes the hero break the glass in his hand, causing deep cuts. The heroine is shocked and realizes he had no idea. With a bloody hand, the hero has the heroine take him to the little boy. During the ride, they have a chat about fathers with the hero talking about his past of having many take the title but none of them actually being one. The heroine is against the idea because she doesn't think he can live up to it. The hero negotiates a deal of trial period in order to prove his worth but he's afraid of telling her about the contents of the will. The heroine can tell the hero is lying and will only accept them for the moment. From then on, the hero works hard to show the heroine he's committed and as time goes by, the heroine sees the hero struggling with diapers and early morning feedings but how he doesn't give up. So, the heroine agrees to the marriage. The hero actually feels love and trust for the heroine and his little boy that he doesn't care if he finds his other half brothers. They have a lovely wedding and married life that takes a hard turn when the heroine's father comes by. It turns out that the heroine's father was the hero's father who was so cruel to the hero because of his wife's cheating. He reveals about the will and the heroine thinks it's about money. She leaves with the cruel father and behind a broken hearted hero. Later on, the heroine is visited by her mother who gives in depth insight to the hero. First, the selfish and greedy woman reveals why the hero gave up the massive inheritance to charities to regain in a selfish manner. Second, she sees with how the woman behaves that the hero never got any love from anybody and how little she actually knew of him. So, she goes to see the hero who looks haggard. The hero reveals why he was going by the will for the brothers and reveals his feelings of love to the heroine as he takes on his desk. The heroine confesses her love to the hero and we end it with them toasting to their crummy biological fathers.
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