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The Millionaire's Rebellious Mistress
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The Millionaire's Rebellious Mistress
Sometimes you fall in love with someone you shouldn’t. This kind of love happens in life, and it’s happening to Sarah. Alex Merrick is her business competitor, and what’s more, his company destroyed her family. Alex drove Sarah’s father out of business, and as a result he passed away from anxiety. Despite all of this, Alex asks Sarah out as if nothing had ever happened. Sarah is sure that he is no more than a troublesome playboy, but yet instead of resisting, she finds herself longing for his kiss…
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- the heroine was wrong about the hero 4
- JAB 05/06/2018
The hero and heroine are in a bit of a fritz (mostly from the heroine's side because she blames the hero because of his last name and company for leading her dad into an early grave). It's obvious to see the hero is interested in heroine, for example, he keeps asking her dad even though she shoots him down. The heroine learns that he's not the ruthless business man that the heroine imaged him as like he wants to use the property the heroine has to turn it into a retirement home for the retired employees of his company. The heroine also gets a comparison with one OM who is just all brag and no bold, although, it did surprise me of how sneaky he is. It took one dinner and a confrontation at the door because the man thinks when you pay for dinner, you get to baseball that leads you to strike a home run. However, the heroine isn't having it and locks him out. The heroine also learns that the hero's company offered positions to the heroine's father and his company but he rejected, so he's not responsible for the man's death. We see that the heroine is strongly attracted to the hero but she fights against her feelings. The OM tries to slink in but the heroin bites him on the lip before anything happens, plus the heroine's employee steps in to enforce the heroine's will of having the OM thrown out. The hero and the heroine seem to be developing a happy relationship but little things pop up that strain their relationship. Now, the heroine gets news that the hero has bought a project (Plus, she sees another woman in his house at night but she doesn't tell him till the end) and blows her top at him. It's not until the whole matter is solved they find out it was the OM who falsely presented himself as an employee at the hero's company to buy the project. However, the hero is hurt over the heroine's distrust that he breaks off their relationship. The heroine is going into work-alcholic mode in order to forget her pain until she meets the hero's mother who tells her the sad story of the hero. The hero's fiancee ran off with the hero's father and eloped. It was a double blow to the poor man and his mother. The heroine goes to the hero to apologize but runs into the ex-fiancee instead. She handles herself well against the Ex and the hero comes in to tell the woman to head off into the sunset. The two of them come together and the hero proposes marriage, which the heroine accepts.
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