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Pascual, a billionaire from Argentina, is devastated when his British fiancée, Briana, disappears right before their wedding. His love turns into hatred after he reads her letter, which says that she can't cope with their different backgrounds. Five years has passed and Pascual is shocked to find Briana in England where he is visiting for business. Now Pascual finds himself wanting her when he should be hating her!

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smoke in the air 3.5 4  4

There were a lot of things that where blurred or lost in the smoke between the hero and heroine in the beginning that it costed them five years to reunite and go through the motions. The heroine is engaged to a rich and high social circle Argentinian but at the party before they're married, she catches the hero making out with a family friend that his upper crust parents wanted the hero to marry because she's of their class. So, the heroine leaves a note but after finding out about her pregnancy, she doesn't tell the heroine. We fast forward five years to where our couple are reunited in a business deal and the hero is terribly hurt by the heroine's actions but still in love with her. I do like that we get to see the hero's thoughts and feelings because it makes it easier to understand his intentions and his struggles. Waste hits the fan when the hero finds out that the heroine has a son whose age matches up with his time with the heroine. How did he find this out? The idiotic temp, yes I said idiotic because what kind of employee doesn't matter permanent or temporary, reveals personal information about their boss's life and her financial situation with her business to not only a stranger but a customer??????? Are you kidding me?! That's a breach of trust in the business world, it's no wonder the woman is a temp because people don't hire people who reveal sensitive information for permanent positions. So, now the hero hates the heroine with the passion and I don't blame him because he has a right to know. The heroine's reason for this, just so you know ( new information for the hero because the heroine never told him this when they were engaged) her parents married despite being from different social classes and it went terrible. The mother never fit into the father's world, he cheated on her, divorced, and was a horrible father to the heroine. Example: he called his own child a mistake and none of his family welcomed her. The heroine was happy with the hero but it scared her to see the hero's parents' disapproval of her. She tried to handle it but the incident with the OW at the party was the straw that broke the camel's back. So, now it's walking on egg shells for the heroine and I don't blame the hero because he brings up the question, "Were you ever planning to tell me about my son," The heroine doesn't answer and uses the excuse that she was afraid he wouldn't accept the little boy. A feeble excuse, I would have let the man know and figure out if he's a good person to have the child beside. I did like that the hero introduces himself as a friend, being considerate of the boy's feelings. He's also still very attractive to the heroine, so much that he goes and have intercourse with her. I couldn't believe the heroine had intercourse with a man who stated that he hates her and it goes sour after intercourse again. When they reach Buenos Aires, I liked how the little boy asks the hero if the big home is also the heorine's home to where he replies yes. It's in Buenos Aires, the hero starts to see and question a lot of things like the heroine's desire to work and why of why didn't her father treat her right and memories of his mother criticizing the heroine based on her class. Now, he starts to realize how badly his family must have treated her. I like how the hero reassures her when his parents come to visit that he will back her. I love how he defended the heroine when his parents were interrogating her. It's after that event, the hero and heroine can actually have a calm conversation with each other and do more. Later on, the hero learns that the whole incident was planned by his mother. In the end, apologies are made and forgiven and the ending was nice.

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4 and 1/2 stars 4  4

I enjoyed this manga it turned out to be feel good type of story except in the beginning. I liked the characters for the most part but there was a HUGE character flaw in the female lead that I couldn't get over. I liked her later for the most part, but originally I thought she was irredeemable. This is partially because she claimed to love the male lead and was going to marry him but disappeared without telling him anything. Regardless of what she thought she saw or the worries she had, she didn't even try to share the burden with her other half (the man she was going to marry). Instead she just left a note with no real reason behind her disappearance. Just telling him she loved him but it was over. I didn't like her at that point, but I could have still given the story 5 stars because she ended up recognizing her shortcomings. apologizing for them and changing when she was given another chance. The reason I had to give this story less than 5 stars is mostly because of the fact that she felt no need to even tell the the male lead that she was pregnant or contact him after their son was born and her excuses for keeping the boy a secret were laughable, and self serving. The boy was at least 5 when the male lead happened to run into the female lead and found out. He asked if she actually ever really planned on telling him about his son. Her answer to him was that she always remembered that he was the boy's father and that he was always in the back of her mind. Then she rambled on in an attempt to further dodge the original question. Which means that she had absolutely no intention of telling him about his son. His supposed consolation is that she silently remembered that he was the father even if she wasn't giving him the chance to be one? Give me a break! All in all though despite my issues with her, the Manga did end up being really good. The art was great, the story was very good and the characters were good as well. I'm glad I read it and would happily read it again sometime.

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misunderstanding turns into revenge 5  5

It was a pretty good love turns to hate story. It reminds me of another book called the The Tycoon's Revenge by Melody Anne. Brianna leaves because of her doubts in her fiance's love for her and finds out she's pregnant. Doesn't tell the father who finds out years later and his love is soon replaced with nothing but hate for her. Parent's disapproved of their marriage from the start and because they never really opened up to each other, they drifted too far apart that they never spoke of why Brianna left in the first place. I also like her childhood story and how it connects to her situation with her son's father.

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