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Master's Untamed Wife

Love is like a battle... A bloodless battle. And every battle has casualties. But this battle leaves even more torturous wounds. Because the wounds of love are left on one's soul. He might be covered in scars that this battle of feeling left behind, she was the cure he never even knew he was looking for. He hid his emotions in the maze of his heart, but what to do, the wife he brought home, fancies puzzles. ~~~~ Raelle Xiang likes to have everything under her control. Being a CEO, she has always been very calculative. All her life revolved around profits. She'd avoid anything and everything that she couldn't control or calculate; for instance, feelings! Something intangible like feelings were too bothersome for her. Shui Xian has turned cold and aloof after the divorce that left him devastated. With enormous wealth, exceptional family back, he was still considered the ideal man but even after years, he was still single. He chose to bury himself in work to forget the heartbreak and bitterness that someone left behind. But what happens when this cold President gets into an arranged marriage with the feisty CEO? One is broken by love and yet cherishes the pain it brought. The other has always considered love to be a manipulative emotion. One has a cold personality, the other is simply cold. One is all about facts and logic, the other still believe in emotions. With their similar personalities yet contradicting beliefs, what chaos this marriage is gone bring? Will love manage to ignite? **** ~~~~ Contact: Join Discord: https://discord.gg/gwfrsYyc Instagram: amaya_meehee ~~~~ Other Books: "Mr. CEO Loves The Devilish Beauty" "The Inconceivable Flame: A Fallen Angel's Disguise" "Imperfect Desires" "The Moon Mistress"

XiaoMeeHee · Urban
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Give Up On You

First, Shui Xian was stunned by her words and then he looked helpless, "It's not the same thing, wife."

"But it is actually the same thing," was her response. "Everything has cause and effect in life. You can't change that. No matter how we have advanced in technology, it can't change the fact that death is inevitable. And the most uncertain thing about death is that we never know how or where it'll catch up to us. Maybe you were the fuse your mother drove out that day but how does that confirm that you're the reason for her death?"

"How are you always so rational?" he asked. "But not everyone can accept what you just said."