Reborn: The Return of the Villainous Mr. Liu

"All I wanted was a perfect love story. But I forgot villains don't get happy endings." --- "You will be my wife one day." Declared Liu Jun - the handsome and wealthy young master to his beloved childhood friend. He vowed to marry her at all costs. But that vow made him a villain.  The woman he desired didn't return his love. Crazy and heartbroken, he crashed into her wedding, who was going to marry the love of her life, Liu Jin, unfortunately his own younger brother. Circumstances took a drastic turn, leaving him with only one choice to pay for his sins - His death. But fate gave him another chance. Liu Jun was reborn. In this new life, he chose to let go of his love and start anew. He discarded his villain's identity and closed his heart forever. But a new encounter and new troubles come knocking on his door with the secrets of his past life that even he doesn't know. Will the villainous Mr. Liu find his happy ending this time? *Excerpt* Ai said, "I forgot to clarify something. It seems you have a misunderstanding that I am interested in you because I stared at you." Jun blinked once. "Rest assured that's not the case. I won't look at you that way. You are not my type." *** Cover designed by @vatarison.art. Follow me on insta - enthu_reader7 Discord - https://discord.gg/CbhNys444r

enthu_reader · Urban
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Trapped in the crescent swing (2)

Jun shared her sentiment with how his hand that reached her chest twitched with an innate desire to cup her breast. And he did.

His palm gave it a gentle squeeze. It didn't make a difference if a thin line of Ai's dress's fabric obstructed him. The heat that scorched up his hand was the same as it would have if he had caught her breast naked.

Both took a sharp breath at once. It riled up a desire within them to do something more. To go even further. None of them could understand these feelings soaring within them. They could only hear the messy breaths and see the clothes crumpled and creased due to their proximity.

The swing was custom made to fit Jun's tall stature. It was wide enough for him to comfortably rest on the cushion and read his favorite books in leisure. But with two people nestled inside it, the huge swing seemed incredibly constricted. The lack of space forced their bodies to crush and press against each other.