“I’ll love you, even if you aren’t mine.”
“You lied to me," she sniveled as she tried to speak the words in her head. "Leave!" she said, gently hitting his chest.
He bit his lip. “I-I’m sorry...”
She slapped his face, wanting to slam the door. “Why-Why do you keep hurting me...?”
“I was just to—“
“No matter how much I try, all you care about is her right?” She scowled, clenching her fist. “I was just a pain reliever!”
He couldn’t describe the feelings he had for her, but seeing her cry made his heart break.
“I just dropped by because I thought you might need some medicine.”
“If you don't feel the same way, then don't act like you do! You’re just giving me the wrong impression!”
He grabbed her wrist and pulled her closer to his body, closing the gap between them.
“I’m all you have.” He caressed her cheeks. “I’m not letting you go.”
Meet Adeline, a student of business management who had always pictured herself in a corporate world as a top executive. Her dreams were instantly shattered upon learning that their family business was at the edge of bankruptcy. She did her best to save the business, but it ended up closing it down.
In the least expected place, she stumbled upon Nicholas, the mysterious boy whom she was infatuated with for the longest time....turned out to be the owner of the company she was working for.
Could she still conceal her love for him after all these years knowing that she doesn’t hold a special place in his heart?
Part of her aches at the thought of him being so close yet untouchable, but would she be able to continue loving him if his heart didn’t have enough room to love someone like her? Can she forgive and move on despite everything they’ve been through?
It hurts when you realize that you aren’t as important to someone as you thought you were, so what would happen if fate chose not to heal her heart...?
Dear readers, thank you for having time to check out my book in Webnovel. Also, note that the story and characters are based on my own imagination. I might have some grammatical errors, but feel free to tell me so that I’ll be able to correct it. Thank you!
Note that the image and the quotes used is not mine.