Yes, I believe you are being unnecessarily anxious about this. May I remind you that I am the CEO of the company you wish to work for as well as being one of its major stockholders, and as such, my command is absolute?
Please call me as soon as you receive this message.
Dutch billionaire Willem de Konigh was a lot of things to Serenity.
He was her best friend, her most trusted mentor, and her only love.
He taught her everything she knew, showed her how to fly even without wings, and gave meaning back to her life.
Willem was everything to Serenity, but it was not the same for him – and it could never be because he belonged to her sister.
I loved this story! The ending? (Let's just say it wouldn't be Marian Tee without it). -_-'
Serenity's had a hard life, but I love the way she composed herself and handled everything despite her young age. A little reserved, she sparks an interest in Willem that he brushes off as something akin to paternal care, like the care he gave to his younger siblings. Seeing a heroine as a child and young woman was so refreshing and interesting. Not so much hot and heavy romance yet, but more of a blooming care of affection. And who doesn't love fated love?
Willem was a gentleman with issues locked away long ago, and his hand in Serenity's few years as a young lady was fun to read. I just love the way they cared for each other without it being so- er, un-platonic? It was an especially yummy treat since I read a series prior to their love story, so this was more of a background story to catch me up on why they were the way they are.
I recommend this story because it was sweet, clean and carried a steady pace.
Amazon 5-star review for Book One