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It started off unplanned but this time it would be different. This time there would be us.
Captain Kang Seul Gi meets Doctor Bae Joo Hyun on a Wednesday, with the sky overcast and Joo Hyun’s fingers pressing in on Second Lieutenant Park Soo Young’s aching abdomen.
The Unseen I first saw her sitting on the stairs, holding a Rubik's cube. She's not doing anything on it but stare. The second time I saw her was inside the library. She was sitting on the table, seemingly bored, her head resting on her palm. Then I saw her again on the school's canteen. She's not eating. She's just sitting on one of the chairs with a faraway look on her eyes. I saw her on the gym too. I was staring at her and she suddenly turned her head
The Kangs are like any normal, happy, loving couple living a quiet life in the suburbs, or so it would appear to everyone who knows them. Only things are not what they seem for the pair, not when Kang Seulgi is in reality an assassin. She works to keep that secret from her wife Joohyun. Seulgi is just not the only killer in the family, as it seems Mrs Kang also has some secerts of her own. Secrets don't stay secret in the Kang house. Seulrene
There are some things Baekhyun and I don't talk about; like our salary; like my parents who don't seem to like him very much; like why he has a full sleeve tattoo that flows to his whole back like a river streaming into an ocean. But some secrets are bigger than others and not talking about them is only going to strain our marriage.
“We have to marry each other?!” This is a story about a young lady and a young man, they both met when they were six. They got along well despite their contrasting personalities, in fact they were best of friends. The young girl, Sejin, studied to be a professional interior designer, while Yixing or Lay inherited their family’s international hotel chain. Sounds perfect, right? But, in order for them to
"Even if we're apart, I've always felt certain of the relationship I want with her." Together or not, she
it was a crisp, cold, sunday night; like a scene out of a movie.
Wise men say, only fools rush in...And honestly, only stupid fall in love and I, Hwang Codi, was not