The last thing Sooha wants in her life is a man. She’s sick of her mother calling about boyfriend problems, of friends trying to set her up on dates, of girls waiting for their Prince Charming. But when a broke and homeless man offers to housekeep in exchange for temporary housing, Sooha finds herself saying yes to a man for the first time in her life. After all, who wouldn’t want to come home to warm homemade dinners, clean sheets, and freshly ironed clothes?
The auther tried to creat a sense of romantic entusiasum which can be some part relatable to every one, the presentation of seanes is better than most. I have been waiting to read the new chapters and never miss them. I can mostly visualise the next scene but waiting to finally reading is frustrating.... READ IT you guys will enjoy it.... read more
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