“Sorry. I don’t go for an Asian chick.” Iyan si Trond Knudsen. Isang white supremacist na naniniwala na ang puti ay para sa puti, ang itim para sa itim, at ang mga kayumangging lahi ay para rin sa kapwa kayumanggi.
“Hinding-hindi kita magugustuhan kahit ikaw na lang ang kahuli-hulihang lalaki sa mundo!” Iyan naman si Ysay Vergara. Isang idealistic na Pinay na naniniwala na ang kasal ay para lamang sa dalawang taong nagmamahalan at hindi isang paraan para makakuha ng visa.
Sa hindi inaasahang pagkakataon, kinailangang magpakasal ng dalawa. Sinumpa ng lalaki na hindi niya gagawing madali ang lahat para sa babae. Nangako naman sa sarili ang babae na hinding-hindi niya papayagan ang sariling mahulog ang loob sa lalaki. May pag-asa pa kayang maging totohanan ang kasal kung sa simula pa lang ay suklam na suklam na sila sa isa’t isa?
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About the Author
Maggie Sanapo started writing romance novels when she was 13 at the encouragement of her classmates who asked her to write their fantasies. Soon she was obsessed with writing that she couldn't let the day pass without finishing a chapter or two of her story. In college she met this professor who killed her passion for writing. This professor had told her that writing romance novels in Filipino was not something an intelligent person would do and that it was a waste of time. Maggie finished her degree in Psychology, got a job, and tried to forget about writing. But no amount of success in her day job could make her feel satisfied. She had realized that she would never ever get that satisfaction she was looking for unless she pursue writing again. So in March 2014, thanks to Wattpad, she began to chase her childhood dream again. And she has never been happier.