검은 천사

가하
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 “지, 지금 무슨 소리 하시는 거예요? 이사님이 저한테 관심이 있으시다고요?”

 

 

복수를 위해 이원에이스 후계자인 이환에게 접근한 유민. 지나치게 매력적인 유민을 경계하면서도 그녀에게 사로잡힌 이환은 결혼을 결심하지만, 유민은 결혼식 전날 사라지고 말았다.

2년 후 그녀를 찾아낸 이환은 유민에게 차가운 미소를 짓는데…….

 

 

“이환 씨, 제발……. 이러지 말아요.”

그녀는 두 손으로 치부를 가리려 애쓰며 울부짖었다.

“아니면, 나를 적실 정도로 젖어 있던 네 몸도 거짓이었나? 그것까지도?”

“아, 아니에요! 아니야. 그건 아니에요. 절대로 아냐.”

참았던 눈물이 왈칵 쏟아져, 그의 얼굴이 흐릿하게 보였다. 목이 따끔거리고 가슴이 통증으로 화끈거렸다.

“그럼, 내가 여기서 널 가지면 안 되는 이유를 대봐.”

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에로티시즘과 로맨스 사이를 줄타기 하는 중.

 

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가하
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Published on
Mar 19, 2015
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Pages
322
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ISBN
9791129514769
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Language
Korean
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Romance / General
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