The Sweet Pursuit
Suzy Shirley and George Laine had been married for three years, but the two had never met, and very few people knew about it.
At night, Suzy was the president’s wife, lying inside George’s villa, cuddling with his dog and on the sofa that he personally designed. In the daytime, Suzy was the private tutor George hired, who took wages from him, and was at his mercy as he enslaved her.
Nonetheless, even though Suzy could be at George’s mercy, others should not dream of it. If someone insulted her, he would be there to support her. If anyone else bullied her, he would beat the person to a pulp and obliterate them!
Gradually, everyone noticed that George was treating Suzy differently, a kind of concern and care an elder generation had toward a younger generation, but different. The guy seemed so sweet and filled with adornment toward the girl. George was a devilish tyrant who had left his evil past behind, but for her, he became firm and ruthless once more!
Some had even noticed Suzy’s changes as well. For example, as someone from an ordinary family, she actually wore luxurious jewelry worth millions of dollars. Someone even said to her in envy, “Her sugar daddy must be rich!”
Yet, Suzy looked back at them in disdain and scorned, “Sorry but this is from my own personal brand!”