Scarlette perceives herself marrying a respectable and loving man someday but when her family undergoes economic crisis she knows she doesn’t have any choice but to save her family even if it means marrying a total stranger.
And marrying a Casanova who loves having girls around him, messing around them and later ditch each one of them like a used play toy is entirely a different story for Scarlette.
So when the Casanova himself warns her not to fall in love with him, Scarlette knows she hasn't even dreamed of it, yet Scarlette views her Casanova fiancé as a mystery and at the same time a puzzle to be solved.
Will she able to resist herself not to fall in love with her Casanova fiancé when she finds herself getting drawn into him in a way she cannot imagine, though at times in irritation?
What about the Casanova's drama of avoiding the love of his fiancée? Is there really a big deal in Casanova's life causing him to be that way?
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