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The Ice Princess [On Hold]

The Ice Princess [On Hold]

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sweetblunch By sweetblunch Updated Aug 31, 2014

Vivienne Grey was living a fairy tale life. As the adopted daughter of the richest and most powerful man in New York City she is called as the modern Cinderella of the Manhattan society. But she was still haunted by her painful childhood and she makes sure to keep everyone at arms’ length. Left outside the mansion of the Vanderbilt family by her mother when she was still young, Vivienne turned as cold and as harsh as winter of New York. She already map-out everything in her life including marrying the sole heir of the Vanderbilt family. But her perfect plan trampled on the arrival of the half-Greek troubled illegitimate son of her adopted father, Eros Kouros. His icy blue-eyes held hatred and scorn for the world—especially to the Vanderbilt family and everyone related to the man who ruined his mother’s future by getting her pregnant and leaving her alone. How could Vivienne live with him in the same house and study at the same school when they both hated each other’s gut?

MysteryPhoenix1 MysteryPhoenix1 Dec 04, 2016
This reminds me of a story...Chrystos, also greek. Chatsfield series I think. Not a Wattpad book, though
EvilDisney EvilDisney Feb 06, 2016
Lol imagine if she was his sister or cousin XD 
                              lol awkward
Crazy_Dream Crazy_Dream Oct 25, 2016
With his other children or where his other children resided?;P
rowlandsmith rowlandsmith Jul 17, 2015
vivian and euros can't stand each other but will have to get along because of euros father loves vivian but he could've spare his illegitimate son any attention,clothes,food and money for him and his mom.this is pretty heartless of his father to do that to him.
fragileliu fragileliu May 04, 2015
Wow! I just felt like i was re-reading the same chapter until the end part...
beatlesroad beatlesroad Apr 08, 2015
These two characters understand each others nonverbal communication a little to well for just meeting and growing up in completely different cultures.