After her boyfriend breaks up with her on her birthday, Shelly Champman goes back home with her two friends to drown her sorrows in a bucket of ice cream and a sappy romance movie. She ends up criticizing the female lead of the movie, having an argument with her best friend, and driving out that night to a bar. She gets into an accident and wakes up in the bedroom of the female lead in the movie she had criticized. This time, she's the one who decides how the movie ends to get back home and meet her true love. How will Shelly, daddy's spoilt rich brat handle this task?View More
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Chapter NinetyShelly chuckled as her mom stepped out of the dressing room."How do I look, Shelly?"Kiara sniggered and Cindy turned away while Shelly scratched her head awkwardly.It's been two weeks since the fiasco with her late uncle—God bless his soul as he rots in hell— her mom had recovered thankfully nothing happened to the baby and she had gotten better from the knife wound, Cara and her son had left the States to Paris.Christmas was tomorrow and it was also her parents' wedding so they were doing some last minute shopping and preparations that included dressing testing at the last minute for her mom had gotten so round and fat it was getting difficult to find the wedding dress that will be a good fit for her.So currently, her mom was standing and twirling around in front of a mirror as she admired herself in the half-cut white dress that protruded her stomach in a very visible way that made it seem like
Chapter Eighty-NineRoy Champman paced up and down in the police station waiting to make a statement and get a police officer to take back to his house so whoever it was that attacked his wife could be arrested.He couldn't help but be scared and think about what could have possibly happened to her. He was so scared he didn't notice the woman that walked in with a young boy till she tapped him softly on the shoulders."Roy Champman?"He heard the soft timid voice as he turned around and saw the face of a woman that was once beautiful except for the fact that her face had a large scar that ran from her right eye through her left cheek. She was almost blinded by the scar but somehow the scar hadn't affected her eyes.With her short black curls and brown eyes, she looked oddly familiar. But when his eyes landed on the little boy of not less than seven years she was holding his eyes widened in shock.The baby was a splitting image
Chapter Eighty-EightShelly crept towards the house and stepped onto the patio. She turned the doorknob as gently as she could but found out it was locked!Mom never locks the door, she thought quietly.Shelly peered into the glass double door where the balcony was, her mom was fond of relaxing there due to her painting but when she took a closer look she saw that the balcony was empty. On a closer look, she saw signs of struggle as the chair—recliner seat—which her mom sits on to relax what turned upside down.She saw a scrap of her mom's favorite gown on the ground—she had bought the dress for her—lying close to the front door, her heart skipped a beat as she realized that maybe there was a pervert in their house.Fear gripping her heart, she stepped out of the house and went outside to see if there was any weapon she could at least arm herself with. Her stupid phone beeped and she hurriedly muted it before r
Chapter Eighty-SevenLucinda stepped into the sitting room. She wondered when Shelly would get back from her friend's place. She grabbed her phone and dialed Shelly number then when she didn't pick up, she dialed her husband's number.He picked on the second ring."Hello, beautiful," her husband's voice sounded in her ears. She smiled so happily."Hey, honey. What's the reason for your happy voice?""The fact that you called me," he replied. She could hear the grin from his voice."Awww, you're so sweet. I miss you, come back soon okay." He promised he would be back soon and she hanged up.She massaged her temples feeling a slight headache, she dialed the staff number but remembered they were asked to go on a vacation.Sighing softly, she stood up to get the pills her doctor recommended for her from her room."Oh, look who's heavy again!"A startled scream left her mouth when she whirled around and s
Chapter Eighty-SixWhat comes to your mind when you are being taken to go see your in-laws? Bonding?Well, turns out Kiara's in-laws aren't so big on bonding together with their daughter-in-law specifically Kiara."Why do you think you are the perfect woman for my son?"The sharp voice of Ed pulled Shelly from her thoughts. He was staring intently at Kiara and just as her friend opened her mouth to respond a gruff voice cut them off."I believe that question should be directed to your son!"Shelly and the others whirled around towards the direction of the voice and saw a maid scurrying away quickly while two people stepped into the sitting room.One aura was as dominating and intimidating as the other that is Kiara's father—she knew that by the smirk and smile on her face—and Adam's father had the same aura and personality, while Kiara's mom and Adam's mom were Adam's mom had a cold exterior, Kiara's mom had
Chapter Eighty-FiveOkay, Shelly was intimidated right now.If she thought Linda was scary well here comes the creator of scariness. Shelly stared at the 6ft5 man in his early fifties as he strode down the stairs, an aura of confidence and arrogance radiating off him.Oh, Kiara, let's run away already, Shelly pleaded in her inner mind."Why are you being rude to our guest, Selina?" His hard voice was heard again as he stood in front of them.Or maybe he's not that bad, Shelly thought."I..."He raised a palm in the air cutting off whatever his wife was about to say. Shelly was impressed by this."Come in, let's all have lunch together." He waved them over to the dining area while walking ahead of them.Shelly walked towards the dining admiring the beautiful gold dining seats and tables that were arranged neatly.The arrangements were very good although the dining seating arrangement looked like it wa
Chapter Eighty-FourShelly stared at Kiara, an amusing smile on her face."Why would you be scared of going to see your in-laws?"Kiara glared at her, "Don't even try and tease me right now I'm not in that mood."Shelly groaned, "Why do I have to be the one to come with you I'm tired of meeting parents!"Kiara smirked, "Oh no that's not good! My parents are on the way so you will also meet them.""Mommy, isn't that bullying?"The tiny voice of Cassie at the doorway snapped Kiara out of her maniacally laughter."Bullying? Why would you say that?" She asked her daughter with a small smile trying to look innocent."Well, you told me that forcing someone to do something they don't want to do is bullying," she replied with a frown."Oh, but I'm not forcing your aunty to do anything," Kiara insisted.Cassie shook her head, "Nope, ask aunty Shelly nicely I'm sure she would go with you."Kiara
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