Love or Trap

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Love or Trap? novel is a romance story about Iris Parker and Lucas. You can read this novel online on Bravonovel and keep track of the latest chapters

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All of a sudden, dark clouds covered the starry night sky; a violent storm was impending. Such was the weather in June—gloomy and ever-changing. However, Iris Parker wasn’t sleepy at all as she flipped through the photo album in her hands. She even smiled blissfully from time to time. She had yet to change out of her clothes. Thus, she remained dressed in her wedding gown, which matched the décor of the room. It was her wedding day today. After running around all day, she finally had time to sit down and have a good look at her wedding photos. It had only taken three short days from the time she received the photo album to the wedding day. Everything seemed so rushed, but she didn’t care. She was content just to be with her beloved. The smile of the man in the photo was as dazzling as usual. He had a dignified appearance, and his eyes made him look handsome. That’s my husband—Dexter Watson. We saw the guests off a while back, so why isn’t Dexter here yet? Did he have something else to deal with? She felt extremely uneasy inside the room. Putting down the photo album, she paced about in front of the window. She didn’t know how long she paced back and forth, but Dexter was still nowhere to be seen. Then, her phone screen brightened suddenly. Picking it up, she glanced at it and couldn’t help grinning widely. ‘Poppet, take your time. You have a long road ahead of you; don’t spend all your energy just on tonight.’ It was a message from Alice Palmer. The contents of the message were clearly poking fun at her, but she was used to it and decided to ignore it. I have a lot of time in the future to teach that silly girl a lesson; I am in no rush to do it now. After all, a woman’s first time is priceless. Even I know this; doesn’t Dexter understand that? Just then, the door was pushed open with a bang. The sound pulled her out of her reverie. “Dexter, are you alright?” Dexter entered the room somewhat unsteadily. Despite that, he was still wearing his suit properly—not one bit of his clothes was out of place. Still, that was in line with his personality. He would rather bleed profusely from his head than mess up his clothes. “I’m fine.” His chilly voice stabbed into her heart. What’s wrong? Shouldn’t he be happy on our wedding night? Watching as he tottered toward the bed, she hastily closed her eyes. She had been looking forward to this moment for a long time now. They had gotten into a relationship when they were still in university. Unlike other couples, they had never left the university in their free time, let alone shared any form of physical intimacy. At the time, I considered him a man worthy of entrusting my life to. But, he probably values integrity above all else. She could even feel the heat of his breath mixed with the strong scent of alcohol coming toward her. In the next moment, this man will probably strip my clothes off, piece by piece. Tonight, I will become his. Then, a blast of cold air hit her. Feeling confused, she hurriedly opened her eyes and saw that he had picked up the blankets covering her and clamped them under his arm. “Dexter?”

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