Devil in Disguise

Will his dark secrets tear them apart from their fated love?

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Benjamin Evans’s destiny doesn’t seem to belong to him. His parents have arranged for him to marry Yuna Vasquez, the daughter of their new business partners—something he instantly refuses. But when he meets the beautiful Yuna in a chaotic marketplace five years later, his decision about the arranged marriage changes.

At first, Yuna is charmed by Benjamin’s vibrant personality, but when he suddenly plants a kiss on her, she is shocked and decides never to see him again!

Devil in Disguise is a light-hearted romance novella set in the Philippines about two young people destined to be together. However, even with a spark, secrets must first be revealed to truly make their relationship work.

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“Put me down!” Yuna screamed, embarrassed from the looks and whispers of the people in the hotel lobby outside the restaurant.

“But you’re going to run away the moment I do,” Benjamin said.

Yuna chuckled. “Are you stupid? Of course, I will.”

“There you have it.”

“What?”

“The answer as to why I’m still carrying you,” he said. And though Yuna couldn’t see his face, she had a feeling he still had that satisfied smirk.

“Wait! Where are you going?” Yuna froze when she saw the check-in desk. “Stop!” she demanded, hitting and scratching Benjamin’s back. It was too late, Benjamin already stood in front of the surprised receptionist, who didn’t seem to know what to say.

Yuna tried her best to raise her body, hoping to ask the receptionist for help, but Benjamin tightened his grip on the back of her knees.

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“Don’t worry, Miss. My fiancée and I are simply having some issues. We would like to have some privacy. So, if I could please get my room key. It’s three-zero-five.”

“Okay, sir.” The receptionist went to get the key and handed it to Benjamin. “Enjoy your stay!” she said cheerfully.

He looked back to check on Yuna, and she saw the warning in his eyes before he turned back to the receptionist. “Yes, we will.”

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