Irresistibly Evil

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What would you do, if you're destined to marry the guy you hate the most?
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Zara's life was full of miseries. When she was young, she had to face her mom's tragic death. But like most people, her mom died after pronouncing her wish; she wanted Zara to marry her best friend's son. But apparently, Zara and the guy didn't get along well. There was a strong atmosphere of hate in between them. But she couldn't see anyway of escaping this, because:

a) she didn't want to break her dad's heart
b) she didn't want to be the reason for her mom's wish to be left unsuccessful.

What would she do?

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Irresistibly Evil

Submitted: April 02, 2016

S Y N O P S I S I was betrothed. But to whom, I didn't know. My mom's last wish was to get me married to one of her best frie... Read Chapter

o n e

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"He told he's already in a relationship," Laura moaned, lying flat on my bed. "I asked him out like a fool and now I feel like crap." ... Read Chapter

t w o

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"Here you go," Laura said, giving a piece of paper. "What is it?" I asked, furrowing my eyebrows in confusion. It was the lunch b... Read Chapter

t h r e e

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"Representing how electrons are fulfilled in the respective energy levels from the one nearest to the nucleus of an atom and outwards is ... Read Chapter

f o u r

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Though I was at fault for lying to my best friend, something in me kept blaming Rashard. I was mad at him for rejecting Laura. She was a ... Read Chapter

f i v e

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"Is everyone aware about the camp we've organized?" A random teacher popped her head into our Biology class. A few of the students no... Read Chapter

s i x

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When I was thirteen, my mother's cancer state got severe. Before she took her last breath, she pronounced her wish. I was sobbing on her ... Read Chapter

s e v e n

Submitted: April 02, 2016

When I was thirteen, my mother's cancer state got severe. Before she took her last breath, she pronounced her wish. I was sobbing on her ... Read Chapter

e i g h t

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I was surrounded by a bunch of bullies. And it was only nine in the morning. Here's the good news: all of them were girls. Bad ne... Read Chapter

n i n e

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"Two days more for the camp!" The girl beside me squealed excitedly. "I heard they're gonna put us into teams and have a lot of competi... Read Chapter

t e n

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Fiona was right. Our first stop was at the festival outside a famous museum in New Hampshire. Before we left the bus, we were given i... Read Chapter

e l e v e n

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A stage was set up at the center of the grounds outside the museum, and people were crowded around it. Suddenly, a dancer steps into ... Read Chapter

t w e l v e

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I sat on a chair in the corner of the Dee's and drummed my fingers on the tables, feeling very usually stressed. The first time I got thi... Read Chapter

t h i r t e e n

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For every ten students, they distributed one tent. And here was the best part; since Mareena and I were the only Muslim girls, we got one... Read Chapter

f o u r t e e n

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We were assembled to have our breakfast when our teacher-in-charge informed us that we would be going to the Hampton beach in the after... Read Chapter

f i f t e e n

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 I walked by the beach, keeping Laura in sight. I was waiting for the perfect moment to apologize. Laura pulled the zip of her lea... Read Chapter

s i x t e e n

Submitted: April 02, 2016

Where did you go?" I asked Mareena once she came back. "I went to check the resort," she said. "It's pretty cool, and almost empty. W... Read Chapter

s e v e n t e e n

Submitted: April 02, 2016

When I opened my eyes, I saw a bunch of girls changing. For the first time, no one looked at me weirdly. No one glared. I brought my hand... Read Chapter

e i g h t e e n

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It was dark.  We were sitting in a huge circle around a camp fire. I was seated cross-legged with my head lazily placed on Maree... Read Chapter

n i n e t e e n

Submitted: April 02, 2016

As soon as I reached home the following day, I climbed on the bed and spent half of my day there. That is, obviously after conveying my sala... Read Chapter

t w e n t y

Submitted: April 02, 2016

Gorgeous. Yes, that was the word. Dad said that he had purchased the blue gown for me as a present, and he was expecting me to wear i... Read Chapter