Burning Passion: Love Never Dies
img img Burning Passion: Love Never Dies img Chapter 1 The Divorce Agreement
Chapter 18 Video img
Chapter 19 To New York img
Chapter 20 Did She Meet Her Match img
Chapter 21 Carlos Flirting With Debbie img
Chapter 22 Carlos Knew The Truth img
Chapter 23 Moving In img
Chapter 24 Driving To University img
Chapter 25 Not A Real Boy img
Chapter 26 Brother img
Chapter 27 Headquarters Of Hilton Group img
Chapter 28 The Apologetic Meal img
Chapter 29 Burnt img
Chapter 30 The Present img
Chapter 31 Who Bullied My Girlfriend img
Chapter 32 Tomboy What The Hell img
Chapter 33 I Want To Apologize To You img
Chapter 34 A Fight img
Chapter 35 He Deserved It img
Chapter 36 Rebellious img
Chapter 37 Away From Carlos, The Lecturer img
Chapter 38 My Dear img
Chapter 39 The Punishment img
Chapter 40 In The Cemetery img
Chapter 41 I'm A Married Man img
Chapter 42 He Is So Handsome img
Chapter 43 I'm Your Husband img
Chapter 44 The Dancing Class img
Chapter 45 An English Class img
Chapter 46 The English Lesson img
Chapter 47 You Win img
Chapter 48 Back From Singapore img
Chapter 49 Having A Headache img
Chapter 50 The Truth Was Out img
Chapter 51 Shame On Her img
Chapter 52 A Good Kisser img
Chapter 53 They Deceived Me Together img
Chapter 54 A Conflict img
Chapter 55 No One Is Allowed To Leave img
Chapter 56 Kneel Down And Apologize img
Chapter 57 You Need To Do Nothing But Count The Money img
Chapter 58 A Petty Man img
Chapter 59 Do You Live With A Man img
Chapter 60 What A Surprise! img
Chapter 61 Make Outs and VIP Cards img
Chapter 62 Chapter You Are Worth Ten Billion img
Chapter 63 Take Off Your Shoes img
Chapter 64 I’m Married img
Chapter 65 Busted img
Chapter 66 Appease Your Husband img
Chapter 67 At The Cinema img
Chapter 68 A Broken Heart img
Chapter 69 Coming For Her img
Chapter 70 Smash The Damn Store img
Chapter 71 Male Chauvinist img
Chapter 72 Do You Dare Mention Carlos img
Chapter 73 You Are Not Going To Marry Gail img
Chapter 74 Wear Dresses More Often img
Chapter 75 This Is My Wife img
Chapter 76 Watch Out For Megan img
Chapter 77 The Fight img
Chapter 78 The Gift img
Chapter 79 Jealousy Reared Its Head img
Chapter 80 Three Terms img
Chapter 81 Step Barefoot On A Porcupine img
Chapter 82 Give Him A Slap In The Face img
Chapter 83 The Slap img
Chapter 84 I'm Sorry img
Chapter 85 An Innocent Man img
Chapter 86 Be Good To Yourself img
Chapter 87 Wounded img
Chapter 88 Falling In Love img
Chapter 89 Seduction img
Chapter 90 In The Hospital img
Chapter 91 Be Careful img
Chapter 92 Carlos, I Like You img
Chapter 93 I’ve Heard What You Said img
Chapter 94 Let's Go Home img
Chapter 95 What Are You Trying To Buy img
Chapter 96 How Could You img
Chapter 97 You Don't Need A Wife img
Chapter 98 Are You Trying To Apologize img
Chapter 99 Let Me Warm You Up img
Chapter 100 My Willful Wife img
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Burning Passion: Love Never Dies

Paule Ree
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Chapter 1 The Divorce Agreement

"Philip, this is the divorce agreement. I've already signed it. Please give it to Carlos."

Debbie Nelson plucked up her courage and handed the signed agreement to Philip Brown, the steward of the Hilton family.

Philip was shocked by the words "divorce agreement". His first thought was that Debbie wanted to get a divorce so as to carve up the property that belonged to Carlos Hilton.

But as he looked through the document, he saw that she wanted to give up everything, including her share of the mutual property.

Philip heaved a heavy sigh. "Debbie, why are you being ridiculous? Why would you want to divorce Mr. Hilton and even choose to give up your property?"

Debbie was only a college student, and she had no parents. It was unwise for her to ask for a divorce now, much less give up her property that was worth quite a fortune.

Embarrassed, Debbie looked away and scratched the back of her head. "Carlos and I have been married for three years, but our marriage only exists on paper. I don't want to waste my time on him anymore," she admitted, instead of hiding the reason from Philip.

She had a life of her own. She did not want this nominal marriage to take her youth.

In her eyes, Carlos was merely a stranger whom she had never met literally, so she had nothing to lose if she let him go. Besides, this marriage was arranged by her late parents. She had no feelings for it at all.

"I see. It seems that you've already made up your mind. Today... No. I will give this to Mr. Hilton tomorrow."

Debbie let out a sigh of relief. "Thank you, Philip," she uttered with a lovely smile on her face.

Philip stood up to leave. But before he took a step, he turned to Debbie and stated, "Debbie, Mr. Hilton is a good man. In my opinion, you two are a perfect match. I hope you think it through again."

'A perfect match?' Debbie repeated in her mind. But she had not even seen her husband in the past three years. Even if they were a perfect match, so what?

A bitter smile formed on her lips. She took a deep breath and firmly replied, "Phillip, I've made up my mind."

The next afternoon, Phillip still had not received a call from Debbie. He had expected her to regret her hasty decision to get a divorce or at least add some conditions to the agreement. However, she did not.

Resigned, Philip took out his phone and dialed a number. As soon as he was connected to Carlos, he said, "Mr. Hilton, there's a document that needs your signature."

"What kind of document?" Carlos asked indifferently.

Philip hesitated for a moment before answering, "It's... a divorce agreement."

Carlos, who was dealing with some papers in his office, stiffened.

It was only then that he remembered he had a wife.

As Phillip received no response from the other end of the line, he suggested, "Mr. Hilton, why don't you talk with Mrs. Hilton about it?"

"How much does she want?" Carlos asked coldly.

"Nothing. She even wishes to give up her share of your mutual property."

"She wants to give up everything?"

"That's right. But Mr. Hilton, I would like to remind you that your father is not in good health at the moment. If he finds out about this, he will lose his temper again. What's more, if the news that your wife has abandoned you spreads, I'm afraid it will leave a bad impact on you and the company," Philip concluded calmly.

"Very well. Put the agreement in my office. I'll return to Alorith in two days."

"Yes, Mr. Hilton." Philip did not dare to say anything more.

After all, once Carlos had made up his mind, nobody could change his decision.

In the Blue Night Bar in Alorith.

As the night fell, more and more young people entered the bar.

Debbie usually wore casual clothes. But since today was her birthday, she had decided to wear a pink dress trimmed with lace. It was unusual for her to dress like a lady. Several classmates of hers pulled out their phones and took pictures with her.

While they were enjoying the party, a fat drunkard appeared out of nowhere and wrapped an arm around Debbie's waist.

"Hey, beautiful lady. Let's also take a photo."

As the man sexually harassed her, Debbie slapped him across the face with all her strength.

The drunkard sobered up in an instant. He gritted his teeth in anger and walked closer, intending to teach Debbie a lesson.

Fortunately, her classmates stood in front of her to protect her.

Debbie was a sheer beauty. This was not the first time she had experienced being harassed by filthy men.

One of Debbie's classmates looked at the drunkard up and down and commented with utter disdain, "Can you behave yourself? It's embarrassing for an old man like you to annoy a young girl."

"Next time, look at yourself in the mirror before you leave your house. How did you have the nerve to take a picture with a decent lady? You sick fuck," another mocked.

The man was enraged that the group of young people insulted his appearance. Fuming with anger, he put down his drink and bellowed, "How dare you?! I won't let you off!"

As soon as he said those words, he waved his hand. Soon, a group of hooligans surrounded Debbie and her classmates.

Those who had attended Debbie's birthday were her college students. Afraid they would make trouble for themselves, they did not dare to fight off campus.

Meanwhile, Debbie's eyes widened in horror upon realizing that they were outnumbered by those hooligans. So, without hesitation, she shouted, "Run!"

Her classmates were also aware that this was not the right time to be a hero. Without wasting a second, they picked up their bags and bolted.

The hooligans chased them around in all directions.

Unfortunately for Debbie, she could not run fast as she was wearing a dress and high heels. She got separated from her companions before she could even reach the exit.

Because of this, she took off her shoes and ran barefoot.

When she turned a corner, she suddenly caught sight of a familiar figure.

Meanwhile, the hooligans were getting closer. Debbie, who was a bit tipsy, had no time to think of a plan, so she just threw herself into the man's arms and held him in desperation. "Honey!" she called in the most coquettish voice that she could muster.