Chitchaba, who is the only daughter of a millionaire businessman, just graduated from abroad and returns to Thailand. Her father commits suicide after he gambles away their mansion to a man named Patawee. As a result she becomes Patawee's mistress and embarks on a trail of revenge. Little to her knowledge Patawee has plans of his own.
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chachiba who is greiving and loved her father so much would do anything to have this last part of him agrees. Wee begins Raping her, stalking her freaking out whenever she is close to another guy.
He plans to get revenge using her as her father is dead and she is his blood. One part of this show really made me laugh when Chachiba comes home from running one morning and Wee grabs her because she is wearing shorts and basically running clothes and accuses her of seducing men. And she tells him he is the only creep around basically. Chachiba is no weak willed lily she really gives it back to people when they treat her poorly I loved Kwan as Chachiba she nailed this role. The weak damsel role never really suited her. Tui is good as the rugged Mysterious Millionaire his sick fiance had me waiting for her to die.
Watch this if you want to see some hard core slap kiss
This is not for the light hearten but it is really well acted out
the story is not anything new but kwan and Tui bring a freshness to their respective roles
The acting was phenomenal.
The female lead wasn't a damsel in distress like in most lakorns, she was a surprise, i was expecting a innocent, naive, quiet girl but no.
even the 2nd lead female+mother couldn't outwit her, such a refreshing character
Great main lead, i like the fact that he wasn't too mean toward the female mc, obviously he hated her at the start but the "hate" fades away in ep 3-4.
the plot is not original but well executed, the editing was good,
the music was ok, nothing especial.
re-watch value: i might watch it someday just for female lead.
overall: it was a really well done Thai drama, the only flaw was the lack of romance; don't get me wrong, there are some good romantic parts but i wanted more.