That’s quite a long name, which is, in short, let me be the bride and be delighted for once. Phew! This lakorn adapted from the novel under the same name, from the author of Kha Ba-din. I hope Great and Matt won’t disappoint us.
“When you don’t have a hundred-thousand million in your pocket, you are just an arrogant woman…no one wants you as his wife!”
“Uncle Pur, just stop seeing me as a little kid already!”
“You turned me into some kind of trash once again!”
“You think I can’t feel the hurt or pain?!”
“Vi-var is the most precious thing, it’s my duty to protect her and make sure no harms come her way.”
“Uncle Pur, a man like you do everything for WannaDamRong’s assets.”
“I will marry Vi-var!”
This is a pretty intense teaser and I have no ideas what it’s about. I have the novel with me and only know that the heroine owns a successful wedding studio named ‘WanVivar Wedding’ (WanVivar or Vivar is her name) and she wishes to wear the most exquisite wedding gown once she found the one. Chapter One started off with a question – “Miss, do you wish to be someone’s bride?” a staff of a wedding studio calls out while handing out the brochures.
There’s another book from the same author Kor Pen Nang’ek (heroine) Sak Khrang Hai Cheun-jai (let me be a heroine and be delighted for once) which I finished. The heroine is the younger sister of this lakorn’s heroine and she dreams to be a heroine in a story she chooses. It’s different and more a fantasy/horror romance for me (heard another channel bought the license to make it a TV-series).