Oh, thank you! I sincerely just wanted to share because I liked the premise of this story and enjoyed reading it. I'm just glad there are others who feel the same. What I like about it (compared with the MLs from positively yours and business proposal) is that they hit the nail on the head with the outwardly cold, business-like CEO. So much so that in the manhwa many perceive him as a plain jerk. It'll be so hard to emphathize with him without his backstory and without looking at his internal motivations and conflicts. He wasn't expressive in the beginning and just got things done without much flair. Gradually though, as the story progressed, he opened himself up and that ultimately made his relationship with the FL a lot better. The novel did that well and it was just great to read. I found that lacking in the other stories where the MLs, although they have moments of doubt, are portrayed as confident and self-assured. Their emotional journeys are also fairly quickly resolved. I also like the FL here because she's practical, and quite emotionally distant too in the beginning. When she decided she was done being her family's pawn, she went ahead and divorced the ML and just up and left her father's family. She did what needed to be done for her job, and when there was trouble because of their relationship, she was willing to suffer alone for the option that will give them the least complicated, albeit painful, resolution. She's honest and business-like, similar with the ML too. She's upfront and didn't have to resort to lies or silly pretentions. Their characters are mature and plainly acted that way. The drama is in the situations they found themselves in and not because they're dramatic. And did I mention I like the premise? LOL. Two people in a marriage borne out of business. Throughout their first marriage they held no romantic views about their relationship. It wasn't until they separated and saw each other again that they realized the thing between them. It's a nice story.