The Missing Piece Novel, a danmei story written by Kun Yi Wei Lou set in modern times
Ever since an incident three years ago, art school graduate Shen Mo hasn’t been able to paint with his right hand. He’s currently working a desk job in a company owned by the Ji family, one of the wealthiest families in the city. Unbeknownst to his coworkers, however, he has a far more important role: the fake lover of the Ji family’s young CEO, Ji Mingxuan.
Even the perfectionist, Ji Mingxuan makes Shen Mo put on the full act, both in public and in the bedroom. Their fake relationship continues this way, until Ji Mingxuan’s sister returns from abroad with her boyfriend—Shen Mo’s ex.
Once the four are reunited, the nightmares that Shen Mo has tried so desperately to escape catch up to him at last.
As the lovers’ acting becomes more and more real, Shen Mo begins to learn about the things that Ji Mingxuan is keeping from him, as well as the truth of what really happened three years ago.
Only one question left: *What will become of a love founded on pretense?*
The Missing Piece Novel Market Edition is the Retailer or Market Version, which is different from the Publisher Edition. The differences between these editions are the cover finishing, and sometimes, the number of volumes. Market Edition does not have any inclusions. On the other hand, the Publisher Version has inclusions and is only available during the pre-order period.
From the beautiful minds of Kun Yi Wei Lou (Author), Lea Chung K (Translator), and Michaela Mercury (Editor)
Quotes by Kun Yi Wei Lou:
“Entranced by pleasure, Shen Mo’s body grew soft. Ji Mingxuan hugged Shen Mo’s waist with one hand and lifted the dirtied fingers of his other hand toward Shen Mo’s mouth. Shen Mo was about to lick the slender fingers when he heard Ji Mingxuan laugh and say toward the door, “Zhou Yang, have you seen enough?”
“Those who wore matching rings weren’t necessarily lovers. Those who lay on the same bed didn’t necessarily know each other’s hearts. They slept together yet dreamed of different things.”
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