Closer Little Spy


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Having a strong sense of justice is really very vexing.

Always lending money to others, and never having anything left for savings.

Helping her neighbors, she was left saddled with a debt of 10 million TWD!

The only way is to sell the B & B, which she’d put her heart and soul into.

But the buyer showed disdained for her beloved B & B.

She had no choice but to sneak into his company, to find some leverage.

Then she will use this as a bargaining chip, forcing him to buy the B & B —

Before coming into contact with him, she thought he was an unscrupulous businessman who was a mental nutcase.

Growing closer, she discovered that he is actually very kind, and also very concerned about her……

She thought, he must never find out she is there to spy.

Sneaking into enemy territory and failing to steal anything confidential.

But ended up losing something more valuable instead……

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Related Series
Sweet Heart in Honeyed Desire (1)
The Heartbeat at the Tip of the Tongue (1)
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nixxara rated it
June 11, 2016
Status: epilogue
Good story to read to pass time. :)
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dysry rated it
April 9, 2016
Status: --
Conned into a crippling debt, the female lead is sent by her father to spy on the male lead as a last resort. Only to fall for him as they interact more. The female lead is not the smartest (which is why she ends up in awkward situations) but she is a good person with sound morals and a headstrong personality, without coming off as too sharp/stubborn. While the male lead acts outwardly cold due to his position and past but is actually a gentle and caring person. Their relationship... more>> is cute and affectionate and their interactions are mostly lighthearted.

As long as you don’t expect too much, the story delivers what it needs to, placing likeable characters into a short and silly scenario. It’s not the most outstanding but it does cover all the essentials of a good story without dragging it out.

Given her strong sense of justice, it was a little weird how easily she decided to try (and fail) at setting up the male character, though any really deep emotional struggles wouldn’t really fit into the tone of the story.
However I was impressed with how they handled the lecher – usually Asian stories just ignore them, or make a deal that’s suitable for the characters, leaving the lecher free to molest other people.

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paputsza rated it
November 26, 2017
Status: --
I finished it. It wasn’t bad. Very well translated also. The end got kind of cheesy though. At some point the male love interest said “you have stolen here” while pointing to his heart completely unironically. I mostly read yaoi and so this is exactly the type of heterosexuality I don’t want to have shoved in my face. The thing that really got on my nerves is that the epilogue seems like a setup for an equally mundane sequel of another group of childhood friends.
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maiha-sama rated it
July 27, 2017
Status: epilogue
This ones a short, breezy read. Nothing too complicated or requiring emotional investment. Although I find it crazy irresponsible that a father asked his daughter to be a 'spy' in order to clean up his royal mess. Apart from that piece of senselessness, it was quite adorable to see the main couple interact.


I can only say its lucky she turned out to be his childhood love. I'm not sure who would be willing to be with someone who was out to blackmail them at the outset.

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