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Handsome, compulsive liar (Part 2)

The thing I loved about him was that he was protective and considerate. Once, he pulled me onto the sidewalk when there were on-coming cars. He didn’t mind walking on the roadside. When we reached my car, I kissed him passionately but he didn’t take advantage of me. Instead, he told me that there were people around and left.

I think it was in that moment when I lost control of myself that I began to lose him.

He then started asking me to go to a five-star hotel, text-messaged naughty messages very late at night and suggested we take a fun night ride to do naughty things together.

The problem is I was brought up in a traditional family, where pre-marital sex is forbidden. I told him that I didn’t want to have sex with him and that we needed to know each other better first.

After that, he asked me to play tennis with him but had to cancel because he had to go abroad. He didn’t contact me for a month.

My friends asked me to forget him. They told me handsome men are dangerous and that he must have tricked many other women.

In his Facebook page, he states that his weakness is women and he has many sexy women as friends.

My friends said he left because he never intended to have a long-term relationship with me. However, two female friends questioned my holding onto my virginity because they engage in pre-marital sex and do not see anything wrong with it.

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