Thai BL novel -------------- When a straight CEO ( who is also a former mafia ) falls in love with a pathetic gay man. San is a successful young CEO. He looks perfect in everyone's eyes, his appearance, his height, and body shape but unfortunately he doesn't have a lover. San is no longer interested in any relationships since his girlfriend died of cancer. Until Wil comes into his world. Their first meeting at a bar where San picked up his drunk brother and he saved Wil from a man who wanted to disturb him. Since that night Wil's sad face was deeply engraved in his mind. And their second meeting still in the same bar. San saved Wil again but this time from his ex-boyfriend. At first, San thought he just wanted to help Wil out of pity. But the longer Wil is next to him the more San wants to have him. It turns out San has fallen in love with him without realizing it. Wil is the son of a bankrupt businessman. After his father's company went bankrupt, Wil had to work hard for his family. His father was a gambler and drinker. Since his father knew he was gay his father could not accept Wil and always beat him. The worst is that his boyfriend cheated on his money and married a woman. Wil became afraid of falling in love with a straight man. But he can't dodge someone and that person is San. Wil tried to control his heart to San because San once told him don't ever fall in love with him because he did not into men which makes Wil on blind date countless time but it didn't help at all instead made San extremely angry. You can't choose who you will fall in love with? Thai honorifics. Khun ( or I put as K. ) Thai given names are preceded by Khun (Mr. Mrs. or Miss), unless they carry a higher degree, such as doctor. Khun is used for men and women, married or single. If you don't know a person's name, address them as Khun Pi (or I put as P. ), is used as respect when addressing older people. But it can be used as respect when addressing people younger than you if there is a need for respect. Ai is for men . They can be used to make up insults or the speaker doesn't need to be polite toward them Nong is for younger sister or brother Po : Father Khun Ya : Grandma Mae : Mother --------------------------------------------------------------- Thai Greetigns "Sawadee krub. “ if you are male and “Sawadee ka“ if you are female .