Editor's Pick

Exchange My Life for Yur Heart

by Karrin

May 16 2023

She was desperate and wanted to ask him to save her life, but he said: Cecilia, I hate you ......

Keep scrolling to read the sample of Exchange My Life for Yur Heart or download the app to read the entire series

"Sir, will you be attending the funeral?"

He raised his head, puzzled. "Whose funeral?"

"Your wife's."


Ever since Cecilia laid eyes on Theodore at the age of seventeen, her existence revolved around him. She wept for him, she laughed for him.

Three years ago, her wish came true as she became his wife, only to be perceived by him as a venomous woman.

For the past six years, her sole focus had been loving him. Only now did she realize that she had imprisoned herself for these six years, in a cage called love. She was touched by her own love, but didn't realize that her love was a burden for others.

Therefore, the time had come for her to release her grip, to set him, and herself free.

As she bid farewell to Luke, she breathed a sigh of relief that she would no longer burden anyone.

The past memories flooded into her mind.

Countless nights, Theodore would return home and forcefully pinned her beneath. His haunting words echoed in her ears.

"Cecilia Payne,you shameless woman, truly sickening!"

"Cecilia, you evil woman! All your are suffering now is your retribution! You deserve nothing but death!"

"Cecilia, why don't you just leave from my world!"


He relentlessly tormented her, time and time again. She only felt the profound pain in her heart, a pain that numbed her from bottom to the top.

Theodore Heimann, you truly detest me to such an extent?

With these thoughts consuming her, Cecilia sent a brief message to Theodore. [Please spare my mother after my death.]

His words lashed at her like relentless curses, resounding in her ears. "leave my world!"

Cecilia stood by the window, gazing out at the moonlit world. What a stunning view!


Abruptly, her body quivered, overwhelmed by despair, and she took a leap forward.

The chilling wind pierced through her very being, tousling her long hair into disarray. Still, she wore a smile, a smile drenched in melancholy.

Reader Reviews


so far this book is really awesome in my opinion😊

Shekara Gwillim, 19th June

Facebook Group


Honestly I think this app is great. I use it pretty much everyday and I love it.

Steffie Cliff, 22th June

App Store Review


I really can’t get enough of this app. I spend most of my time reading, even at work. I just need a little taste of a chapter. The authors of the books are geniuses, I am sooo appreciative of their efforts.

Kimberley Mills, 9th July

Facebook Group