The Yearning Heart-Starring Mark K & Benz N Chapter 13 & Epilogue Updated


sarNie Juvenile
Chapter 9: Part 1

Wat stared down at his beautiful wife in his bed. She looked so peaceful and was snuggled close to him. He carried her back upstairs last night without protest after their wild lovemaking in the study. Hoping to continue their intimate moment, he realized Dao was already asleep in his arms. Hating to wake her he placed her in his room and held her throughout the whole night. Sleep finally overtook him as well even though he ached to make love to her once more.

Now in the early daylight, kissing her soundly on the temple, he couldn’t imagine married life without her. He didn’t know when it happened but she imprinted on his heart. He was in love with his wife. She was stubborn, opinionated, and acted like a pit-bull when it came to her nephew and her family. He only wished she focused that energy on him. He hasn’t been the easiest to live with but a man wanted a wife that showed warmth and caring towards him, he could wait for love from her. The only time she didn’t spew hate at him was when he made love to her.

He smiled, as she in her dreams was trying to seek warmth from his body. He stroked her back as she continued to dream. The phone rang suddenly, who was calling at this early hour and on the weekend and he frowned reaching over to answer.

“Hello? Who are you looking for? My wife, who is this? Do you not know it’s Saturday, people spend time together, not working if you want to know.” With that Wat hung up.

Dao sat up.”Who was that? Was it for me? Oh yes, I am expecting a call. How could you that was our prospective customer. Was it Mr Pet Wongwit?”

“Does it matter? We have better things to do then business. Come here.” Wat rolled atop her and intended to continue what he was anticipating for since last night. Dao squealed from his assault. She didn’t fight him, it was pointless.


As the couple came downstairs that same morning, Aunt Lily was waiting. She had a look of irritability.

‘I don’t know what gave you the right to cause such mischief with my friend, I won’t allow it. Wat, you know Pim has shown her interest in you. Don’t tell me you are afraid of your wife? This marriage is temporary, Pim has connections too if you want to expand the business. As well there are some issues happening at Chiang Rai so you need to visit there soon.” She looked from her nephew to her niece in law.

Dao didn’t want to bother with the conversation. How could this woman interfere in their marriage, be it temporary, she didn’t want drama to be part of her life, being married to Wat wasn't a walk in the park.

“Chiang Rai? P’Wat you know we have been married for a while now, it would be nice if we take a honeymoon, no honey?” Dao wrapped her arm around his waist.

Wat took full advantage of his wife’s spite. He squeezed her tight.

“That sounds like an amazing idea, let’s leave now. Aunt Sila can start packing Dao.”

Dao made a face. What did she put herself up for? Wat readily agreed.

Aunt Lily stormed out of the house. Dao’s plan backfired, now she had to go on a honeymoon with her husband. He was already showing his enthusiasm towards her. Dao was not looking forward to her time spent alone with her husband. She had so much to do at work, especially since this morning, Wat had blown off her new investor. Where was his sense of business and tactfulness?

Upstairs, Dao watched her aunt Sila and the maid pack her belongings into a suitcase for their spontaneous honeymoon. Her thoughts scattered, wondering how best to worm her way out of this trip. Wat was downstairs organizing their transportation. It would be just the two of them for the long ride up north. They’ve never really had much time alone. Maybe she should concede and try to understand her new husband better. He hasn’t been all bad, trying hard to get on her good side. The past played a part in her opinions of him but in hindsight things happen for a reason and he was also not responsible for his father’s actions. Just all unfortunate circumstances, she almost was near tears, thinking about how her sister was dealt that hand in life. But Saipoo was a blessing to them all and for a piece of mind there was still a piece of Din remained with them and their family. Her aunt Sila reassured it was a great idea, since their marriage they had very little time to get to know each other; she and Wat.

They reached their destination. It was a picturesque scenery and peaceful. The fresh air and mountain’s in the background helped put anyone visiting in the best of mood. Dao and Wat had a casual conversation because they no longer allowed the past to dictate how they should behave with each other. They were both originally forced into this marriage but now at an impasse and there shouldn’t really be any need to be in conflict. Their time on the drive allowed surprisingly was amicable and fun and no arguments. They stopped now for early dinner as it was still a bit of ways before they reached the guest house. Being seated, they shared a menu to look over the specialty dishes available in Chiang Rai. Wat was even more so attentive to Dao and she actually appreciated it. Looking at her husband’s profile, he was quite handsome. In the past a bit arrogant and set in his ways but fair needless to say. She realized her wall was slowly being chiseled down by his efforts. She wasn’t sure if she should be concerned or relieved, listening to him read out loud the items on the menu was a calming effect on her. She smiled to herself.
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Just staring into those eyes, warms my heart. ♡
Oh no, feel better and try to sleep. Going to ask P'Kai on IG for reunion news or maybe another producer will pick them up, their workload doesn't look too full for another 2016 Lakorn to happen lol
Hopefully P'Kai will have another project to pair them up!!! Benz said she has two series she will film and Mark said he had Buang Athithan that would air that just ended on Tuesday night.

And thankyou for the update!!!


Live Love Laugh
Hi Sary,

It's been about 4 or 5 years now since our Yadech days.
Thanks so much for writing another great FF! I've been reading your old FF like My Esan Husband while waiting for the new updates.

keep up the good work. You have many faithful readers here!


sarNie Juvenile
Hi Sary,

It's been about 4 or 5 years now since our Yadech days.
Thanks so much for writing another great FF! I've been reading your old FF like My Esan Husband while waiting for the new updates.

keep up the good work. You have many faithful readers here!
Hi Vimalee

Thank you!!! I know it started with Yadech...yet the love story continues. Thank you for dropping by here too. Again the Lakorn of Loy Alai was the inspiration and these new starlets have a piece of my fan girl's heart lol. I am very thankful for those who enjoy my writing and FF


Just staring into those eyes, warms my heart. ♡
Will you be updating soon??


sarNie Juvenile
So had an update......went to post ERROR!!! Gone any way of recovering? Guess will start over "cries"


sarNie Juvenile
Chapter 9 Part 2

Dao listened to Wat as he relayed his experience as an only child as his parents marriage was far from normal. It was a surprise to him too that he found a normal love with Din. That was why it was so very devastating that when he was told Din was marrying his father. He felt the earth had disappear beneath him. He knew his father had issues, the dysfunction of his mind yet in the end he was still his father. His father begged him to stop loving Din, he never asked much from him. Wat had no choice and jumped to conclusion thinking Din did so with consent. Now the truth revealed and lives lost, he didn't want to go through anything like that ever again.

Dao realized too they were both brought up with a scattered family life. She and Din weren't full blood sisters but Din never loved her any different. Her father was never around unless his finance had depleted. That was why she owed her nephew to be just as well protected from the threats on his future wealth and well being.

Wat ordered more than enough food to feed a village instead of just the two of them.

"I really enjoy the northern style food up here, especially this crispy rice and nam prik chilli fish dip. It's my fave, here have a nibble." He leaned in to feed her by hand, Dao oshook her head turning shy from his action.

"It's okay, I can manage." She protested.

"Nothing to be embarrassed about, we shared much more intimate moments than this, here, it will taste better if someone feeds you." He popped it into her mouth and watched her chew slowly.

Dao turned pink from his stare. He didn't know that they also shared this favourite meal. Aunt Sila would go out of her way to make her favourite childhood dish whenever she craved it.

The remaining of their meal Dao appreciated Wat's attentiveness and his easy conversation, it's something she could get used to, but could she really afford falling in love with her own husband? Her trust in Wat couldn't be reached.

When they finally reached the chalet, it was even more scenic and alive with natural colours and atmospheric visuals. But only to be distrupted with the presence of aunt Lily and a younger woman stood beside him.

The young woman smiled widely at Wat and took away his luggage but chose to ignore Dao completely, was the girl that ignorant over the power she had regarding her employment? Regardless, Wat shook his head and grabbed Dao's luggage and followed her inside the chalet.

As Dao reached their room, Wat came over lifted her off her feet, walked out the room and back over the threshold. "There tradition done, we should have a long and happy marriage." He explained. Dao smiled, that was a loveable move she thought. But she refused to give in to him. While she was making her way upstairs his aunt made mention of the relationship between the housekeeoer's daughter and Wat and of course his alone time up here with Pimala. If she was to believe Lily then Wat's ways was really no different than his father.

She turned to Wat and asked for some privacy, she was tired and wanted to nap. She had to fend him off from joining her and he adhered to her wishes. Laying down, back towards him, Wat walked over and kissed her gently in her cheek as he knew something was bothering her all of a sudden. He left her and closed the door shut.

Once Dao awoke, there was no sign of Wat, she toured around the hanging orchid pathway and sat down. Contemplating her next course of action, their marriage was more than halfway in, what did she want? List in thoughts she didn't realize until too late as her husband pounced on her.

Pushing her down into the lush grass and inserting his one leg between hers. If was a very intimate position and they were only slightly protected by some small plants.

"Wat, get off me, are you crazy there's workers close by." Hissed Dao.

"I am indeed crazy, since that day I saw you walk through the dance floor, you are s very beautiful woman Dao. No longer any trace of that obnoxious snot of a kid. Is it so hard to love me? I am not ashamed to tell you I love you Nong Dao. I think we should start loving each other now." He confessed to Dao shocked expression.

"Are you sure it's love and with you I believe actions speak louder than words. Tell me, the young girl eager to wait on you hand and foot, did you have an affair with her?" She asked. Waiting to hear his lies.

"I would never mix business and personal and sleeping with the help is never a great idea. I need to prove you my love? Then let me kiss you," he didn't wait for a response.

This kiss was different, gentle, inviting and coaxing. Dao didn't feel pressured and she found the sensation arousing, but then he lifted his body from her. Dao was panting, Wat chuckled. He lifted himself off her and pulled them both in a sitting position.

"If I continue, it will be a public exposure to my workers. Can we not love each other now Dao, I love you as no other and I can prove it," he reached to gently brush his fingers on her swollen lips and leaned in to continue with their kiss.

A clearing of a throat startled them both from their moment, "Dao, I found you! Hope not interrupting anything," it was Nak, grinning from ear to ear.

"P'Nak what are you doing here?" Asked Dao all the while Wat mumbled to him about not knowing about privacy and others' honeymoon escape.

Nak caught on,"oh it's a bit late for a honeymoon no, you guys have been married a long time and..." He was stopped by Dao who dragged him away.

Wat tried to remain calm but why was this man here? He was actually getting somewhere with his wife. It didn't help with his seduction of his wife.
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