One of the most popular and acclaimed films of all time is “Sleepless Nights of a Maid.” It’s about a man and his personal maid who have an unexpected and uncontrollable romance. The film is a perfect combination of comedy and melodrama, a mixture that is hard to resist. But what makes this movie so great is that it’s not just a love story between two characters, but a tale of a young maid’s life, the challenges that she faces, and her determination to make her life as good as her dreams.
Mariana is a maid
When a young widow goes to visit her niece, she finds herself getting pulled into a complicated web of mysteries. She starts an investigation of a popular professor.
Mariana is grieving the loss of her husband, Sebastian. The professor’s death in a car accident has left her grieving as well. But she is curious about Edward Fosca, the handsome and popular professor, who was the love of her deceased husband.
During her visit, Mariana meets with Zoe, a director of studies for the school. She asks her about her experiences as a student. While Zoe gives her a detailed account of the school, she is also quite naive about some aspects of the school.
When Mariana finds a postcard that has four lines of Ancient Greek handwriting on the back, she wonders what it says. Upon reading it, she learns that it’s a depiction of Iphigenia sacrificed by Agamemnon.
Mariana is also interested in the postcard because it tells her about the cult of Eleusis, a mythical journey involving the gods and Persephone. As she goes on, she realizes that the unnamed person is not only writing about their own childhood experiences, but is also a dual personality.
Meanwhile, a young man named Carlos wants to take Mariana to Mexico to meet a child. He is also a close friend of Santiago’s. In the midst of their meeting, a plane crashes.
Ultimately, Fosca is fired. Mariana realizes that she needs to get help. Sangha gets angry with Mariana. And while she is angry, she is also curious about what has happened.
Finally, Sangha threatens to arrest Mariana. It seems as though her life is in the hands of a madman.
Edward uses information to force Eva to become his “personal maid”
The crown prince is a handsome prince indeed. He is smart, powerful and well-rounded. However, he has one weakness – his fickle fiance, Eva.
Thankfully, Eva is a nice enough girl. They do not live together but she does not have a problem in letting Edward know just how much she cares for him. In fact, she often thinks of him while on the battlefield. But it’s not just her that’s a keeper.
Besides, a maid is a nice thing to have around the palace. Moreover, it’s also a good way for Edward to spend his time when he is not fighting the Turks. When he arrives at his new residence, he takes the opportunity to learn more about his fiance.
The crown prince teaches her a thing or two about the art of seduction. After all, he’s the prince of a castle. And when he’s not on the warpath, he’s a pretty handy prankster. A friend of his named Hayden is a swordsman and a hardworking band of mercenaries. Despite this, they are a little too enamored with each other.
One of the best parts of the book is watching Edward and Eva’s relationship blossom. While they were at it, they were also able to nab a bit of a lucky break. Their respective families were a little on the sour side, but that’s not the worst part.
Although it is not a very good book, it does provide some interesting facts. Not to mention some very cute cats. So, if you’re interested in a regal yet feisty princess, check out this novel. You’ll be glad you did.
Molly is a maid at the Regency Grand Hotel
A maid, Molly Gray, is assigned to clean a suite at the Regency Grand Hotel in a foreign city. She reveals that she has been a part of dirty activities inside the hotel. But now, she is also being targeted by a mysterious criminal machinations.
Molly works for Alexander Snow, the hotel manager. But she is not a very social person. And she has difficulty reading other people’s body language.
In addition to her job, she has a boyfriend, Juan Manuel. She has been dating him for a month. They are preparing for a new life together.
As she goes through her daily routine, she has a conversation with a guest. He asks her about her family. The guest is a wealthy real estate tycoon. Afterward, she is asked to retrieve something from the crime scene suite.
This leads to a visit to the Social Bar & Grill, which is a restaurant where she meets other guests. One of them is a quiet Sri Lankan woman, Sunitha. It is there that she finds out that she is not alone in the Cayman Islands.
While her friends are trying to help her, she learns that a mysterious woman is stalking her. She is then placed in an interrogation room. Eventually, she discovers that she is being suspected of murder.
Nevertheless, she decides to continue investigating. However, the ill intentions of others are the reason for her failure.
After her grandmother’s death, Molly is unable to afford her apartment. Moreover, she has been swindled out of her grandmother’s savings. Despite her efforts, she is thwarted by the ill intentions of others.
Fosca gets fired for sleeping with all the Maidens
There’s no shortage of thrillers in the genre. But how does one prove a professor at a prestigious boarding school is actually a murderer? Luckily, there’s a student named Mariana.
In the wake of the deaths of her best friend and her tutor, Mariana decides to investigate Professor Fosca. Among other things, she’s intrigued by the “private study group” that Fosca holds for his top students.
At the same time, she’s also wondering why this group is all women. It makes her wonder if these women are blackmailing Fosca. She reaches out to her former supervisor, Ruth. While she’s not exactly thrilled about this, she’s at least happy to see Sangha follow up on her tip.
In fact, the best part of all of this is that it’s all very well disguised. The main reason for this is that the main character, Mariana, is fixated on this very particular professor.
What’s more, Fosca has an alibi backed by the Maidens, a group of female students who are his favorite. And if that wasn’t enough, he throws a lot of wild parties.
In the end, it’s up to Mariana to prove that this professor is not the murderer. Unfortunately, her obsession might cost her her life.
Along the way, she enlists the help of a few friends to help her. One of them is a fellow psychotherapist named Julian. Another is a girl named Serena, who grew up in English boarding schools.
Eventually, it comes down to proving that Fosca is really a killer. Not only that, but it might be the case that he’s actually got an accomplice.
Xue Yao’s prophetic dream
Xue Yao is a brilliant warrior, but his heart is for someone else. He wants to be with his beloved princess, Chu Yue. But before he can marry her, he must make sure that she’s safe from Xu Xing Chen, the “little brother” of the Emperor.
In the night, Xue Yao hears his grandmother’s call. She’s calling to bring back her daughter-in-law. However, he doesn’t know where she’s at.
Eventually, he arrives at her room. At first, he doesn’t believe her. Then, he notices her dress. It’s a white dress that’s too overwhelming for her. So he lifts the veil. Suddenly, he recognizes her.
When Xue Yao sees her face, he is shocked. His eyes flash with tears. But then, he feels her touch. Despite the red sheath, he kisses her.
Xue Yao is still upset with her for lying to her. That’s why he’s using Chu Yue as a bait to trick Xu Xing Chen. This is also the reason why he’s not tying her to his bed when she’s sleeping.
Afterwards, he’s worried that Chu Yue might leave him. So, he uses qinggong to protect her.
He also gives her a white dress. He promises to keep her safe, but he doesn’t want to be a thief. As a result, he takes care of her during the whole night.
Afterwards, he tells Chu Yue that he’ll pick her up tomorrow. He also promises to be her husband.
But later, Xue Yao is worried that Chu Yue may still be afraid of him. And then, he makes a grand plan.
Xue Yao wants to elope with her. Hence, he lures out a bunch of bandits.