The story of a rich man and a poor woman who fall in love and get married.
The Tall Dark Wealthy Stranger falls in love with the working class lowly cleaner. They share an instant attraction for each other, but their social classes are miles apart. They try to keep their relationship a secret from the outside world but soon it becomes difficult to hide the fact that they are together. The two lovers eventually get married, but they know that their marriage is not going to be easy. They have to find ways of balancing both worlds and make sure that one doesn't overpower the other.
The Tall Dark Wealthy Stranger falls in love with the Working Class Lowlife Cleaner. The two characters are from different worlds, but when they meet, there is an instant attraction and passion that cannot be denied. They are so much in love with each other that they decide to get married and live happily ever after.
The story is narrated by the cleaner, who tells of their life together before and after marriage. The cleaner talks about how they fell in love with the stranger, how their lives changed because of that love, and how they were able to make it work despite their differences.
This story is about a man who falls in love with a woman who works as a cleaner in his house.
This book is about the relationship between the wealthy, dark-haired stranger and the working-class, blonde woman. The novel tells of their courtship and marriage, and of their life together. It also tells of the children they had, and how they lived happily ever after.
The story is told from the point of view of an unnamed narrator who has an intimate knowledge of both protagonists. It begins with an account of the stranger's first visit to his house in England where he meets his new cleaner - "a sturdy little woman" - for whom he develops feelings that are not reciprocated. The story then moves forwards from this first meeting to describe how their relationship develops over time until it ends abruptly when she dies some years later.
The iServalan Human ......
I absolutely did not mention 'blonde' in my keywords so this is really interesting. I also did not mention England so I have to assume that the AI things class is an English phenomenon and that working-class cleaners who attract rich men are blonde.
Clearly, my AI is getting information from the low-hanging fruits of Google yet again, and therein lays its problem. Stereotypes are not interesting in the arts where characterization is best based on surprises.