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When Hilary got a place on the San Francisco Symphony as a flute player, she decides to move into her own place to escape her restricted life with her over-protective mother. Although excited at her new found freedom, it doesn't last for long. The next morning, the quiche she left in the fridge for breakfast was gone, her milk had been used and an unfamiliar bag was in the living room! As she stood confused, a handsome man she had never seen before appeared in front of her and says to her angrily "what are you doing in my house?"
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You can find true love in it!
It is rare to see a love story with a poor hero and a rich heroine in Harlequin comics.
They live in the same apartment together by accident. At first they are always fighting with each other because of different lifestyles, but gradually getting attracted to each other.
However what I couldn't believe is that the hero decides to leave the apartment in order to make each other calm!
If he is a playboy, he doesn't even have to leave the apartment!
I was wondering how the story ends with a tremble.
Please do feel how sincere the hero is.
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- 4 and 1/2 stars 4
- Casandra 09/06/2017
*I have read it before but for some reason when I read it on my ipad through this site's app, it didn't register as one I had read before.* Anyways, I enjoyed this one quite a bit. This is a really great Boy meet's girl love story. It may not be too original but sometimes, the old school types of love story come out really good. This one would have earned 5 stars from me IF they didn't have to separate and date other people for 2 mo. to "recognize if their feelings were real". That just seems excessive. Otherwise, it was a very good read.
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