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Avoiding Mr. Right
Christina is a tanned tomboy who works as a crew member on ships. One day she is suddenly approached by a handsome and mysterious man at a Mediterranean harbor town. Why would he choose to talk to her, when there are so many other beautiful girls? He tells her his name is Luc Henri, and she realizes everyone in town knows him by name. He tells her he will see her again before leaving. A few days later, while working on a ship chartered by a royal family, Christina bumps into Luc again...
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* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
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Reel too incompetent Captain Cruiser on sister family and favorite female hero. The fragile countries who ruled as Grand Duke of? All pictures are terrible. 状態rashiku hero standing, please stop.
Somewhere in to read
Heroine is so cute!
It is a cute picture. Girl cartoonish for sure, but it is quite kind. In this story, the heroine in vigorous self-reliance, and lovable. A Cinderella story hero too no longer feel that members of the Royal, which corporate type? Without hesitation as many times as you can read.
You can read without hesitation.
Is a cute, innocent heroine, is a little young and a little flimsy. I think to talk about. One was expecting a bit more profound, in-depth content. Innocent heroine, is rather like. Passage of the hero's sister, I didn't need that! And I felt by the untrained eye.
If you are reading age Ribbon
Guests can enjoy a pretty impatient. Ribbon spring supplement special issue, rather a Harlequin like. Lol hero 20 years around the heroine and 16-year-old, at about. I've read like that. So because everyone's face is "cute". Lol