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Capelli's Captive Virgin
While searching for her missing sister, Ruby, Lindsay visits the office of Alessio Capelli, where her sister was employed as his personal assistant. Alessio is a slick divorce attorney, while Lindsay is a counselor who works on reconciling marriages. Their natures clash like natural enemies that would make great reading on any of the tabloids. Lindsay embarrassingly finds herself taken by Alessio’s fine body. She discovers that he was planning to dismiss Ruby as she is MIA. In order to save Ruby’s job, she must accompany him to the Caribbean to fill-in as his personal assistant!
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This book was really good! But I don't think this book is categorized under the right author.
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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.
No-fun-! of the character set or a witty conversation. It was worth. Very nice picture.
Heroine instead of my sister as a Secretary to accompany the hero variously Okami or a sweet Toro is a favorite piece, such as face painting.
It is a love story
In the words of Mr. Kishimoto PostScript laughed. "Hero crooked look and personality, but love of the heroine, will reform story is a favorite" it seems. Intense empathy is (lol) is the best heroine become mellow in a sudden change of hero, a reformed and who prostrate. I think here is an elegant picture of Mr. Kishimoto, has become a nice piece.
Is drawn in to such a relationship built up is nice there is vv conversation is still important. Personally, I carry a fireball hero, laugh.
So is choosing the profession right now why this character of hero and heroine respectively of the background is neatly drawn as the experience of the past and how I feel the reality stories ♪ the couple aren't objectively the things their neatly made, stuck in a vibe and atmosphere is in fact rare in HQ! ~