Captive at the Sicilian Billionaire's Command
Julie looks after her late older sister's son, Josh. One rainy day, she hurries home from work when a rather tall man with an exotic face appears in front of her. "My name is Rocco Leopardi, and I'd like to talk to you about your nephew," he says. Julie had heard about him from her sister. This man was a relative of Josh's father. He tells her that he would like the child to undergo a DNA test back in Sicily. Scared of losing her beloved nephew, and having a hard time fighting back Rocco's charms, Julie agrees to go with her nephew and Rocco to Sicily...
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- Good Read 4
- Casandra 06/12/2016
At the start, this manga was super confusing. The lead female had a boyfriend that was taken by her sister and her sister was sleeping also with an extremely wealthy family's son but she was about to get married to the man the female main still loved. Then her sister got pregnant but they weren't sure who's it was but the man the female main loved claimed the child and continued with the marriage plans. Then the Man the main was in love with dies with his wife (the main's sister) and her parents leaving the baby with the lead female alone.... and then the man who was the other possible father died too so the family of the other potential father went out looking for his child. The other possible father knew because her sister extorted money from him before he died but then he tells his family before he dies that he wants his child found and the father of the child's brother mistakes the female lead who now has custody of the child for her sister cause the child's mother used to use the female lead's name to rack up debt.... believe it or not all that I just wrote is mostly the information that is given in the beginning pages. As you can see, it has the potential to be confusing to quite a few readers. But I must tell you that after you come to understand what's really going on, then it actually becomes a pretty enjoyable story. Sure there are an extreme number of coincidences in this story but that didn't make the manga any less enjoyable to read so the story was good. The art was good and the characters were pretty understandable. I'd say it's a overall good manga and I wouldn't mind reading it again someday.
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