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The Greek Boss's Demand
Alex can’t believe her eyes when she enters her office. The black-haired man standing tall in front of her is none other than Nick Santos. Now the memories of the happy times and horrible breakup they had nine years ago in Crete have come back to haunt Alex. She wonders why Nick is at her real estate company in Sydney instead of leading his family empire in Greece. Soon she discovers that Nick is here to become the successor to the late CEO of the company, but she finds it impossible to work with him. That’s because she has kept a deep dark secret from him!
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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.
Bonus at four points! They are of the same opinion and laughed (laughs). Son's "I don't want one MOM...", when I better ー. Be parents-in-law, at that time kids there's no way I can go to people who may be refused. May became would certainly, but it is completely "do and should" a does not, or leave the record still was the heroine would.
Young and hero 奪itoろu the son soon because it could not make me too like heroine and for nine years.
Consider first the children and parents.
The reality is that apart from HQ.
The why not?
Do you have kids to begin with theory, but complain about 9 years in what? Said heroine, had no confidence, frankly, selfish. You usually let me know not to get angry?
Hero's anger is quite decent.
Overkill is certainly a mother and trying to shut up until that time, hurting his son.
No not really affectionate mother, after all do their thing, so not like this heroine. I have read the unusual arrogance of hero comes.
Talk calmly and carry
Page number in its own way, even the climax there though (recalls the although most), story and carry the impression. Unfortunately I lack the facial expressions. Very pretty picture either because fewer facial expressions, but I think men and women's both nice and hard to call empathy. Because I think the child's face was relatively draw rich facial expressions (is it good), adult males and females look even a little bit more emotions get out well I think, is to.
The supporting cast
Why is like the guts of the doctor coming out at the end.