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Saving Sarah 2
Lady Sarah has a secret–besides the fact that she dresses as a man and runs around London in the dead of night. She was once betrayed and damaged by a man she used to love. That’s why she now risks danger in order to devote herself to helping the weak. However, when Ethan Travis embraces her, she decides she doesn’t hate the experience. She actually finds it rather pleasant… Unfortunately, it seems he’s under the impression that she’s a prostitute! What is Whitlock’s plan, why does he look down on Ethan, and will Sarah find happiness even though she's sworn off love?
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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.
But it is good
Only one thing bothers is crapton treatment. Will forge DV from a condemned by the law at the time, though on a ship bound for Java's lynching of too much to do and. I think that if the child abduction justice.
Third from the left. The hero and heroine-older brother got cute face.
It was nice
Is not reading the original harlequin visitor or stories, even the comic has a nice 10-minute talk. It was after a long time don't mind closing the page number should not care about work.
After getting 2 pair right
I think that disappointed because of force not tucked into one volume, arranged the original two volumes together.
Image of the original heroine than dreamy! and was made up of atmosphere, but it is available here-and. Is a satisfying story reading, reading a comic book work.
Nice to just
Really a great writer's work. It is not only beautiful pictures, feel the texture, or the fluffiness of the dress or the eyes shine like fog moisture And technology HQ long lines to make it read fluently and is great. Frames too skillful--and always would. Protagonist Sarah's face turn red from blue scenes are funny.