THE SICILIAN'S INNOCENT MISTRESS
Luc Gambrelli is a Sicilian who is a talented movie producer and infamous playboy. He has broken countless hearts with his tall, gorgeous physique and handsome face. Looking at him in person, Darci feels the imminent danger. “I may not be able to seduce him in order to revenge my best friend who was abandoned by him!” But she sneaked into tonight’s party to do just that! Feeling already defeated by the temptation, she approaches her very dashing prey.
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- mistress is not the right word 4
- JAB 08/14/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
This was an interesting read. The hero and heroine meet with the heroine who has evil intentions because she believes on the word of a friend (who's lying to make her current boyfriend jealous) that the hero ditched her. The heroine is a physician and wants revenge, so she can teach him a lesson in humility. I must say that her roommate had more sense than her. I also liked the persistence int the hero, instead of stakerish, it's more of a sweet thing. I do love the picnic scene. Then the truth is revealed and the hero is upset, but it doesn't last for more than a total of 10 -15 pages. After that, couple head to Paris so the heroine can protect the hero from meddlesome family members and potential bride candidates. Then the proposal is pretty sweet and I liked this harlequin manga more than the others is because there is no sex. I like the fact that they like each other and don't want premarital sex So, that's why i doesn't make no sense for the heroine being called a mistress when she's never had sex with the hero or any man for that matter. Either way, a good read.
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