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WHO'S THE FATHER OF JENNY'S BABY?
When Jenny woke at the hospital, all her memory had been erased. Not even knowing her own name, Jenny faces a man named Luke who claims to be her husband and his brother Chad. The doctor tells her the baby she’s carrying is fine, but she doesn’t remember being pregnant. To make matters worse, Chad claims to be the baby’s father. Chad is an attractive man, but she feels comfort in Luke. "Was I really an adulteress who had an affair with my husband’s brother?"
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- I was sure it was going to be horrible at the beginning but it turned out good. 3
- Casandra 09/29/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
This story was pretty good. I actually had less issues with the female lead than usual. I felt she was a bit too bullheaded in a couple situations but overall I liked her. She was interested in getting to the bottom of the truth and choose that over just being comforted and I respect that. Although amnesia is a pretty common plot device for a harlequin manga it was still unique in other ways. Honestly I was really worried I'd hate this one when the female lead woke up and was married to one man and his brother came along and said he was the father of her unborn baby not her husband... that development almost made me set down the book early on but I'm glad I didn't. I won't spoil it for you, but it was a good read. The art was also good and I'd happily read it again sometime.
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