HOT NIGHTS WITH A PLAYBOY
Abby, a stylist for Finess fashion magazine, has the opportunity to visit the Whitsunday Islands on a photoshoot that, if successful, could launch her career into the big leagues of high fashion. She can't wait to get started, until she finds that the photographer for the project is none other than her best friend from high school, Judd, who's been traveling the world as a wildlife photographer. A painful memory from their shared past makes her almost too anxious to work. Why did he have to show up now, just when she's finally started to get over what happened between them...?
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- cute but somewhat irritating 3
- Casandra 12/30/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
This manga was drawn and written well. My only issues with it are personal ones and one of them is the same type of issue I have had with many other harlequin manga and that is the stupid assumptions. The lead female starts off making stupid assumptions and continues on throughout the book. There are 2 other issues I don't often complain about in harlequin too. The lesser of the 2 issues is that the lead female pretends she is friends with the male lead but shows over and over that she doesn't think of him as a friend at all. She says she doesn't want to ruin their friendship. However, their friendship was forced and fake anyways. Lastly, and this is the biggest issue, she forces him to give up his dream as well as who he is when he decides to be honest about his feelings for her. That's down right selfish and horrible. Still regardless of all these things I gave the harlequin a 3/5 stars. It had really good art and there were some things I genuinely liked such as the banter between the 2 leads early on.
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