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THE PREGNANCY PROMISE
Lianne is shocked to hear her doctor recommend that she get a hysterectomy—having grown up in a large family, she always figured that she, too, would marry and eventually have children of her own… It’s unbearable to think her dream will soon become an impossibility. Her ideal solution is to have a baby before the procedure, but she doesn'’t even have a boyfriend, let alone a potential father for her child. Her boss, Trey, lends her his shoulder to cry on and offers to help her find a mate, but Lianne finds herself more intrigued by his unexpected kindness, and she soon begins to think of him as more than just her superior…
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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.
Heroine and I bend the navel, that suggested his way wouldn't try to eventually total Prostatectomy is wrong? Heroine through various drug treatment from the doctor I had a story of wonder. Telling other people, but usually is unmarried 20-somethings will do not propose a total hysterectomy. I think I had sex so bad that it hurts. I thought I was sick, I know a lot, so such a delicate story lightly in the intertwined love don't.
Too much liberty
Soak for do it yourself just to keep's one-year limited the living is not just a saying, 'you like to get married, I'm not"condition, while hero is judging it,"transaction"and said" I'm not loved-"is now. I don't not know the feeling well. But you have been such communication when it is repeated enough I come iratto. Hero's ex-girlfriend will blindly do not practice birth control, or I'm not. Both too egotistical.
Heroine is packed full of yourself
Pretty selfish to come into view. Compassion for the family that I have not noticed the feelings of the hero. "Ever seen with those eyes" or "I want the father isn't her husband" or cannot be easily said "I love you" I told you. Stale, become ruined that night at that time told about a woman am I hero to worry about her original course even though it's gone or... This heroine is not in love.
It isn't the hero
Appearance and content of something ordinary Uncle it is. Harlequins since than real landscaping is to be drawn. It's this doctor. Don't know what women feel woman enough? Dysmenorrhea in unmarried women recommend hysterectomy?
Lady luck wasn't enough.
Appearance is different from this moments I had at first just a boss and subordinate, a partner and began to realize, will become more and more like. Were painted like that process is relatively good work I think. Is not, however, recommend hysterectomy to dysmenorrhea of 20-something women. Caught out there! And that said "abortion" hero broke up with ex-lover why are wanted children from the earlier will. So did birth control. Imagine can be interpreted as a pregnant OK from ex-girlfriend didn't say anything against it. It might be thought that jilted ex-girlfriend did not want pregnancy from the beginning, but it clearly when you're. After all, heroes so far, female choice wrong? Marriage is don't want Playboy type I want to use it. But will keep the deposit before marriage, originally granted.