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Madison McGuire is a young woman with dreams of becoming an actress. She gets a lucky break one day when she’ is visited by a famous director named Gideon Bryne, who is looking for an unknown to cast in his next film. It’s love at first sight, but neither wants to make a move, fearing it would ruin the movie and their careers. Can these two keep it professional while they work together—or will secrets from the past tear them apart before they even get a chance to try?
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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.
In the end forced finale as... 白kemasu.
At last that one point is-not.
To do in PostScript.
Like the picture is beautiful and the story was complicated it is funny, but dropped quickly. Will lower the ratings a little, and also lost the last composition in the little who's who.
Human relationships are too complex? The was the tale of two people was a barrage, but unlike public reputation, which combines the intelligence and reason are rare and good impressions of a book.
It's a waste
In the finale, eh? I thought of myself, not good (laughs). Grand Finale = doubt happy endings or sense.
Even though it's beautiful picture is unclear, too good.
Certainly not empathy.
While questioning started reading in earnest heroine, you want to succeed as an actress. The impression after reading was eventually after all don't know severity the Princess grew up. I also feel closer to a world away from the actress, a commoner, and dampen the conflict of the hero or heroine, finished distant worlds remains. Of the story is not interesting.