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"Darling, you're the only one for me!" With these words, the stranger sitting next to Lea saved her from her blind date's boorish advances. The luckless Lea is drawn to the man's quick thinking, hoping that with his help she might finally be able to find a man worthy of marriage... And so Lea starts planning "Operation Marriage."
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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.
Into the jar
Sleek lines and there is no waste-. Read more underway quickly and never. Pounding in that the heroine I love dog Magi had such a late, suddenly become bolder ♥
Laughing like women he dated 10 years while, so immature, even impossible, but there is a comedy, it has been drawn and poured. Is a unique comedy hero will fall while saying the celibacy?. Clean with a light touch.
Heroine hero both many times without me! I was surprised too childish Buri mingle... and yet it many times without heroes said... nice people too. But it was good by popular feeling sure that story. But parenting is hard longing for more than ~ ~ ~ ~ lol
Light reading and fun!
Take to go comedy touch and read in a piece and enjoyed it ^ ^. And made sexual harassment even Sarah-I and thought that truly feels like a beautiful picture but not to be serious. Is jealous of the hero in the extreme, very favorite is heart
It's a comedy!
Heroine is impossible to seriously want to act, but pictures are too beautiful, too good hero Cuco, mails are. It is rather like. It is a phrase meaning moving! "comedy with a good picture. The decent men were worth only one painful, horror.