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THE ITALIAN'S LOVE-CHILD
Eve was spoken to by a gorgeous, sexy guy at a party for celebrities. It was Luca Cardelli. “He hasn’t changed a bit…” Eve met him once ten years ago, but it seems as if he doesn't recall it. No wonder. He just gave a dream ticket to Eve, who was an unpolished teenager back then. But after they meet a second time, Luca is more determined than ever to have her. Even though she is now a TV broadcaster, she still doesn't fit into his upper-class world…!
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The Italian's Love-Child
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I think this was my favourite male lead out of any of the books I've read. I just absolutely loved him!!
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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.
I'm scared! ~
Near the blast, friends I's baby in the scene of the party's face... scared.! I thought plum Dr. drew. It's horror!
It's not a choice
I'm sorry please, let's talk about that were more like painting class.
Mouth laughed heroine is cartoonist, I'm sorry, but reading is really mind, turns out to be anxious start again failed.
A well-developed story the hero can't sore that is easy to understand.
The heroine is allowed also without feeling was. Did not appeal but is maybe I got-and I read, though it was probably unnecessary.
Totally not liking
Bad-story picture also subtly original work was not at the level I'm at 0 if 0 is not whether through both hero and heroine too much hate heart is at least 1 to 1 but...
But, but, but...
Come up with something mildly amusing story, but in the "I" frustrating. Junior high school students like talking really become concerned about, to no avail.
Halfway is good but
From the need not まtomeなkya coming in the second half, it lagged behind the story or page number to be gotten in just a description, sorry.