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PLEASURED IN THE PLAYBOY'S PENTHOUSE
Bella’s a real-world fairy…at least, she dresses like one and makes children everywhere smile. Her real dream is to be an actress in theatrical productions, but she can’t even act happy at her sister’s wedding. Owen, who crashes the wedding, might be just the person she needs in her life. When her apartment goes up in flames Owen becomes her landlord…and more. Can he help her out with the fire he’s started in her heart, too?
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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 is a fool who only see. After all what you wanted (laughs)
It is selfish. I don't understand the appeal attracted by the hero.
Heroine looks naive idiots by smells
I couldn't do anything like reading and no fun. If PIN does not come because it might be the hero is drawn where the heroine heroine goodness doesn't get out. Costumes are loosening, a long-awaited "a Midsummer night's dream". I hear it's aliens or better said the Mummy action figure.
Do not think only of their heroine. Wonder is different than say selfish, selfish-Chan. With the mismanagement of the fire or catastrophe could see Oh. I forgot... "like by feeling. In humans, such as redeeming her hero is called was cute I think. Walking is also very story concise, such as number of pages I did not feel disappointed in everything
2 see the heroine is like many useful non-human costumes are out of sight and all I had. Did the two men eventually "Nampa" good in what? It is often there for some purpose (revenge, tricks, etc.) approach, under the guise of casual invites the pattern but it's not so.