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ONE-NIGHT MISTRESS...CONVENIENT WIFE
Three years ago, Natalie was treated like a child and dumped by Christo, a handsome lawyer, when she was working as a clerk at his law firm. She's grown up since first becoming infatuated with his kisses, and she thought she'd gotten over him—but now they're working together, and the two of them find themselves sharing a bed again. Just when Natalie is balking at the fact that the only requirement of their temporary relationship is that they won't ever get married, Christo makes a cruel request... He wants her to pretend to be his fiancée to please his dying grandmother.
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- The art... 3
- Casandra 06/29/2016 2 people found the following review helpful
So... this one was very difficult for me to give a clear rating. The characters were drawn with great detail and I really liked the way both looked in some panels BUT... it seemed like they were always yelling and freaking out by the way their eyes, face and the background looked even when at times the story didn't seem to call for yelling at that particular time. The guy was super handsomely drawn to the point I was sure I was going to love the art but in the art he was freaking out about 75% of the time. It was crazy and unfortunate. I enjoyed the story. I would have rated it a 4 star if they just did something about the art. The art was good but it felt like the male lead belonged in a shoot em up action story with his freak outs rather than a love story 1/2 the time. So bottom line... I liked it, but I could have liked it a lot more if more of a variety of expressions were used throughout the story.
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