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Zoe’s boss, Nick Bateman, is a man with a troubled past. One day, in hopes of making things right, he declares that he wants to get married and have kids as soon as possible. But, as always, Nick seems to have picked the wrong woman. The ceremony that should have gone off without a hitch was called off. And it is the second time his marriage plans have failed. That night, Zoe goes to console Nick as his friend and underling, but the two wind up in bed together! Can they pretend nothing happened and go back to being boss and employee?
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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.
Well let's see
A fuzzy warm fuzzy
I don't know what happens where a man and a woman, it's... it is.
You shed light but
No matter what circumstances, throw away bride at the altar before the wedding or not. At the very least to stop it. It is also not an idiot or two of. Oh Oh change instruments refer to the wedding, but neither would be called on is it's not collected. And from the break play just a few months after also I wedding I would third time leavin' edge cut done. An honest hero heroine also shame even matter what it takes, not only would seem. I eventually told the second bride's. Too annoying. At the very least alimony plenty of paying you want.
Maybe I'm losing on the cover?
Read look at the cover, without expecting too much, but in the picture is beautiful and the story is easy to read. I thought weird posturing and misunderstandings, adult love is often portrayed.