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CASSANDRA BY CHANCE
Cassandra’s older sister has asked her to babysit her children while she goes on a couple’s vacation. She is enjoying life in the beautiful Scottish countryside when her niece and nephew tell her a strange tale of an “ogre” that lives in the mountains. Curious, Cassandra climbs the mountain and is chased away by a cold man who lives there. Benedict, a handsome but unfriendly man, perfectly fits the mold of an ogre. But Cassandra can’t help but wonder why he shuts himself off from everyone around him.
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Cassandra is quite a plain jane, unlike many other harlequin story whereby the hero is attracted to heroine's beauty, hero in this story whom they call the “ogre” is definitely attracted to the kindness and gentleness of Cassandra.
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- simple and nice 4
- JAB 11/06/2016
The comic was a nice one from not just the artwork but also how it plays out. I liked it because even though the heroine was one of the quiet girls, she had the strength to move forward from the effects of having her last man state that he was only going to marry beautiful women. The heroine moves on by first, taking care of her sister's children. In this way, she meets the ogre (the hero) of the town who's really just a grumpy, early thirties, blind man. I like how the two of them argue then get to know each other by how they interact, do activities, and basically find things that make the other person special to them. It was nice book to read.
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