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Keeping Luke's Secret
Out of the blue, Leonie is asked by Rachel, a renowned actress, to write her biography. Although she has published a biography once before, she has no idea why Rachel chose her as the author. Her doubts about the job deepen with Rachel's son, Luke, who for some reason relentlessly intimidates her. As Rachel was unmarried when giving birth to Luke, it was one of the biggest scandals at the time. While being aware of his hostile attitude, Leonie is drawn to his cold green eyes, and she decides to accept the job...
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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.
Between the hero and the heroine and her mother's life, with deeper stories interesting. But suddenly kisses a little surprised. Hero when fell in love with the wonder and desire 4 star pictures so in polite, well worth reading.
I cried on the last page, Rachel smile.
A strange chance
It was a style different from the usual Harlequin.
One between the heroine and hero, says mother of the hero and the hero, had become a cornerstone of her past love. Understanding all the mothers, introducing heroine and hero. Such encounters, reaches its climax in the last... that was the feeling. It was a work made me feel ties of blood and family ties.
Let us read work
Was the work feels very loose, but is drawn to me to read. The original was still read is very good work. Was a fascinating character who
Well put together
"Never so easy isn't for..." was the story of the street. As well as the two main character's love, family love, the love of the late... As many different patterns of relationships. Had a very well put together even though you haven't read the original comic impression.