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The Colour of Desire
Kathleen's dream was to be a vocalist. That was until the accident that left her with an injured leg. Despite this, her music teacher, Sister Cecily, takes her to an audition. Kathleen is a classical musician, but the audition is being judged by Morgan Llewellyn, a world-famous musical composer. Kathleen performs as best as she can, but the fiercely masculine and overbearing Morgan coldly tells her that she could never be a star.
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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.
It seems I ended with indigestion. May adjust the page is drawn, and is very much about the same time. I don't know a little deeper! Star's three, I think. But I think I'm with now.
I'm sorry but barely 1
What was hard, page number of original cartoons. It is difficult to understand emotional changes and the hero and heroine.
Hero in particular. Trace the plot operates soured what was.
The Golden girls ' comic really feels like?
70's girls comics golden age paintings was feeling. Shy girl discovered handsome Manager (here's a composer), and go up a star in a three-legged race... is like. It might be in the feel that I really enjoyed, but weak as a romance. Appearance itself was a ' 70s time Tamura, Yasushi and hero to. Well, so speaking of fine home air quality, but "I do music..." or blah blah gusigzi indecision (laughs). It was kinda kawaisou heroine brandished. However, she touted one teacher supervising reality, wow. Character and background turns out, it seems. We are touched by sister. Or Hey, is a grandma like, well I'm. I get to Ston and the story, it just is.