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A Bed of Sand
It was a fake wedding devised to make her sister happy. Only Rita should have known about her plan. Even her boss, Sakir, whose name she used for the groom shouldn't have known.... So why is he standing in the aisle, clad in a caftan fit for a king? He then spoke to the pale-faced Rita. "You must come with me to my home country as my bride. For business."
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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.
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Don't need anymore... wedding of the much gone! Alone it's hot in the desert country heroes and heroines are romance.-! I can cry a brave heroine think the single-minded hero wounded his-and very tough get over the death of a loved one's thing.
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It is the kind of picture... Also like ☆ peace and delight writers, I think.
Is a picture...
The woman's face and why not... Still not adapt.
The lower lip of the heroine feeling bad. No it's not, shows a picture of a favorite is a shame.
Consistent artists to a series.
I think Amanda is a country somewhere in the familiar, look at reviews, is understandable. "Toys not-to-" and I → "Jade" I to and is by reading the question resolved. It is appreciated. Thank you very much. And the same person "betrayed Princess" came out "Melbourne" and "Melbourne".