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Something from the Heart
When Leigh was 10, Morgan became her stepbrother when their parents married. The tall 18-year-old boy gave Leigh a warm welcome and showed her what it was like to belong to a loving family. Ten years later, Morgan has moved abroad, but he left believing that Leigh was a despicable person following a terrible misunderstanding. A year later they meet again, but Leigh's hope that all will be well as soon as she explains herself is swept away as she is greeted by a cold and distant Morgan...
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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.
Read the afterword but certainly younger boy's hero. Grade 3 students about what I thought. Or Hey, it even pictures are always beautiful.
Until the last hero is annoying. Child-like. This then is simply an asshole. And Fujita has also not appeal to have the hero. I was surprised.
The hero as arrogant and violent prejudice. A heroine heroine yearns for heroes in the way that want to accept it from my sister's love turns into woman's affections, and hero's children remain close to their money and position looking for the cute sister-in-law was even hurt. Yeah it hurt again. I guess now there was a! It hurt as much. It's such a belief I will rant too much pull. And it's not a picture of Mr. Fujita rating is lower. Picture is clean... but not this hero-heroine... too single-minded. What's good enough heroine.
Hero is annoying to the end
Per solve misunderstandings of the heroine of the hero, but speaking on the Harlequin's psychological portrait is insufficient. Picture is beautiful, only to have a likable heroine is.
Hesitant hero also was frustrated, but I would say only daughter misunderstood what mother would. Hero father is a good man-ish, but why such mother celebrates his second wife? For the better?