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The Italian's Token Wife
I'll pay you 10,000 pounds to marry me right now. A wealthy and gorgeous man suddenly proposes to Magda, who makes a meager living cleaning an extravagant luxury apartment. He is Rafaello Di Viscenti, the owner of the apartment. Why would a major Italian businessman propose to a poor woman like me at first sight? Magda refuses outright, but that night, Rafaello tracks her down!
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It looks only?
Hate is not, even looks good to become beautiful? What I feel. Education or are drawn inside or if it seems that Hicks felt the elusive charms of the heroine.
Many times as you want to read. The best stories are painting. I purchased a membership registration period. It is recommended.
Breaker reading the times too.
This is the heroine is beautiful, strong, very attractive. Attracted by the hero is understandable.
This story is good!
Contract marriage stuff story unfolds amid the still resonates in this mind is indeed Professor Fujita.
Grew up in a tough environment to also was impressed by the spirit, though, live proud must be subservient to her.
Hare q hero the last lyric but lovely is this story line was great.
I read for the first time
It was Fujita works. I started reading harlequin romance novels and was still third. And Yes since it was. A wanted with little gap after a makeover before the transformation of the heroine and the desire.