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Was I kidnapped by an angel? While Edinburg kingdom is rocked by the disappearance of the king, Ben, a marine acting as a double for his cousin, Prince Nicholas, is kidnapped. As he lies strapped to a bed, he is met by a beautiful woman smelling of roses. Seeing guilt in her eyes, Ben is sure she's taking part in this kidnapping against her will. Whatever her circumstances, Ben vows to protect her! Part 3 of the "Wedding of the Century-Kingdom of Edinburg" 4-part miniseries!
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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.
Art and stories are light.
Fine, but I'm
No way that embroidery?
Do not meet
Hoshino's picture is cute and the hero is cool, and cute kid, but I'm heroine portrayed this teacher's across the Board. Not physiological. I'm lining up excuses argumentative and cute face but smile I like Idol, a little bit more honest attractive. And also the heroine of this to whet your appetite, I somehow sheepishly and Hoshino-heroines, not honest, cute, I felt. I don't deny the child marriage go directly between the people is good, all relatives are positive and I'd discomfort I have.
Why become like this heroine?
An early picture of the heroine.
About invisible children.
To overcome the disadvantage in difference in status and children because pictures never felt so much charm could understand that loves a hero. And the cooperation of King kidnapping sect was then to become like what?.
I think the piece is dark, it certainly is kidnapping and murder various dark but I feel. Many hero rejects the heroine love, but this hero is honest and straight it seems likable. Is minus one invisible age heroine who bring children to draw the author's seems unavoidable?