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The Billionaire's Virgin Mistress
The orphaned Tess is told that she is to inherit her long-lost grandfather Dell Lorimer's fortune by his current heir, Cade. Her father was a junkie, and she doesn't want to remember him! So Tess refuses to cooperate, but is moved by Cade's serious eyes and Dell's honest heart. Tess accepts the offer and tours the Lorimer family business, growing more and more attracted to Cade until...
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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.
There was talk of common patterns, such as reading before. It is happy and it is happy, read it again, because I think not to purchase and read the monthly course, "was.
Is a story about an ordinary, and as I felt. Screen hero was active against the surprise soon accepted paternal grandfather with disdain and hating his father's heroine is back, although surprised (laughs) not less beautiful, did not feel attractive hero & heroine.
The heroine is. Sometimes I don't well have this greedy? In the presence of my grandpa's point up. Is not a good picture but I like atmosphere.
Doesn't matter, because the adults.
And the heroine has to say. Yes, if an adult can stand it?
And want his. If you have children, and more or less absolute, it's impossible to do in? And Grandpa well unlike the story, think carefully about something that my granddaughter will be responsible to be saved. However, is sweet.
Harlequin's classic family relationship issues and.
To overcome the traumas of his childhood struggles and this little hope?-