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The Italian Playboy's Secret Son
Cesar de Falcon is the star of the F1 racing world. With an unparalleled skill behind the wheel, he captivated his fans and was the object of women's desires around the world. This was how Sarah remembered her ex-lover. But now, after a horrific accident, it appears he will not recover from his injuries and he sinks into a pit of despair. When Sarah visits Cesar in the hospital, he is less than happy to see her. He is still angry that she left him with no explanation. But Sarah has come to explain things to him, because what she has to say might give Cesar a reason to live again...
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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.
Mukatsuku. 5-year-old child and are fragrant, not to be so innocent at home have slighted my mother. I also been told in pictures no matter how Papa 懐kimasenn. It is a treat. Good single mother? Good life I would be such a man.
But the arrogant hero.
The heroine is lovely! It was talk about breasts will Kuhn. Think of parents getting divorced the child when it and still mutually love each other were-. PostScript is also interesting. Is a Professor of Hashimoto.
I was told as well as heroes. Well-I think it would certainly rough and uncertain of the body. Wanted words of apology and at the very least, such as
But virtue of picture of Dr. how cool I really would feel better!
The heroine, not to mention women apart from was wonderful. Their charm is a 4-star.
Heroine was a nice person
Too arrogant hero, I would say. They evaluate more unworthy!
Is, not et al. as phlegm is is still good that hero heroine Hey turned out that heroine's bravery. The heroine wants to be happy.
I'm Mr Hashimoto.
I think I had to read it with the power of Mr Hashimoto. Kids are so cute!