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Crowns and a Cradle
Sarina wins a radio station prize draw to go on a vacation to the island principality of Carramer on the south Pacific Ocean. As she arrives with her heart full of anticipation, she is greeted by none other than Prince Josquin of Carramer! “What could the royal family possibly want with me?” Sarina’s anxious question is met with a shocking answer from the Prince: “You’re the princess of this land. And we need you.”
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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.
It was good.
Private ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ is. The idea of the Grand Duke of old in the picture too, but, I like.
But I tried to read from the series of
Originally is not bad, like feeling on this story is so rewarding! Including inheritance rights precedence over mystery. The heroine is her illegitimate child's so good? But I can explain in the King's sudden change Buri is simply public from say (usually same as absolutely prior to the heroine?), adoptive parents have not been invited even great discomfort.
It was. Decision without the Princess mother, whose son is the heir? No inheritance rights even if the male principle, born Princess. No father is with the Royal Americans talk mess. If the dead Prince hides the identity relationship with the heroine, without knowing the pregnancy story is passed. The arrow of agree that!
Dear friend you can trust
Not to confuse a close friend of the heroine is the hero of this story, well unlike the hero, and was accepted.
Of the eye, its bosom large and ladies plus one.
Went to children even if they don't know, even heroine can continue to be strong, will continue to be strongly from this, I would think.
And, it's Grandpa. There was a nice speech at the party. However,... But I think more quickly, to give good to go.
Eventually heroine left alone there for decades was suddenly "do royalty obligations" and said with feeling sorry. Do your best for most children, and much nicer. Hero and Duke first ignoring my heroine and I say selfish--and thought, but apparently love for the heroine is real nice. Even the upcoming birth of the Grand Duchy is not problem? Hey, no worries.