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Emma and the Earl 2
Emma and Earl Chard are gradually starting to establish an emotional bond. However, a commoner and a noble could never marry. However, they have no intention of becoming lovers. And what if the Earl noticed that Emma's true identity was that of Emilia, who rejected him a long time ago...! Emma decides to stay away from the Earl. But on the other hand, Lady Clara lays a trap for Emma, wanting the Earl for herself!
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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.
The heroine Rin, Nice. Tasteful adult young hero and the difference between sensible and, really suits you. Oh, good!
I read the works of Mr. Hara
Girl decades ago, immersed in reading writers who also didn't read in the Harlequin. It is it has a nice design and atmosphere intact, often works very good. Also this works great also. It is a lovely flowing dress and hair. What works are drawn from the inner heart and moist. He is a great teacher.
Ugly duck + arrogant repentant man double, it was pretty exciting!
Hara Chieko this teacher works include close to his chest. Moist and mild but feel the heart of overlap certainly heroes and heroines. I love you very much.
I love you very much!
It is a favorite. To grow with the passage of time, and what I saw when he was young, had no idea worth are attracted to it. I think that the hero and heroine of this piece really needed time. Even if were married when we first met, we did not succeed, and each unhappy it would have taken. Heroines and heroes, tough situation changes during the 10 years, while stout live and grow as a human being, to be appealing, had attracted in the end. I think Paula Marshall's story is love me because he draws it, works really great.