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The Marriage Miracle
Sitting outside the dance floor at her cousin's wedding reception, Matty notices a man beside her and says hello. His name: Sebastian. A banker from New York. They start to hit it off, and Matty decides he is the ideal companion...for now. That's right—no matter how much Matty enjoys the relationship, she refuses to get too close to any man. That is the decision she made after her own carelessness cost her the use of her legs. Goodbye, Handsome. Little did Matty know that the man in question was determined to take the woman in the wheelchair out on a date!
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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 packed with tsuya's cartoons are always entranced tighter and that should suffer from this scene. In the second half another page every few tears. Nice people, Nice. Heroes & heroines, congratulations!
Effect of far-infrared
I read so much of it is tsuya teacher's work is deliberately charcoal-in the infra-red mind dust feels like it warm around a lot. Hare is very often love pounding blazes like supremacy, campfire stories are nice, I like this one better. Heroine in a desperate and unlikely to lose this piece too timid to stand up both mentally and physically, and that was impressive.
I'm tsuya teacher hero is sexy. Mune Kyun is a
Prologue to bring wanted
And why did this order.
Fabrication and it is
Once in a while without that thought there is a talk about feel, but personally this fabrication is "Yes". The difference between the original story? The style of the manga?
What is the difference? Gestures (postures) hero is looking to keep the heroine's face look into acne Orientals I as I.