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The Greek's Seven-Day Seduction
Charlotte, who is a journalist, meets Iannis with sculpturelike beautiful coal-black hair on the Greek island of Iskos! With a desire to write about him, Charlotte approaches him and finds herself smitten; he has an arrogant side, but also gentlemanlike elegance. The two indulge in a passionate love affair, but one incident generates a doubt…!
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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.
Well let's see?
Heroine's reporters often childish impressions. The reporter to get into the spirit you will not forget. And impulsive behavior immediately. So, last of the stuck job after all what happened?? Just a beautiful picture, and Iloilo.
I'm going? I have read and it was. Characters live, and I'm attractive picture, but norenakute isn't in the story, even-I, I-was, and while thinking so hard end. Overstuffed, noisy feeling. It's a three +1 was the hero of the moist respect of amorousness.
I didn't understand the heroine.
Where she was a hero?
Divorced, divorced the German woman hurt in screaming doggy my impression only feelings of the heart in motion.
I understand that my work and hero to this cruel treatment, while approaching.
Such a stupid woman, I couldn't quite empathetic. Art is beautiful, both men very sexy and attractive, as was.
But I don't hate...
Because somehow disrespectful also missed background at first, with the hero and heroine respectively of feelings will gradually read is populated and difficult to wonder and thought out... well, romantic is a ~ ~ love too, such as--? well, it should--did you have to ask yourself. Clear from the book, all right?