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The Marriage Clause
Gina is hired as the manager of a lodge buried deep in the Alaskan wilderness known for it's intense winters. However, just as she is heading into her first harsh winter, the owner of the lodge suddenly passes away. Clay, a pilot and the owner's son, asks Gina to marry him. Although she learns that he only needs a wife in order to inherit his father's property, she feels a flicker of hope and anticipation burning in her chest....
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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.
I was impressed
So good was the talk. Impressed with the straightforward and single-minded attitude of the heroine.
Characters, all with sincerity and bad guys, no, rest assured, you can read.
It was interesting
Couscous is read until the end with a laugh.
Reads back again
Professor Hashimoto works like, but am re-reading this piece so many times. And re-read every time you cheer. Bright and cute heroine, little stubborn but I'm his woman want him. "He is adorable! "It says like I (said I). Good daughter doting Daddy who was happy with the book and will warm the heart. I would recommend.
Professor Hashimoto's good comedy!
It is no doubt the teacher works. Good at comedy, romantic and happy feeling.
It was interesting!
In the illustration on the cover of I imagined like SF, but talk about how cute it would be. Nice comedian who plays a hero!