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Love Me True
Senator's daughter Heather fell in love with the most handsome boy in high school, Joey. Their relationship came to an end when her unexpected pregnancy was discovered by her parents. They are now both adults and engaged to other people, living with the bitter memory of their first love. One day Heather is shocked to find out that Joey became a movie star and he just won an Academy Award. From the podium of the award ceremony, Joey says: "Heather, I still can't forget about 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.
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Scene nude in the water I'm stupid I thought. Rotten fiance and his parents also sister-in-law even children the meaning was unclear.
But I have not understood well somehow unsure likable heroine. Can only think in particular blast that apologized for the joke. The hero looks pathetic.
Purchased a cartoonist's favorite book is... Digestion's pretty bad and sorry end. I just revived love hero & heroine or when, coming out stories of its brother sister. Any human heart (especially my sister! ) Even halfway could not adequately conveyed. The contents into one's?
Let's talk about Hare.
But is not limited to this story, both heroine and hero from the beginning love it gets worse so far why, every time every time? (^ ^; though not told to express my feelings to contrary Giles just because you're? It was like a Hare story.
I? Not kinda funny?
For it was with his fiancee saying trust and can marry the heroine?
Told parents that I could for the kids instead of ginger....
It is a question. Well, Harlequin and with it.