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The English Doctor's Baby
Alex is the unbelievably rich heir of a prestigious family, and not only does he live in a huge mansion, he's also good-looking, a brilliant doctor...and a confirmed bachelor. Jenny's younger sister, Chloe, claimed that this man was the father of her child, Daisy, before she passed away. Jenny wants more than anything for Alex to fulfill his responsibility as a father, so she brings Daisy to visit Alex at his house. The man she meets there is as much of a coldhearted playboy as the rumors claim. He gives the two of them an appraising look, and finally says, scornfully, "Is it money you're after? That's too bad. That baby isn't mine."
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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.
This heart is dedicated to the heroes to prevent!
Not the heroine, the head bad.
In the trilogy
It was the most obnoxious heroine. At all of Alex's sister. This is too stupid heroine.
Hero to all heart
This PEAR with predilection the niece's immediate family was left alone just pretty and earnest heroine, though, as health workers eye cloudy, Nice.
Able to appreciate the magnificence of the hero is a blessing in disguise. Hero, M? (laughs)
As well as heroine x
Write a comment if you think already I want to say that filtration Peterson Ms. post who wrote me. Think that is the cause of the low evaluation of thoughts as their heroine. DNA tests demanded "absolute no needle! "What, and you nurse, right?. Problems alone are aware of my sister's baby father confirmed to me really scared me. Regardless of which sympathize with the heroine's story is read, no fun.
I'm nice guy a hero
Believing in a lie, pressed against the hero.
Don't head to think properly into thought.
And outraged if it were a man and his potential, but it's what Kettle or in hero is such a good person, but I. Unfortunately.