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The Greek's Bought Wife
Nic Leandros is drawn to the beautiful Tina Matheson, who is carrying his late brother’s child. Because the child is to be the next heir to the Leandros family, Nic decides to use this opportunity to force Tina into marrying him. But Tina wants nothing to do with his family. She also suffers from a past trauma that could scuttle Nic’s chances of getting close to her. Nic has no idea if she will eventually fall for him, or continue to detest him...
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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 interesting
This cartoonist's work is somehow funny. I love you very much. And I came to love black men's briefs.
Gentle and the two
Original unread instead of arrogance or stubbornness both reading, but I was quite honest in giving love and to receive.
But too bad English spelling was wrong! "Bitch" would be... (Sabine made a mistake, not the author's like to think)
The curse of the black Buri
Review section zushi was gone and lined "black Buri" is useless, and it bought. Was it heal, so that (laughs) I think I was stalking besetting traumatized by rape (attempted) heroine or hero in the story or miscarriage or very heavy content was well organized. Yes sexy was the hero at w
It was aimed at.
I also read the Afterword, lol. Understand why we had felt discomfort in HQ black briefs, but read the Afterword, it made sense and the author's.
Next time look forward to work! I personally think it is HQ of sexy images of men is too much useless. It's strange...
Cover with the loss.
Reviews for you guys, let me read what it was. It is by far better than the cover image.