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The Billionaire's Housekeeper Mistress
Ethan Cartwright built an enormous fortune as a famous financial adviser. He is frequently shown in the media surrounded by countless beauties. Daisy, who works for a PR agency, sees Ethan at a party attended by celebrities from a variety of industries. While Ethan is quite sought after by social climbers, to Daisy, who is currently grappling with finacial debt, his very existence is infuriating. Ethan misunderstands her gaze, and purposely angers Daisy's supervisor, who fires her on the spot. Now her only employment option is to be his temporary mistress!
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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 cross-eyed!! ︎
That cross-eyed! Hero and heroine with a cross-eyed! Learned to care about, and I can't concentrate!! ︎ stories are nice, but the storyline was isn't it.
Why mistress contract in there! Suggestions here so I felt uncomfortable. Until it's very gentleman to everyone without discrimination, and friendly... even the heroine? I didn't think of?. (Love is blind, or enjoyed the Shanks?) screen is clean and is very cute heroine family. Warm fuzzy.
To be reaction you expect but like I said trying to be, pathetic heroine to suicide. Well want to test a woman does not understand the low odds but is miserable. Can mixing business with pleasure legally and diplomatically for women aimed at and there are means for the hero of a thought.
Relief to the
I-happy ending is the best. This story left unfinished and not necessarily farfetched forced the ease, Careens to the end.
And advice and
In the last genuinely thought so--; begin with why we be the mistress contract. Conspiracy of the author according to the Hare scenario? Or somehow waves the wanted pages to buy? So that suspicion to the words and deeds of the Heroes was unnatural for me. So you don't need to cry like the heroine;