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The Millionaire's Pregnant Wife
After taking care of her brothers for ten years, Kelsey North thinks it's high time for her to have some freedom. But before that happens, Kelsey gets offered one last job by millionaire Luke Griffin. Luke is determined to find information on his late mother by looking through his grandmother’s old possessions. During the time they work together, Luke finds Kelsey’s secret "freedom" list, which shows she wants to have an affair. Luke is tempted, and he decides to fulfill her desire. But can he leave it at just that?
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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 say limited to end, I was feeling a little unsatisfactory. Life made it clear that marriage is no hero, but Alejo Alejo... that even popped the question during the? (Laughs) wanted painted little conflict of the mind is.
Going to art school. From the painter not good for?. I wonder if a hero's past is resolved. Fresh kids blah blah blah don't end up here if you like.
Something more interesting
Is another 1 trouble-and look forward to reading the road I had happy endings ^ ^;
Or if you're not attending to other
Need to fuss over there heroine is able to discharge the next day, and my brother is still not even know about injuries, you don't care. When not to last even resolves the problem of the inner surface of the hero and the heroine had to choose between larger, likely to be similar.
Unconvinced by the actions of the heroine
But it may be because I have no brothers. Back in that situation without threatening to life, to look flustered and I look more respectable adult brother or I. Same way back, usually little or not allowed? Comes to put junk on the hero, but sorry is not a word in politeness as the unlikely. "A family so naturally" "a family so naturally" heroine repeats that was pretty frustrating.