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The Greek Tycoon's Love-Child
A woman perfect for affairs—that was his first impression of Willow, the prep-school girl visiting a friend's house during summer vacation. A fancy party at the mansion is Willow's first experience with the finer things in life, as she's a bookworm used to a humble lifestyle. Wearing a provocative dress loaned to her by a friend, the shy Willow accidentally falls asleep in the kitchen—not thinking in her wildest dreams that the Greek tycoon Theodore Kadros would soon arrive, and not realizing how his gaze filled with lust when he looked at her...
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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.
Small hero with too much because her heroine in the I heart beauty stand out.
From the beginning
So does have withered early. Still, again, and GTB (Greek tycoon bastard) NetA (lol). A hero's most unlikely heroine too smarter ~. Of decent hero son, say what?
For the fashion industry
Like the fashion industry of the male protagonist's (feeling with narcissus? ) Becomes a little style. Women have advanced state-of-the-ordinary as well as fashionable, so little balanced's are getting better and better in-.
My son was a hero.
Star heroine, with one son, hero mothers
Hero, try it-is good. From my mother order a deep sigh and "miserable", and said "my dad that even though" from the son a wife from the heroine in the novel by the death penalty, will not be complaining about anything. Best lowest per thought I could atone in a dress and jewelry. I wonder like this guy why the heroine.