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The Frenchman's Love-Child
In her seventeenth summer, Tabby fell in love. Tabby and Christien swore their love for each other, but their relationship ended with a nightmare that tore their families apart. Four years later, the two unexpectedly reunite. Tabby has inherited a cottage on Christien’s family land, and suddenly, he appears demanding that she sell the cottage to him and leave. But Tabby desperately needs a home...for her and her son. This is the first book of Lynne Graham's popular miniseries!
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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.
A nice picture.
In the hero's attitude really irritated, too bad impressions of a book. Ouran student competence is really annoying, but it's original Lingle and the muttekotogadorehodono, but this is not done-.
Hero tinker too frustrated and useless.
Why this hero or heroine is good at all.
I'm not only saving grace of this story are Pippa and great-aunt. Understood from various related series, so I think this hero is the worst ranking sure thing.
But Pippa did kick and hero so I woukld! This work is my favourite in the series. Picture is really gorgeous and beautiful.
Hero is arrogant, shallow or not you say it Ah! Man was jacking both, but my hero wanted friend Pippa told everything fine! no!, feel good. So dedicated to Pippa-Chan ★ is all.
…… I don't mind too much, said pleasant reading and understating of the hero or what. Not sublimated grief even the heroine tantrums just Dame hero appeal No. So very satisfied is noted for the hero's best friend, but friend said content than anger and too stood beside the readers, I drank a heroine to complete-and. Would heroine arrogant hero stuff better in brave types have always also the thinness of the knee-jerk because their presence there. Thin by Star shadow too think I tightened the story considering that it only be ominous but impressions of a book without the existence of a close friend and friend, but it's overkill? And impression. But love is arrogant, but is separate from the "arrogant idiots", I do regret it!, not hero.