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Samantha has long been feeling the effects of her husband Johann’s gambling addiction. He’d almost lost everything they had, and now, he’s even bet Samantha! When a man named Cristiano appears after winning Johann’s last bet, Samantha’s husband disappears, and she’s forced to give in to the man who bested him. But when she and her daughter, Gabby, suddenly run away to the orphanage Samantha grew up in, they discover that even that won’t keep Cristiano from pursuing his winnings!
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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.
Up the Middle
It was interesting though.
Got very excited.
And story advancing hope has no impact in the climax of sorry, hero of heroine to feel less, and skewed towards the race heat.
The last minute (> _ <)
Since mourning I would choose for the race than to reassure his wife was my favorite.
You'll be overcome in recessions in unsubstantiated chatter, if you want kindness, but I must-and is really dangerous I.
I wanted to moisten, and because of the trauma of his wife's, not in the real problem I'm worried about it.
And I pull and have forced interest in children as well (> _ <) cheered the husband from childhood dreams listed of Yes-but, I thought at least my husband even more concessions do,. She also likes to be unhappy be absolute.
Hero requests too high
I think my tough is good, but too tight to the heroine. Ask her the lumps to her unusual if you want?
A degree of sharpness. It did work once again, saved the child.
And the title of Jeanne d'Arc...
I was such a meaning. I understood in reading further. To defend the freedom of France was in fact Joan of arc. And to protect those who love heroine here.... Without family do children poured affection even if blood is therefore the heroine alone in the world, could understand the Act of defending. I think it's no nanny system in Japan so hard to come and will be live together in close proximity in blood than love is better. Late to the dangerous edge and linked the child hero, love don't heroine's mind. Are all women think so. Is 欠kemashita with the dramatic story of everyone is happy to be good. Only, what happened to the father of the child? I became interested (laughs)