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Forbidden or for Bedding?
Professional painter Alexa Harcourt has just been commissioned for a portrait of Guy de Rochemont, the young head of Europe’s most prestigious banking institution. At first Alexa holds nothing but contempt for the rich playboy because he treats their sitting time so frivolously, but even as her irritation grows, Alexa somehow finds herself drowning in Guy’s emerald eyes. When he eventually wraps his arms around her, Alexa realizes there’s no escaping her true feelings…
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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.
Read first though because I don't like painting and thinking, but the story was good.
A sickening feeling hero certainly think Guy speak frequently at Halle there is important too, I assume at all was acceptable. A portrait about depicting the heroine is still hatred, Fang, and little something better could not.
It was a bad sucks man. Happy end and already I can not get on the Loire River in diastrophism good..
What... I was shisshou because it was sick to well what a typo, but even the unemployed. And is a poor picture but I found that stand even physiologically impossible picture is impossible.
This is, this is
She sees him "well, what a wonderful and has a perfect face..." of comedy to the end from serif and I!
Even treated like "trash like" do as I say not. After trying to excuse what is this guy to do always "new going here once, and once it even if I also" I get disgusted at. Will laugh at you look because this is told about love, will end. Think worse level for the painting, but other works of this it's nonsensical, so it very still in a range of common sense and I think.