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Violet-eyed French Princess Celeste is en route to a remote area in Northern England to fulfill an engagement arranged by her father. After a slew of unbelievable hardships, her aunt falls ill and her travelling party is delayed. Brother Guy, a novice monk with unearthly beauty, is hired as a guide . Completely disappointed in women, Brother Guy makes a vow with God to keep silent while serving as the guide to the beautiful princess, totally unaware of the unimaginable, cruel fate that awaits them…
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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.
It was very interesting
I felt like page numbers or more fully. Now like to read at first thought now is a picture out.
Interesting PostScript. Came out so much that mark? And I read it again, why don't you head certainly lovely to the horse flashy aloud and laughed. Try reading from this us attention to helmets and horses.
Book of love
I found "love Knights". King René's Book of Love by Google is! Than this film's story becomes a bother. This story is interesting, picture is kinda crude is not or. And is like a taste, but somehow get into the habit of.
It was monk's hero because no other historical. Laughed as the hero in the fight against the illness. Once in a while such historical? Would be good with the Cavendish-related if you can.
That are swirling in my head goes on and on (lol) in real historical content, could be entirely immersed in the world looked like in the old movies. Not with historical Victorian things, as well as old-fashioned and yes was straying.