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ARISTIDES' CONVENIENT WIFE
Helen takes care of her best friend Delia’s son Nicholas, who was born out of wedlock. However, when her regular contact with Delia is broken, Helen feels an ominous premonition. Delia’s older brother, Leon, suddenly shows up at her doorstep with news of his sister’s death. With Helen shaken by the news but with Nicholas’s happiness as top priority, Leon proposes they enter into a marriage of convenience. Deciding that it will be the best thing for Nicholas, Helen agrees…without realizing just how much she might regret it later.
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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.
Selfish purpose of love in marriage
To marry his brother to stay with their children left behind friends and eventually my voters to leave the child to talk.
Best friend's older brother is the hero,
Remember the long light of love (lol). Name the last scene. Name the kaitokudo for everyone in the Payne-I and I came.
Directs the Secretary to the boss
From a business-like tone, ' honey! "And the hero will call transformation Buri was. The birth of a new life of overcoming a painful past. The book is refreshing.
Poor children to draw the drawing skills of veteran teacher also? And children who draw this cartoonist's works also good I wish I would see.
Calculate too under a hero, and it did not like from the start, knowing about the sincerity of the heroine, confessions even pears.
Kireigoto say Bank management is, after all, greed.
It is naturally did not conceal the existence of the son sister, also in the guardian. And, Vanity Fair type face is a portrait of the heroine in the last scene is contrived.