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WISH FOR THE MOON
When Elizabeth "Liz" Morrison turned 17, for a birthday present she got a kiss from Canadian superstar Quinn Taylor…someone she soon found herself blaming for the death of a friend. Six years pass and, after discovering her family lineage, Liz is now Elizabeth Farnham, a mature, responsible 23-year-old adult. Suddenly, Quinn Taylor returns to her life., Ccan she put her anger for the pop star aside, or is it too much for her to WISH FOR THE MOON?
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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.
Oh, the reverse pattern
Often misunderstood heroine with male protagonists, the pattern in this work is male hero, misunderstood heroine who, off the pattern. So, endure the male protagonist and check-in. Heroine Leeds as a adult woman caught the truth of the facts over the past, trusting the check-up. Without believing that suports. This man is trying to put up difference a couple of years even unusual for such care. (But in good little straight told the truth and minds? I heard also. ) With 3. Warning 5.
Is the writer's favorite
Leave whether or not suitable for HQ (lol), is interesting, in the writer's love since ancient times.
It was quite like books as well. Statement I Moon was hope really cute babies and children. This time was gone and only hospital scene of the daughter was cute ~.
Nose comes to mind
Progress continues 突ki放shi hero heroine from a misunderstanding could end is a happy ending.
Did not like the heroine hero was nice. Snout like a sculpture then became concerned as the heart three.