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The Playboy's Office Romance
The career-driven Lara can't believe that her new boss is the spoiled playboy son of the wealthy Braddock family. As a professional, she cannot accept the idea of someone like him running the company, so she marches into his office with her letter of resignation in hand. But Bryce pleads with her to stay, and somehow Lara can't argue with the sexy glimmer in his eyes.
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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.
Hero is looking good!
Wanted to do Playboy when and what turtle was not so the contents are apparently good guy?!
And no sense of responsibility or if you order was very responsible, and chunks of chivalry. Heroine, jealous ~! But when had worked for her and I think from the consequences. From the character of the heroine's recalcitrance has various hard ever thing I think. I want to be happy, I genuinely thought.
The heroine was always angry squeaky wasn't likable. Such a belief, femininity, (humanness? ) Diluted. Hero was very attractive, where the heroine is good? Unfortunately, the other two films in the trilogy was interesting.
It is nice! The heroine was very attractive. Time to confess love hero is very interesting! It was her boy. It is everyone's happy ending I nice. Your peace of mind, but I could read.
That is not because I read the deployment in episode 1. If the area is "very interesting" without complaint.
Looks like Playboy actually. Men, and is actually, but if you look at from a superwoman. Is in love with a woman tells us, hearts and draw without failure is hard to prompt women to be honest I think, properly settled. The female protagonist is clumsy, but has plenty of love for the family is really nice.