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SWITCHED AT THE ALTAR
Planning to stop his younger brother’s wedding, Alex Stone marches into a small theater called Magnolia House, only to find that his brother is nowhere to be seen. The only one there is the owner of the house, Desiree, who’s wearing a wedding dress. He instantly loses his heart to her beauty, but in order to get his brother’s whereabouts out of Desiree, he interrogates her. Will Alex’s coldness push Desiree away?
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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.
Reading tired and frustrated in the middle.
Rating 0 choice I wish
[Picture] as well as review other kinda awful? may be good to you I [story] play and reality are interspersed with the way ' viewpoints and the configuration is not good enough.
A surge in nothing now. [Bonus] heroine, crying too much. Too much 涙moro. Hero, hell-bent too.
Well look at the surroundings.
Bad picture bad hero
I'm not very handsome. This simple disposition lawyers is what a joke. A low piece of wagon sale this month?
In the right place is important.
A decade ago shounen manga atmosphere, found attractive pictures and content. Read 2 times I read once that would work.
By all means...
I previously had a book I read many times and I was no good. I have not read the end. Because it was in the set, so I feel that loss. Don't feel like reading why is unknown. In the face of the hero (especially in the mouth) sexy's doesn't take a piece from you, without romanticism. I would picture of another writer, appears on the screen while writing this review, too, after all this romance or never beautiful.