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THE FUTURE KING'S PREGNANT MISTRESS
Emily has been living with Marco Fierezza for three years. One day, she discovers that her businessman boyfriend is actually the crown prince of Niroli! Called back to Niroli, Marco struggles with his vision for the country against his grandfather's, the King's, focus on tourism. Old traditions work against the growing feelings between Emily and Marco, made more difficult when Emily discovers she's pregnant with Marco's child!
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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.
That is a beautiful picture
It is difficult to read because of weak expression. It is weak because this series is drawing changes and is hard to read for me.
Anime look scarce troubled heroine is basically the face or vacant face writer's distinctive paintings impression remains ease it, but end up in the writer's unique painting
Heroine is almost no white, black point's hero's eyes (pupil? ) Is too small.
I think it's a matter of taste, but the eyes of the heroine too, but look like reptiles. Changes in facial expression's degree barely distinguish between eyebrows and mouth. … But I think the picture is clean except for eyes. Comfortable low heel are the pregnant heroine.
Well let's see?
I think is not bad, but the last reliably. But if the situation would have surgery before and after the scene was good.
Various settings or something toys retailer saw the character do or picture do wipe in any other way (laughs) in particular, still seemed to baby's heart had in fact abnormal. Nothing more than opportunism may not