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Four years ago, Kate lost her beloved brother, her only remaining family. To exacts her revenge on Aidan, the man who drove her brother to his death, she attends his wedding and messes up the ceremony by claiming to be his wife. But Kate was mistaken—the man she truly wanted revenge upon was Aidan’s twin brother!
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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.
It is the hidden masterpieces. This is serious is the story. Heroine hang in there!
Oh another painful
Many heavy talk about itself.
I couldn't really eyes. Brother you want gone to hell, and the heroine wants to be happy.
How is inexcusable if you die it is easy. That's why the hero and the heroine's best friend. Are glad to meet nice people, and work seems
I like you
I think stories I thought I face tells that the heroine's hardened heart is melting process fits the pattern.
I want to support the upcoming heroine!
Last was a whirlwind, but makes good reading. There is something poignant and read stories about the subject such trauma, heavy feel, but certainly. Both art and story from the definition of the HQ and "will not" is the story of what it was. Just not want to be in this brother and brother-in-law brother ~ ~ ~. I pray that come from Africa, and 2.
It was quite a shocking story.
Brother goes to Africa at the end, but become lost in Savannah as the good once eaten by the lion, and. However, blast you too disappointing. Then they leave to the reader's imagination is the thing is not enough.