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While at an engagement party she has no interest in, Whitney Lawford finds a place to wait out the night. It’s a quiet bedroom away from the hubbub, so she decides to take a nap. When she wakes up, she’s lying next to a man she doesn’t know. He turns out to be the groom, Sloan Illingsworth. When his fiancé finds them together, she calls the engagement off. Having promised his mother he would marry, Sloan tells Whitney she will have to become his fiancé. Can Whitney, a woman who likes to play it safe, finally find love in this crazy situation?
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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.
An idiot heroine
I thought it was anything foolish heroine. Common sense in the House for the first time, enters the room without permission, and end up sleeping on the bed is unthinkable.
Duck is in love with the Prince, but... and then Harlequins it seem too childish, where she was a millionaire hero? Did not understand honesty. Arrogant hero in Harlequin's promise intact! (laughs)
Fell in love with the heroine?
I never saw the heroine is enough to fell in love with the hero. Where was the?.
It is strange
No idea why, I love to develop. No sweetness and lolicon, not feeling totally heroines their own charm. Really didn't come to see hero, there was no reason. A surprising development has been passed.
That kind of girl, cute woman. Tachibana blossoms at night is visible from the impression of the teacher, pretty young heroine. The hero is lolicon only saw (lol). Liked the scene when you wake the hero say "Hello, my love".