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Benedict is an handsome and intelligent man who solves the most difficult cases that stump even the police. Being the baron's second son, he's also of high lineage, and tired of being constantly reminded to marry. One day, someone comes and asks him to investigate the death of the doctor from a small village. He's said to have been killed during a robbery. Using it as an excuse to get away from noisy London, he accepts the request. But little does he know he is about to meet the woman that will convince him to get married—the beautiful cook, Emma!
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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.
"I love Charlotte.
Man's behavior to every reason of, but not words but it's a thought. (Lol) given the hero's right's deepest emotions get in even thought it is not. Like heroine of the artist's daughter hero thoughts not obediently, and enjoyed the contrast. Around the original hero's mind had imagined and symbolizes the black orchids are preached lined with glass paper weight, how does it feel. Seen in the comics is satisfied.
It's not that I don't?
Even though you are pregnant is that trampling.
What about it? That not only work, but cannot tune in around a lot.
Apart from the objective approach to the heroine
Just love at first sight, noticing the heroine, hero, straight to devoted to each other each time ask and while appearance is interesting. Harlequin usual misunderstanding but undaunted heroine is full of energy! Outdid the arrogant hero Jacqueline Byrd is flustered, seemed unimaginable power relationship after 10 years (laughs). Like look at home in the PostScript paper weight I.
I think it's very old-fashioned. Like in the cartoons of the 1980s, is not a Harlequin.
Can children get more communication but I know it's important, I.
What has a mouth...
I'm not just for nutritional supplementation alone.
And the hero, of course, you want to say to the heroine.