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He doesn’t know it, but doctor Marcus Hamilton has been the love of Olivia King's life for the past six years. Whena horrifying accident blinds Marcus, it’s a good thing that Olivia, a nurse who specializes in rehabilitation, is there to help! Tasked with helping him acclimate to his new life, she'll soon find that the machinations of his malicious mother may be the reason their romance never took off before. Can Marcus and Olivia see the truth of their love?
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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.
Hara hero's usual body heroine will respond it's honest. Though there are some writers who draw the blur that is exactly Hare books as well usually because such depictions are accurate, but Hara is straight. Especially in the bathroom was "eh" and scenes that are available. We could enjoy. Hara picture not so vivid I'm somehow. Staff talk here's plenty of charm and the hero and heroine, and interesting aside and chaotic southern anything though, and laid back atmosphere.
Heroine is in Han dynasty
Good good. Besides women is they have very nice indeed.
It was interesting
As seen from reading the original this one is just bias, but different characters attractive and clean. I think grandmothers pressed hero in the comic a little weak-kneed, throughout, had strong comedy element. I'm in my head a little bit more hero sufficiently, I. The heroine was conflict at least this one is doing well.