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Hunter Ashton is a famous comic-book creator, which means his iconic Valerie Valor character is more recognizable than himself. When he auctions himself off at a charity bachelor auction, Noelle accidentally chooses him to be her date to her sister's wedding. Can this dashingly disheveled artist bring himself out of a world of comic-book conventions and into the world of wedding receptions with glamour and class, saving the day for Noelle, or will Valerie Valor be the only superhero in this tale?
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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.
In the end
No hero's apology not enough...
Knowing Hare also work if you had read the works of manga artist by genre, looking here, I read. I don't think the girls of comic glitz less I like very much. The hero is cool. The heroine is being under house arrest for half of the story made only two conversations is not boring but still great. Not pictured but it seems to work but not anymore? I want to read more.
The stories were drawn into jerks.
The plot of the story was
Because the picture is not liking good deployment story in this evaluation.
Sure is rewarding and
American cartoon rage looks like thick lines was resistance at first, but was drawn into the frames and talking about how to proceed.
Two people attracted by stories of suspense is drawn very naturally.
I think the author is power. It was reminiscent of and no matter how pictures are pretty much more interesting than boring content.