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SECRETARY MISTRESS, CONVENIENT WIFE
Laura has come to Tuscany, the birthplace of opera, to work as part of the staff for a high-society charity concert held by young millionaire Fabian Moritzzoni. Surrounded by expert staff and beautiful music, Laura spends many busy, productive days there. Then one day Fabian looks at her as if he’s sizing her up before he springs a shocking proposal on her in a cold voice. “When the event is over, will you sign a marriage contract with me?”
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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.
Only millionaires don't believe in HQ's and love and love for the woman's contract marriage is. But I'm normally should find love with a pinch of the heroine at the end of it still finds no's stubborn is too much. Is solved by radical and decisive of the heroine. It used a case example to say guys don't believe in love "love" for both.
Too highbrow for me?
Because I have genuine Japanese, I do not know the low mental age, or "love" each other but 言i合wanakute is not mean. Haggling in "love" with HQ's are 貴ba very much. But the hero loves heroine himself apparently did not say "love" If this works, and feel. And clumsy, but not on the public not to express feelings directly from. At the end of the couple's problems are.
Marriage contracts, and
It is an iron rule of Hare's marriage contract is not uncommon, say the condition who do not love each other. Continue in relation to body relationship from lust, not love, but in fact it's what [Yes]? Like last hero and thought.