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THE HEIRESS & THE BODYGUARD
Billy Lucas, an ex-cop with a checkered past, is hired as a bodyguard for a naive young heiress named Julia. Originally ordered to watch her from a far, Billy is forced to intervene when she sneaks off alone. After hearing from Julia about her sheltered life, Billy decides to take her on an adventure and show her the things she has missed out on. Will sparks fly between these two people from different worlds?
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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.
Cute and fashionable heroine. You want to protect from the guys point of view, and think of everything. But sprinkled here and there, arouse the jealousy of the poor behavior is annoying I tokimasu.
First is a selfish young lady?! I was going strong Lady lady going!
Weak but strong!
And courageous young lady, because I have pride.
Not weak opponents so far to defend it, so far.
It can be helpful.
Heroes are cowards that well represent the goodness of.
Natural at first too innocent heroine, I'm cute and I had read, but read through I draw them. It was actually pure hero was a realist. Nice picture.
It is a story rich's naïve heroine, like in the film "one night affair", "Roman holiday", the hero is surreal, coordination. It is very fashionable, but minor part of the story but what I stepped.... ' Here, the interesting thing about! Far from laughing! "And to say of it? A better feeling of her lot, to get inside to my students I see at the end like that?.... And comfortable with nice picture managed to read.
But I don't hate the heroine too naïve to what IRA man.
I read a few pages, it gets tiring and could not read to the end.