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HIRED: THE BOSS'S BRIDE
He’s frozen in his own little world, until a whirlwind goddess lands there… Playboy gallery owner Mitch Hanover dates a new blonde beauty each month. When he begins looking for an auctioneer to work an auction he’s sponsoring, he’s captivated by the woman who shows up late to her interview. A woman who arrives in her pink corvette, hair streaming… Mitch is accidentally attracted to Veronica’s charming smile and quick wit. But he has a tragic past and has vowed never to love again…!
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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.
Elementary and middle school students are talking cyancyan I only flew the invisible page??
So, as there is no content.
Not so good
Picture was like the Bank (copy of the painting once wrote) just because I'm using? Moment frame is beautiful and, though there is drawing skills. There's no composition... Well, separately, be adopted in that interview is truly foreign. Is not adopted immediately, or they say come back?!
Since the noisy
That emerged from the heroine is. It decreases the tension of the high tension of the heroine, read here. The picture I don't like.
Of all people involved, in the attractive heroine in acclaimed, thank you so much don't feel. I'd just spirited, hilarious just to look. It seems episode all anyone talks about just winning the heroine is not the only draw of self-complacency.
Good picture but
Blonde girl is 12-14 years old as unhygienic and'll deal with far to crime levels. Rebuild declining Gallery heroine story looks like, but thank you very much dressed heroines don't feel good.
It is a pity because a good picture.