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THE FRENCH COUNT'S PREGNANT BRIDE
Diana, who has just been abandoned by her husband, leaves on a trip to find the birth mother she’s always wanted to know in order to heal her broken heart. She hears her mother is in a small village in the south of France, and she decides to stay there a while. She should be able to find her mother here, right? Diana is anxious. Then a strange man calls out to her—he’s a businessman and calls himself Comte Anton de Valois. He doesn’t seem like a bad person, but his overly friendly attitude gives her doubts. Does he have some kind of ulterior motive? He’s just too charming to refuse…
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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.
But it was interesting.
Surprised at the end too abrupt.
And Sophie wanted to write like little wedding. Then later got into trouble with his ex-wife's room very 抱ki合eru so easily, what will?
Hero is a jerk much impossible heroine
Around here I know are looking for would be the creator of foster parents not considered any jam or not get stuck? I fall in the hero feels not that totally committed to search for his mother, saying, what well early. Squarely against the job description or roadside pootto, sometimes of the onomatopoeic brilliant condition the downright creepy. Not totally havingregard to the circumstances of the person and mother that make a hero that overall my feelings just filled fill in (late barely that) of great. Will's paternity was established as beautiful, but so stupid that when I'm reading Hama No.
But it was interesting
I think baddies woman hated by everyone so far good throw early on to what end is not sitting Castle. Fresh villains and the sickening feeling that worse villains, but this was the latter. They do not understand the neuroscience boot hero.
Meet the creator hero, nice man loved happy endings. No, I'm good.
This is Harlequin.
But no affection for the adoptive parents raised her love in the United States, and.
Unusual for HQ mother love ones. The mother was head of heroine and hero w