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UNDERNEATH IT ALL
Kate is a woman who makes an honest living as a beauty consultant. She is under the strict belief that there aren’t many good single men out there other than her boyfriend, Brian—certainly not rich bachelor, Darren Kaiser, Jr., nor her rude new neighbor, who is actually Darren in disguise. So what happens when her beliefs are proven wrong and the impossible becomes reality?
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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.
Hero dad w
Cute face turned hero father (? ) I was surprised.
But it is interesting.
It's makeover of the hero many interesting works.
Settings are good, but a little picture. Momose's other work is OK though, the heroine of the hairdresser's hair Medusa-like spread too much in that, did this dress in the sense of beauty of the heroine, or the mens don't hear hair would be (hair color is not the colar color), or was distracted.
Oh I love it.
In the comical story of Nancy Warren, it is very cute sense. This person's story, but interesting! Cartoonist's research have been well understood. Smith Tower, Seattle. GOOD job!
Well let's see......
Author but nowadays most attracted only hero mote guys, nerdy guys together to write are in force and the finished good character from the beginning until the end very easy understand and uninspiring. But on the other hand puts the heroine from the beginning until the end weak for too uncertain in character.
The heroine of last even say that heroes are people like writing is weak and does not come through.
In the comic book version of the Hare well without too steep or deployment, fewer pages to write parts in the first half too late to perfunctory part is that there the hard way "literary coterie magazine packed with only what you want to draw your made to read" like feel to hear, nothing complicated.
And also wrote a strong hero than write weak heroine is axis-leaning causes discomfort or. Only interested in two settings and in the first half I finished with indigestion, unfortunately.
Darren's image around, thinking that Dean is the essence ☆ MIT graduated top of the geek stuff's pretty things.
Depiction of the hero is often also raised interest.) ^ o ^ (