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Life has been tough for Max Sheridan, but he's fought tooth-and-nail to become a major player in international business. Having made his money, he's out to find the one thing that would make his life complete, and a wife and children are the only thing Max can't buy. What he can buy is the services of manners consultant Jessie Martinelli. Employing this lady to help him find the woman of his dreams was a smart idea, but is he smart enough to realize that she might actually be the one he's looking for?
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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.
Was betrayed in a good way
Millionaires do not believe in love... that way, also good at this hero I thought that no man would be a nice. I hate to dress up sexy spread but cute at best, with the villain Thangka is very cool. Hero personally playing heroine to villain I hate it want to heroes stay in this role.
It was good!
Affliction of the feeling of consciousness of love of the hero or heroine, or variety, but very readable, emotions easy to populate, and was above all happy happy ending story.
Of a handsome Manor
Jealous! Love the dress up her with horse in the scene is more exciting the heart
I like you!
From the hero and heroine are not fundamentally think I'm attractive. A hero to work for the heroine, you and MOM were nice, simply to show jealousy even humane. Could act as the hero came alive to be honest to myself, thinking of everything. There are a couple of cute.
Gotta was impressed with the nice little story. Rather life-size, was into the story. To your happiness!