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Jill and Aiden Morse are having a rough relationship, but when Aiden forgets his daughter's first birthday, can you blame her for getting upset? Aiden's been on autopilot since his daughter was born, but things begin to look up for the family after Aiden has a near-death experience. Thanks to a plane crash—or train crash, depending on when you ask him—Aiden's lost his memory…but has been given a new start. Is the new Aiden man enough to save his marriage, or will Jill's divorced friend Eric Lindstorm offer up a better alternative?
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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.
Deliberately inspirational stories
It was a story will go right through the quiet. Eyes with tears. I was impressed by a certain love of love filled with heroes and heroines.
Work will come to mind!
And, best of all love sealed to protect "important people". Get the heart be healed by love have been refused life saved and had lost again. Storyline feel to proceed calmly, even many times to appeal to the reader's mind. Works great buy! On the expressive power of this cartoonist's applause!
Good story with tsun at the back of the nose. Says the cartoonist, "7-year-old ~" like it goes better system than what I like adult which works.
Hero tears to tears
It is good. In a scene the hero tears I cried. "You hurt anyone now. "Often have lines, but has been touched. I think it works a gentle impression.
Inspiring. Re-read many times.
I bought because it was better today. It was a very good talk. Good buy. Draw was good dark hero is almost painful. That heroine is going on between good neighbors child divorce Guy Eric is dzukattari think it was insane, but it was Eric House, alone would. Psychology's splendid read for the first time this cartoonist's work and the picture was carefully. I thought I read other works.