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THE FIORENZA FORCED MARRIAGE
Emma March was a caregiver for rich businessman Valentino Fiorenza in his later years until his death. His son, Rafaele, believed the media rumors—he thinks that she was Valentino's mistress! When his will decrees that Emma and Rafaele may split his inheritance if they live together as a married couple for a year, Emma's capability to heal others will be tested... Can she heal the harm that Rafaele inflicted on himself from a lifetime of guilt?
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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.
Had a little Freehand-like say what, specifically heroine clothes anyhow... millionaire's wife, isn't it? Overall very poor smell, including the dinner dress.
Hero's face to cool not
To see the hero's mouth turn funny and bad feeling, so, we have. Portrayal the hero's mind is changing is a good story, but not to? is finished with, is not enough.
All the sudden
Driven by passion and the h/h think yelling, the next moment however say completely opposite things the wrong way clipped rather than violent mood swings "warranted such expression" that was. It's much like we have, up to a touching story.... And seen only "fukuwarai" Unfortunately (particularly hero) faces being out of balance from beginning to end.
Common and hard to read.
With the flow of the story if I know you want to, but the forced sense of wonder, 褪memasu. Especially the fluctuation range of the emotions and behavior of the hero is too large and didn't know why. This would be due to trauma is mentally unstable? I wonder what the original was? Anyway, to go on as a Harlequin, by in this story would have another thing even looks like.
Sauce is like the eye
Didn't like the hero's face.