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KIDS + COPS = CHAOS
For a nanny, Sloan doesn’t seem to really know his way around one child, let alone three. The truth of the matter is, Sloan’s an undercover agent trying to break up an art theft ring, and the only way he can do it is to investigate while in disguise. When Jo, a business mastermind and rather plain aunt to the kids, decides to help out, Sloan may have just found the love of his life…or the target of the criminal case!
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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.
I enjoyed reading!
A delightful romantic comedy that enjoyed until the end!
Even browsing is most interesting, but late is also more interesting. Child characters drawn by Professor Hashimoto is a lot like sly, lively and lovely.
They omoroshi, romance is legit.
Professor Hashimoto is really even talk about any too good! It is the one book you want to read when you're tired, so it makes me feel w had a good laugh.
Nice and DNA!
From the beginning, I was left laughing. This is tell lol Word. Didn't see if they choose to, pushing the gun shooting. Mastermind's key events at all lovable. (Weapon poses to the hostage weapon I'm not) and when it comes to Hardball the stubborn heroine takes this clan! Nice and DNA. Professor Hashimoto, Sabrina picture power off comedy to draw in it's really awesome.
I like ♥
Professor Hashimoto hero is still best comedy (no serious of also of course though it is good).
Also-Hashimoto-Sensei! Interesting too!?!
I can laugh from the cover. If you get this book is. Can I have a lot of energy; Really, I love you, Mr Hashimoto.