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Katie, an aspiring artist, has the good fortune to land a house-sitting gig in a mansion for a wealthy client. But the day she arrives, laughing with her friend as they carry in her luggage, a handsome man shows up and snaps at both of them to be quiet. Katie did hear that a high-strung billionaire lived next door… Could it be him? No way. That afternoon, Katie is sketching in the garden when she decides to climb a lilac tree to prune a branch, only to fall into the yard next door…and straight into the arms of her cranky neighbor!
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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.
Picture is beautiful
Picture is beautiful, but often didn't know the charm of the two protagonists. Heroine is a brainless beauty College, but they don't say much of the same hero is gullible.
A heroine common sense is too much
I like the picture, but in the first few pages "is now?
"Did. Put a scratch in the car of that attitude.
It is improbable.
After that scene also Dork do is think.
All in a nice picture of the long-awaited sense of ruin. Story than the character of the heroine? I said what?
There is apparently never did. It is a pity or the flow of the story felt like it.
Rich, ended up in the story from the invisible world of celebrity heroes, though somewhat heartwarming-and felt. Heroine is bright, because it left the impression evaluation 4.
From the young
I'm a moron whiff of youthful heroine, wasn't helpful. More calculation is okay, but can't I like.
Is the heroine.