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COUNT TOUSSAINT'S PREGNANT MISTRESS
When an evening of immensely enjoyable conversation led to a night alone in his hotel room, a smooth-talking Frenchman gave Abby the final push she needed to begin anew. This time around she isn’t going to let life pass her by, and even though he also left her with painful memories, Abby desperately wants to see Luc again.
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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.
Empathy and not
Heroine felt attracted to the hero. Well the relations of men and women who've just met "? ', Did not feel much passion for each other, and the. This "cool Earl" would not feel worthy of the title. Because it sure was cool, that is (laughs)
Better than the original.
I read the original. As Aniston read hero there was distress! And the story is comic lies are you by the scary curiosity purchase (laughs) was organized to clean. but bad oh Hero.
It is better than the original.
Don't know how the heroine
The anguished hero is one empty is around. But I'm not the heroine. Read heroine emerge from under the control of their parents, the mother awakening hero released from trauma and I think it is, but keep his feet on the ground, or sometimes, anxiety.
It is not bad...
Not so much attracted. It was like the other review, "Appassionata" is not suitable for a lack of excitement and work. I knew the tormented hero of Mireille also tell very quickly.
Well ~ I.
Kate Hewitt I love stories so! 3. To better grip the mind of the hero and heroine from midfield started very good but is superficial and pity. So we met at the piano should have been utilizing the piano more. Is taken to the hero, heroine's dad and MOM and heroin to leading pianist brought up to, it was poor. Doesn't seem too happy and comfortable.