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SICILIAN HUSBAND, BLACKMAILED BRIDE
Today is Amber's wedding, and she's having a grand ceremony in a rural English church. Her groom is the eldest son of a wealthy and aristocratic family. But the moment Amber is about to swear her vows, a strong male voice breaks the tranquility. "I object to this union!" When Amber turns around, she sees the unforgettable Guido. Amber "married" Guido one year previously in Las Vegas. But why is he here now? That marriage wasn't even real!
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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.
Check out going and usually cheated? Especially if you are going to get married again.
Unique ones family is Japan's such an idea? No appeal from heroine and hero are going fast in the belief of their story reader, tired in the chrysalis.
Monthly scrap piece
Totally meaningless. It is ridiculous to point out every single long ceiling packed without rationality talk. I wonder if the original funny? At think of comics by story's end.
Ridiculous content, unclear story, and read the heart is broken-hearted. You want to read a better monthly but are
Think what a beautiful picture, but face a fortune laugh State page is pretty much the story almost didn't head. But rounded at the end, it seems settled, but eventually the both 上滑ri just as impressive.
Ending after each other in arbitrary conclusions repeat it. In the hero was the heroine are at all unsure empathy even crush one.
Accept the reading loss
No, no, I'm not sure the talk was. Put talk's per month, though little understood content is...