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ONE-NIGHT MISTRESS...CONVENIENT WIFE
Three years ago, Natalie was treated like a child and dumped by Christo, a handsome lawyer, when she was working as a clerk at his law firm. She's grown up since first becoming infatuated with his kisses, and she thought she'd gotten over him—but now they're working together, and the two of them find themselves sharing a bed again. Just when Natalie is balking at the fact that the only requirement of their temporary relationship is that they won't ever get married, Christo makes a cruel request... He wants her to pretend to be his fiancée to please his dying grandmother.
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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.
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I showed to her husband, saying, I was laughing at. Of types of facial expressions, callout shape, an exclamation point going with dice or something? And from beginning to end of emotions is not coherent to seriously think about.
Not suitable for orientation
This work, with the hero and heroine are the same angle face cannot draw, but it is only a cover I'm not glued? Not draw? The device or not? At this point I find lack of drawer. Just like a lot of readers, I reviewed, but really is the sister drawing of Hare is personally useful. Say somehow, and musical reading, like, embarrassed the readers of employ the exaggerated poses, and lines. I feel like Venus to the reader by drawing not only depicts nothing but your like and. Hare world with a devastating may say, I feel I'm on the editorial side so I better not say hey. The NAA... (sigh)
It's why, why HQ?
Picture does not fit HQ. Other people say, but the actor's facial makeup around the eyes of the hero and heroine winding poses and voluptuous lips of the deli at the men's magazine or gag would be.
Honestly, can't be bothered for hero guy too. Could not dispel the image that I'm the guys all the time you are.
Face of a hero is
Hero's face is scary. Horror comics in the disagree that romance.