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WEDDING AT WHITE SANDS
When a young boy comes to her saying someone is trying to kill his dad, a surprised Allie, private investigator, decides to meet his father, Jake, to look into the matter. Allie gapes when she meets him—he has shiny blond hair, an athletic form and sensual amber eyes. She tries not to be mesmerized by his charm, telling herself that this is just a job. But the moment she opens her mouth, Jake icily tells her to get out of his office.
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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.
Insanely straight too! So cute! I'm not such a straight girl. He's settled down.
Adults from it. Hare is rare and refreshing story!.
Unusual for HQ
Say marriage, marriage and, don't get pregnant and haven't been bitten to the hero stories.
It's impressive in that sense.
Apart from the character of the heroine
It is quite like the atmosphere of the work. So is the heart of the sweet 4.
Paying rent tickets buy tires buy, money is no longer getting from lies and to capitalize on the hero. To contact relatives is not normal? 10 minutes where you can shelter if you have a card? Tachi and long early look like doing, they are likable heroine.
Every time I think...
The carrying of the author's story is very attractive!
Now make that now longer than I usually do. Cute heroine.
A surprise hero is sincere and strong self-control people!
I wanted to see the HQ we end up speaking to? Oh, no! Author's pastry shop? Do you think it was? Had no PostScript?