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THE GREEK'S INNOCENT VIRGIN
Sebastian Kouros is convinced that Rachel Long is just like her unfaithful mother—he doesn’t want anything to do with her. And when circumstances force them together, he refuses to believe Rachel’s innocence despite her insistence. But if he really hates her so much, then how did they wind up kissing each other?
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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.
A skill of the artist depicting the feelings of the tough heroine, misunderstood from loved ones as the content of the work, the sad thing, though? Understood the contents, but the sentiment is strong and did not have the transfer alternative. Can't like a painting, not empathy, fictionalized version very well fast is? I felt. It has not read the original story, sorry. It had to review someone's always character is smaller and is hard to read.
Disgusting picture of a hero
The first picture of the hero's. Hair and eyes are bad. Then, is spewing rant soon regret, apologize, immediately again.
I feel no attraction at all.
After the characters are small and further explain many very hard to read, too. But I just read in quite a while ago, to little good original.
Heroine is de M?. So like angry ijiめ抜ka is still hero Prince is just dull. Alone and so the hero, rich, stupid and evil characters together.
Gorilla it's kind of like-
Reflecting the heroine at the rant... repeat. To thought heroine of courting attack of the second half for the heroine needle on a just act. Bad heroine unsaid what it be?!? I'm not still unsaid and that lessons (?
) What I'm sure you'd know if you love it's illusion.... It was discussed by other people, but not that aunt Philippa! For my aunt Philippa customer is hero heroine (lol)