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THE ITALIAN COUNT'S BABY
For Katya the worst realization wasn’t the baby, it was knowing she’d fallen in love with Benedetto… Italian count and star surgeon Benedetto Medici is a notorious playboy. For Katya Petrova, a nurse with working-class roots, the gorgeous Italian was an object to venerate and admire from afar…until one night she saw Benedetto’s despair at losing the one he loved. How could she have known he was looking only for fleeting comfort in her arms?
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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.
People say so not too bad
Is often scathing criticism and pregnancy equal baby! So pretty I guess I-? I think people think you 授kattara the children suddenly glad or happy. Confusion, anxiety, and lost. It is natural. I naturally express in the movements of the heart. To resolve the problem of the heroine, and lust is a fast 許emahita since, but a bright future.
That Word is so important?
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I have heard the baby (tears)
"I not going to grow from. Harsh you say! But you can understand the circumstances of the heroine.
Born in difficult circumstances is understandable, but too puerile and did not like. As Harlequin was a piece of human drama. No smile works Kubota was the teacher feels a lot. By chance?
Ate a bad aftertaste of sweets
Also on the mental condition of the heroine was born and raised and I think of it more, but I imagine the physical pain was and I keenly different life.... I'm abandoned after birth? "from her father's I'll do to you", it's not a cat. Draw a little gentle woman? I think the ending change in interpretation.