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Maggie is a dowdy secretary who has been obsessed with her boss, Quinn Scott, a movie genius and a well-known playboy, for four years. But she knows she can never compete with all the celebrities who vie for his interest. In order to give Quinn up for good, Maggie decides to set him up for a one-night stand…with her. But when she impersonates an actress at a masquerade ball, Quinn instead becomes intoxicated by her charms!
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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.
I'm not bad, but...
Do not know the hero is drawn where the heroine is. Body only? And then you didn't. If the episode had become a damn life and monologue, but only say overnight with the unforgettable was.
I thought that was a women's high school
Young heroine isn't?
I thought the last dress teens for you. Hero also too young.
Try reading enough.
Try reading just want to read now, but then it is fine. Don't bother to read in monthly Pack and then wait for good.
As a picture does not match the
Pretty erotic scenes, and are classified into passion romance. That is a good think fall draw artist, but unfortunately pretty warm fuzzy picture of the film's writer heroine of female high school students like. A more mature I thought I wanted to read in the picture. And now Smartphone submersion will also contact RCN stored separately and not anything I think.
I also like
I think the picture is beautiful and the story is nice. Heroine is panicking too much but I think I could empathize with the people sense hero. However, in the last sentence "old tales?!!" Really, I was tsukkonnde and let's even though is that you don't. Nice picture talk was only in Charlottetown. Future work is fun!