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Recently divorced Juliet is in the midst of money troubles when her childhood friend Cary offers an intriguing proposal—for her to pretend to be his fiancée in exchange for a handsome payment. She agrees to the deal and heads to Tregellin Manor, where she meets Rafael, who immediately suspects that Juliet isn’t who she says she is. Cary’s grandmother Eleanor, on the other hand, welcomes her warmly and throws the couple an engagement party. But when Eleanor loans Juliet a beautiful ruby ring for the occasion, Rafael reacts most bizarrely. What does it mean?
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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.
Hero, subtracting the background, what is?!. It works well o祖母様 I have the guts.
Hero has sanpaku-eyes is scary
Eyebrows are thin, hanging up on a confession of love from the hero has sanpaku-eyes, and.
If refused it a terrible form (^ ^; I was so far apart, but a good story.
And like wasn't bad pathetic hero cousin's small.
And also did not like Vanity Fair too.
I was a naive young lady for marriage and divorce of the heroine, but I had to grin.
Once again the sabukyara eyes...
Sweet daughter's heroine (and say's I wonder? ), But is instead of rambling was going to talk. And the lead I had like a stubborn Lady Elinor than the two resolute but lovable. Recently a bystander to solidify middle age is gone, it embarrasses it. (Wry smile)
Picture very much.
I'm liked the character of the heroine so if reading I was been prolonged long face is no longer (lol)? HQ is a pattern is talking about.
The heroine was a fuzzy throughout lovely. At the end of it to fully hear the bottom line should heal, while hero suffer verbal violence.
It is always as Harlequin.
Her ex-husband absconded with the money of the heroine is it? There I became interested.