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THE SICILIAN'S PASSION
Interior designer Kate is working on a room for one of her clients when she has a chance meeting with the son of one of Sicily's most esteemed families, Giovanni Calvelli. While his cold and arrogant disposition initially leaves Kate turned off, for some reason she can't take her eyes off the macho magnate. While Kate thinks she'll never see him again, just a few hours later Giovanni shows up at her home with a forgotten article, and with one foot in the doorway says, "You're into me, aren't you? You don't have to hide it. The feeling is mutual."
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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.
Her young face
The story itself was not bad. But the hero's face "young on weakling", so naemashita feeling.
So if you want!
You could read without getting tired until the end, but we cannot say this artist's paintings are not so good. Watching the dress was just a gift from hero, would be-and I thought. Was also bothered a little, but still so funny is the story itself.
Not a bad story
Did I read the story itself, and reviews is certainly an early painting, but comes through each other's feelings.
I don't know anyone with a garter belt if you draw a
It's obviously order is reversed. People with poor, bad background. Visible only to high school students and junior high school students and the building and furnishings seem cheap in Japan. No convincing in every sense. Apparently players mistakes they made paintings.
Content itself was pounding, but young sometimes images?
Stories and disjointed feel.
What is it like? However, the content itself is like.