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ITALIAN MARRIAGE: IN NAME ONLY
Victoria owns a restaurant in Sydney, but the recession and a rent increase are about to push the restaurant off the edge. One day Victoria goes to see the property owner to negotiate a payment plan. There she meets Antonio Cavelli, the notorious billionaire. He sees Victoria with her son Nathan, and with a smile he makes her a proposal that has her doubting her ears—in return for his leniency, she’ll have to become his wife!
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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.
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Collapsed or referred to as imbalance of the picture is a very good story, but it is not accepted. I'd have read others works of manga artist in the month,. ~ ~ ~ compared it to hidokute, so good I'm on with sorry, from anymore, I'm sorry if you wonder I notice and not limited to supervising person, but why she works in funny.
I'm normal. Familiar story.
And there's a cartoonist's drawing is honestly too much do not like, but strangely attracted only on the shobokure face of the hero. Story itself is classic right in the middle. Draw I wanted cute little kids. Read, especially on the first page of proportions that was quite disgusted.
I wonder what happened to open tailor's shop in Sydney?
PostScript illustration is like.
Heroine is a favorite picture and story carry so good, but only see elementary school kids. It is a big man and elves. Extremely bad balance. It's just too bad.