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Matilda Paige is a plain girl working a simple job, helping resident doctor Henry Lowell heal the people of Somerset County. She has to split her time between her quiet boss, her ailing dad and a mother who wants to return to her former glory. While the job isn’t particularly hard, Matilda just can’t figure out Henry. On top of everything his fiancée, Lucia, is aloof and disparaging, hiding a mean soul under a beautiful face. Matilda may have a crush on her boss, but can she heal his heart and show him that a little warmth might be just what the doctor ordered?
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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 & heroine okay but I'm
Father nothing purely selfish heroine mother heroine who NAA-and heartfelt sympathy. So far his self-centered mother in sharp's great not heroine,-.
It is also in the evaluation of your is a Cinderella story. Heroine is most I wanted lumps so laid back the hero fell in love with little sense of expression.
Flat and smooth
From reading the novel a few years ago, we read comics. Almost like the original storyline is. Cartoons are drawn cute girl too (outfits and I guess) it was uncomfortable. Too young portrayed the doctor? Hmm, is troubling from the novel. Novels and comics are smooth as! But well, it's like (laughs)
A Cinderella story?
Heroine has endured many things, like use, and hard-working. Why was engaged to Lady hero's ex-fiance is pretty, on the contrary, such a thing would have been aware of? The eyes see the hero was? I easily picked feeling, kinda hard to understand though.
Each time was just a passion, nothing not marriage. Monotonous and boring. Until I bought without worth reading.