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THE DUTIFUL RAKE 2
Though born into an aristocratic family, Meg has led a miserable life because of a scandal created by her parents. Feeling sorry for her circumstances, the Earl of Rutherford has proposed to her! Meg doubts whether their union could work, but his kindness opens her closed heart. On their way to London for their wedding, she’s about to have a first night with him, but instead a stranger sneaks into her bed! Will she make it to London unscathed?
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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.
A lovely Cinderella story
Recent historical-like, but talk here I was. Hero and heroine little mind passing road is a road story there and hate the guy out, but still good! Relief was also sister of the hero.
Pleasures of HQ
It was a storyline bored until the last minute.
No cutting corners, gorgeous costumes and furnishings also lingers.
Not only this painting stuff so painstakingly took?
Of course suddenly married heroine and the hero is a little little psychology we huddled mind is excellent.
Would be a masterpiece for sakuyakaysi teacher? Vying for HQ works 1, 2 in my favorite piece to be.
Cute picture of the road-a Cinderella story and the author are successfully matched, very rewarding to speak to there. Could sit down and enjoy the unique road talk thanks matomenakatta one book to novel storyline is not be able to expand the road so that is very good. But is read many times still cannot understand Lady Hartley's "not met in the Park, the heroine was angry with yourself for hero" that lines in the last. Not observed but was and is jealous of Lady Hartley as long as the heroine was angry indeed, but after the scene in the Park to see hero against angry scenes and re-read many times around here but hey even on the head with a question mark. I snagged but there may be a lack of comprehension of his or, otherwise, it is generally full-mark rating.