Married by Mistake!

Pure Romance Married by Mistake!

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Married by Mistake!

Elissa and Helen are determined to have their vengeance after their sister Lucy is betrayed by her fiancee. They decide that their stepbrother Jack should pretend to be Lucy's new fiancee, and make her former lover jealous. Even though they are not blood-related, Lucy cannot imagine Jack being her lover. Her sisters try to persuade the hesitant Lucy by telling her, "you are destined to be with Jack". This is true, if one believed the legend of the "Mansion of Love". Lucy finally starts to see Jack, not as her brother, but as a man...

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 128 Pages

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The 'Mansion of Love' strikes again! 4  4

It's said if an unmarried woman spends the night in the "Mansion of Love" on her birthday, the first man she meets the next day will be her True Love. It worked rather coincidentally for youngest sister, but it's still just a legend, right? In this, the second installment of the "Mansion of Love" series, we have our first sister giving birth to twins - aided by the second eldest sister - in the original 'Love Mansion'. Shortly after, family gathers and her Jack, her 'unofficially adopted brother,' is the first to wish her happy birthday the next day. The legend crosses her mind, but she's already engaged and he's her "brother," right? But when she gets a "Dear Lucy"letter from her fiancee of 2 years, along with the unbelievably crass promise to visit with his new fiancee so they can meet, her family goes ballistic! It's decided 'brother' Jack will stand in as her "new" fiancee so she can say she actually did the discarding first. For personal reasons, it's a role he's more than willing to play, but can they actually manage to shed the sister/brother mentality enough to convince a thespian they are actually romantically in love. I adored the first tale, and it still holds first place, but this one is fun too, and I do mean fun. Takako Hashimoto is an delightful illustrator that is equally capable of capturing over-the-top humor and heart breaking despair, all the while keeping a bright, light hearted 'It's all going to be just fine"promise shining through his some times subtle and some times exaggerated drawing styles. I also love the way he uses animals, and gives them voices to add bits of the story for the reader's understanding or amusement. If you are looking for something serious, that will have you reaching for a tissue, this story (and it's predecessor) is not for you. If you are looking for a tale that, despite a serious moment or two, may just make you chuckle and leave you with a smile as true love prevails and the 'villains' receive their just desserts, then you'll probably like this tale (and the one before it).

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weird but entertaining 4  4

This manga was really weird, the main characters were embarrassing to watch at times, but it was still a really fun read. I enjoyed the first one of this series probably a bit more, but this one was definitely really good as well. I look forward to read the 3rd eventually.

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