• Purchase the title earn 20-times points than usual. Available during: Jun. 18th to 24th 2018(PDT)

Pure Romance One Bride Too Many

  • Please choose one of reading terms.

One Bride Too Many

"I can't believe the man of my dreams is right in front of me!" At a friend's wedding ceremony, Tess reunites with Cole, whom she secretly had feelings for in high school. To the plain and unremarkable Tess, he was as unreachable as the sun. "He's grown more attractive, and it makes my heart beat fast, but I know that I'm not his type. I have to get rid of these one-sided emotions, fast." But unaware of her true feelings for him, Cole makes a cruel request of Tess. "I'm searching for someone to marry. Can you introduce me to any women?"

Reading terms One-day rental / membership period
Price
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages

Average Customer Review

4.1 (20 customer reviews)
評価5
7
 

評価4
7
 

評価3
6
 

評価2
0
 

評価1
0
 

Share This Book

About My Points

The comic is inside the Bundle...

Customer Reviews

Share your thoughts with us!
(You need to sign in before you post a review)
depressive words from high school 3  3

The hero and his brother didn't really think this one through. The first pages say their dad threatened to sell the stock and rights of the his company unless the hero and brother marry and start making babies/heirs. The brothers are fine without the company because they have one of their own; however, they're worried about their mom losing her job at the company that she loves so much. Now, here's what got me, the brothers didn't come forward to the mother to tell her of her husband's deal because if I were the wife and found out about my husband doing this, I wouldn't put my foot down, I'd put it on my husband for making such a big statement without telling me. Sadly, the brains inside two smart business can't think up that thought and go wife hunting with no clue how to right the right girl in the time limit they have. Plus, reading further into the page, there seems to be some miscommunication because the hero says that it's the grandfather who came up with the ultimatum, not the father and so, now I'm confused. Just then, the hero runs into a beautiful girl at a high school friend's wedding. Imagine his surprise when he finds out it's his old friend from high school who lost weight and gained a figure. They were good friends and the heroine did have a crush on him but when a dance came around, the hero asked her and her face became flustered, which he laughed at and the heroine took the wrong way and said that she wouldn't go with a playboy like him even if he asked her seriously, which hurt him and he responded that they wouldn't make it a good couple anyway. So, it's basically a she said and he said scenario. Now, the hero ask the heroine if she can introduce him to some girls who are marriage material (in the good way) because *lie* his mom wants to see her grandchildren before she gets too old and not *truth* because of company rights and in exchange, he'll introduce her their new before their announced and sell them at her store. The heroine believes him and with a heavy heart introduces him to a number of girls. After one date, which was a double with the hero and his brother with the candidate #1 and the heroine, the hero turns other dates down. Why? Well, it seems that he likes the heroine, despite not knowing it himself and all the compliments he tells to her face. He's not the only one who denies their feelings, the heroine doesn't take his compliments seriously despite that he is serious when he's says them. The one thing that's keeping these two from smooching is what the other said in high school. The tug of war leads the heroine to cut off connection with the hero and stop being his go between the ladies, not even the hero's hurt face stops her but another woman's does. She realizes after stalking the hero and his date that she's still not over and goes to see him. Bad timing is all I can say because she catches the hero and his brother talking about the agreement and realizes that he lied to her. The hero sees her and tries to explain but she refuses him angrily and runs off. The hero is about to give up until his brother encourages to reflect what the heroine said. He goes to the heroine's house with a bouquet of flowers and takes her to the location where the school dance was originally held. The hero confesses that he's been in love with her since high school and explains that he was only looking for marriage in order for his mother to keep her job. Then the he said she said incident comes out and sides are explained. The heroine finally gets that the words she said were actually really hurtful. He asks the heroine what should a man that loves the heroine do and replies with a hug that she loves him too. They have a dance and skip to a wedding and the end.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No
male lead issues 3  3

I'm truly hard to please so by most people's standards this would likely rate higher. I gave it 3 stars because I guess many people would like this one. However, I have issues with the male lead this time. I'm kinda similar in personality to the female lead (when dealing with people in person) so I can sympathize with her plight. The male lead is the issue in this story. I've had 3 major relationships in my life that lasted longer than a year. The longest one was with my son's father and he is identical to this guy here. The worst part of this manga for someone who has dated this type of man is, at the end, he says he just realized that he loved her... maybe he did... but since he's a playboy and so good at being whatever the woman he's dealing with at the moment wants him to be, perhaps he just switched into his normal mode for dating women in order to have the path of least resistance and to keep her happy so he could complete his mission of getting married. Since he's shown throughout the manga he is completely disingenuous and can switch personalities at the drop of a dime to match what he thinks the woman wants to see, then there's really no way to be sure he's all of a sudden come to this realization of loving her. In fact, it's doubtful that he did. Sorry to rain on other people's parade, since a lot of people seem to like it. The art is above average though and I thought the mangaka did a good job with making a good female lead.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No
Awww he loved her all along. 5  5

This story is one of my favourites. The female lead is very admirable and Im really glad that shes firm and she kept her head high regardless of the circumstances when most harlequin girls would have pinned or cried endlessly. Shes beautiful and humble and without realizing how he's been in love with her all along. She helps him learn and figure out on his own that regardless of how many girls he meets and dates, he will always find his way back to her. - After all, they were each other's true love.. This is very nice. No steamy angry passionate love making or forced takings. This is about a sweet love, about 2 people who after many years still find their way back to each other. Yep, destiny alright.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No
A nice read 5  5

I can actually see this into a full length romance film. Although slightly formulaic, its one of those feel good stories that has the right mix of fluff and a slight tug in the heart for everytime the two leads misunderstand each other's intentions. I also like how the heroine rejected the lead's kiss at first instead of the typical submissiveness of most harlequin heroines. Nicely done. Wish it was longer.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No
TOP
TOP

Notice

You are about to enter a content that may contain mature content.
Do you want to proceed?

YES NO