The Secret Love-Child
Isabel was only interested in getting married and having a family. Just when she finds the right man to marry to achieve her goal, he calls off the wedding—he's fallen in love with another woman! He says he was driven away by Isabel’s lack of love for him. With the wedding canceled, and in possession of two tickets to Dream Island, which was supposed to be her honeymoon destination, Isabel can't figure out what to do. She decides, after a drinking binge, to invite her wedding photographer, Rafe, as her lover and live one last fling. Their dream vacation is cut short, but was it enough to melt Isabel’s icy heart or was it just a dream not to be revisited?
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The heroine is a beautiful woman who doesn't seem to have problems finding a right man. But just before her perfect marriage taht she was excited for, she got dumped and the whole event was called off.
That's why she decided to go on a trip to a place where she was going for a honeymoon with a nearly stranger to forget everything and to heal her brokenheart. It's such a beautiful pleace like in dreams yet there's a sadness around the heroine and hero because they think the dream won't last forever and fade out as the reality comes to face. I liked that delicate relationship between them and how they finaly became at last.
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- Decent story retelling 4
- Eris Angel 12/23/2014 4 people found the following review helpful
Miranda Lee is one of the great storytellers in Harlequin and it's great when the mangaka is able to retell the story with his/her own originality mixed in.
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