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BEDDED FOR THE SPANIARD'S PLEASURE
Life could not be more difficult for actress Cairo Vaughn. Both of her parents have recently passed away, and she has just gone through a very public divorce from her famous director ex-husband, Lionel Bond. Now her close friend Margo is ill and carrying a child. In order to clear her head, Margo offers Cairo a trip to her friend’s villa. It turns out this friend is none other than Rafe Montero, a famous actor turned director and Cairo’s old lover. The flames of their love are rekindling, but can they dodge the paparazzi long enough to make it happen?
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- JAB 08/14/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
This was an interesting harlequin manga. The hero and heroine reunite after an eight year separation with the hero becoming a director and the heroine getting a divorce from her director husband. They reunite because they're friends with a couple and the wife needs to be in the hospital. The wife has the heroine take her little girl to a "friend's " mansion in order to relax and care of the little girl. When the two of them first met, they were both actors in love, however, the OW came out of the hero's room with little clothes and many marks. She gives the usual crap and the heroine believes her and runs away. I have never understood, even if she did believe the OW, why didn't she shove the OW aside to give the hero a piece of her mind. After that incident, the her ex-husband came into the picture with comforting words. I liked that the two of them were spending time together. I did not like that paparazzi creep coming so close to the little girl. We also find out that the heroine during the whole Hero/OW thing, lost her father in an accident that deeply wounded her mother. So, I wouldn't be surprised if the ex-husband didn't use the chance to propose to the heroine with 100% success rate. I also liked seeing the hero's perspective. Then we learn the truth: the OW/ Hero thing was a set up by the heroine's ex-husband( The OM). He wanted the heroine but the heroine was dating the hero, so he twisted the OW's arm into making her look like the OW. It was a definite worth read.
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