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On a trip to Las Vegas, Sydney receives an unexpected letter when she checks in to the hotel. "Sweetheart, where are you?" There must be some mistake. Sydney is just a plain-Jane waitress and there are no boys back home who would write her such an ardent letter. Feeling bad for the sender who would inevitably wind up waiting all night for no one, Sydney goes to the appointed bar in order to return the letter. When she approaches an exceedingly handsome gentleman sitting all on his own, the wheels of fate begin to turn for Sydney!
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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.
Incident makeover also bet, love is all going at the same tempo and movement of the mind is explained in words. Many are a convenient could not empathize and feel it really is. One conservative to feel I'm written and then there's image power, why? Hero is a good man? Overshadowed is alright and Scandic. And suddenly excited or think or stubborn heroine, goes the story, psychology and behavior suddenly felt more characters we lost it was. And results was plus-minus the heroine didn't like isn't so dry assessment.
Different from the usual hero
It was a rare Harlequin hero. There is tyranny to a legendary gambler, had a gentle and refreshing impression (laughs) heroine transformed Buri was surprised. I could not believe but oh well sexy that's so dull. 描anu to settle, while heroes and heroines are caught up in the intrigue, not portrayed it until the last minute, became a happy ending nor convincing.
Hero is the most...
Place it right gang, a gray felt. (I hate so don't complain. How to clean fake world.) % just kicked the dangerous world, betting betting, betting an inveterate gambler and I was rolled (laughs).
The makeover of intimidation, carrying and gambling heroine. It was filled with stories. To fit the page number or a touch of assay. Universal head Butler are good.
Like the Hare in the talk and will stay until the end.