A devastating car accident has taken a loving couple away from their newborn daughter. She’s been given to her godparents to be raised, but one’s a rich playboy, and the other’s an earnest nanny that the world believes is a home-wrecker. Mario offers Sabrina a fortune to raise the child with him. Will she find that she can fake love if she makes enough money doing so? Mario may have slept around in the past, but will the love Sabrina has for her goddaughter spread some goodwill to the orphan’s godfather? Mario might just make this woman an offer she can’t refuse—his riches and his heart.
This was a pretty typical harlequin manga... had a few parts that irked me a little bit but for the most part it skipped ahead so fast that I couldn't feel too much irritation about it. I'd give it 2 and 1/2 stars. A bit too much drama stemming from assumptions for my taste... but I am more forgiving sometimes depending on the story. The woman was beautifully drawn on quite a few pages. The guy had a few good panels too. Honestly though the biggest issue of this manga version is that the story didn't really flow that well. The story suffered from trying to cram too many parts into it which made it loose some of it's potential for readers to connect to the characters. Some Harlequin manga do this better than others. I've seen more than a couple have this same issue but did it worse than this particular manga so it's not that bad. However, it still is a noticeable issue in this one which is unfortunate. So overall, I'd rate this harlequin comic on the lower end of average in terms of the other ones I have read on this site.
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