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A GAME OF VOWS
On the day of her wedding, Hannah put on her wedding dress and got in a car headed to the chapel. However, the person driving the car was her ex-husband, Eduardo—her former boss, whom she was married to for half a year, over five years ago. In the car, Eduardo surprises Hannah by telling her that their marriage is still valid. He half threatens her by saying that if she wants a divorce, she’ll have to help him restructure his company. Hannah reluctantly agrees with this proposal and follows along, leaving behind her groom in the chapel…
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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.
Other reviews written brief laugh. It's piled too much!?
I'm about MoCo.
And half-ass it is.
But it was interesting to reverse. Hero also was likely big impact was brief, but it more than plainclothes hero. Lol. When I met the hero mother and was in fashion during the two diseases. Of course not just the hero heroine too nerdy not is. Wedding dress also ugly as I thought no it is. We will wear head-dresses of the mystery. Give a look to the fashion of the characters and read for yourself.
Impressed by confessions of a heroine
The depiction of the kidnapping the hero heroine he is hero of black briefs and tries to divorce to come to mind was not much, so I feel kinda out of the blue to further was impressed by confessions of a heroine. And the last scene is of no happy ending. Become happy.
I love it this way.
By the way, the hero black Buri still obsession of the author's appearance. No destructive afterword self-portrait-1.
"Love's. "And was reminiscent of a piece.