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THE SHEIK & THE VIRGIN PRINCESS
Zara’s a plain-looking twenty-eight-year-old virgin who lacks self-confidence. But now, she’s found out that she’s the princess of Bahania, and she doesn’t have any idea how to navigate life in the royal palace! The king assigns Rafe, a blue-eyed American who holds the title of sheik, as her bodyguard. Zara can feel the desire in Rafe’s eyes when he looks at her, and before long, she develops feelings for him. Little does she know what terrible things might befall them should the king find out…
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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.
Only a Word
My sister is in good for?
No idea who is in the stands, or what is your relationship.
Under the picture was continuing the company's pain. The feeling remains not recovered at all, that this elaborate moto詰me over.
Hard to read
Monthly was frustrated in the Middle
The heroine becomes a person
Conscious love could relate well to heroine in a polite way, but once the character turns 180 degrees. Sometimes came my sister wasted digested poor draw (would probably revealed in the original). Not to worry about his sister as well. The heroine looked during the self. Reached the last, Professor of women's studies "settings were ignored. I thought 'it's angry people this is seriously studying women's studies, I had read". Is not only is dry, heroine fresh feeling to the middle of the staff have had the odd feeling of shame.
Crayons, I said:
Difficult to read after all need patience to read even a little bit more let me clean. Talk about confusing.