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A FATHER'S SECRET
Erin, a widow, operates a hotel with a baby in her arms. One day, a millionaire named Sam comes for a long-term stay. However, the handsome guest, who’s caught Erin’s eye, has a secret objective. Erin, knowing nothing of Sam’s motives, receives a letter containing an astonishing message—due to a mix-up at the fertility clinic, her baby’s father isn’t who she thought, and he will soon be fighting for custody! And Erin has no idea that the father is Sam!
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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.
I cried so much
Unfortunately is not inevitable to pick up part of the happiness I found it all to have been important to also have an unfortunate reality.
I was reading in a very very heavy.
Also read many times they end up crying.
To read a thorough and other unhappy heroine or hero is sweet too. I'm relieved and happy ending tied a Harlequin, 進めれru read, I was impressed so far.
Done Oh! Hard
It is heavy so let's talk Hey. But, like the atmosphere of the adult.
Too bad the original
I think that last is good if it is tied in. Their children again and not someone else's fertilized egg to make a mistake or is too terrible. Bad aftertaste. If only the last wedding, the happy ending?
Become a depression.
After reading I read just a pretty picture, but hey I and comes... yes... Well... I'm a happy ending. I wonder if that means classic.
Featured children from the heroine was 産めnaku the children again, due to childbirth and hysterectomy, I wander!
And clinic by another couple's fertilized egg. From heroine too sorry, was... in the hero can't quite likable!