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CLAIMING HIS WEDDING NIGHT
Perdita is at a loss. She will do anything to save her father’s company, but the only way to save it is to negotiate a loan with Jared, the man who betrayed her three years ago. Before negotiations can even begin, Jared insists that Perdita travel to the United States with him. Perdita has no time to think before the plane is already in the sky. Trapped, Perdita is at the mercy of her ex-husband. Will this unexpected trip to the United States save her father’s company, or will Jared prove to be the devil she has always believed him to be?
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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.
It is good!
Hero look good! Painful. Instead of words, speak with a look at author's are great. Adorable heroine. Last, a little bit more happy I wanted to see the two-
Picture is good
Conversely without good cover, unfortunately. Tried to read the pictures, talk way better buy.
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Too h/h both conceal their wounds, but the bottom line won't (not), but not to say in I made a good (particularly hero), and you, fine yet to surprise you. Had hesitated to buy so often works late sorry stall, but I was attracted to the beautiful and picturesque in the browse part of the Graham, review thank you. Thanks to up each thought was let me enjoy the old-fashioned pass though was not the painfully beautiful HQ. In the beautiful atmosphere of the picture (not unpleasant ← important here) coupling of the Royal Road HQ is still strong and is a recognition work.
Story and would rather tend to the normal. But the picture is good. Heroine is pretty sad too cute and a little hero the expression expresses the feelings. Nice scene notice a true heroine. A cartoonist's picture is beautiful but how to show a good thought. I think I read and reread many times.