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NANNY FOR THE MILLIONAIRE'S TWINS
Despite all the ways I want him…there’s a reason I can’t love him. Billionaire Chance Montgomery reluctantly hires Tori as a nanny to take care of his twin infants. But he makes it abundantly clear that he doesn’t intend to let others raise his children. As Tori lives with them and sees Chance shower the kids with love and affection, she gradually falls in love with him. Chance can’t avoid developing feelings for her, either. Still, despite their mutual attraction, something in Tori’s lonely past won’t allow her to pursue Chance. She can’t let herself fall in love again…not after what happened last time!
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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.
In the last
I thought he was there talking about new and great cartoonist's. In psychology, such as the use of wind and how to draw the last delicate, tear glands had collapsed. It is good.
Uru had (tears)
Thinking on the heroine's sad past tears. Able to sympathize with the opponent both hero and heroine are the impressions of a book. I was somewhat confused because hairstyle is similar, but the picture in the story telling is good.
It was a good story
Story itself is very modest, but contents are harsh.
Hero heroine's past, such as wrap was very nice.
I'm not a bad guy, the hero...
All Lilia's pretty badly saying that, but I don't sense sincere? But not from a Loveless marriage fallen put and gave birth children and I could have it. It than hero, children born from "never married and thought, betrayed ' is! Hey, too not too distant you? I'm your child? I didn't study child care, parenting isn't something that only women!
This should reflect in stride. This hero, or an adopted child prior to serving, feel like the youngest. From the reflection but then I do!
A very good story.
Involuntarily your was as good as they spoke. But the picture is too bad.
A good hand, but not alike base the characters face.
Is is plow through any writer's protagonists who face it, feels the same way, but with their faces? Reading similar to the hairstyle, so distracted and had no choice.