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Jack and the Princess
The summer of her 22nd year. That was the last time Princess Karina experienced freedom. She is about to have a political marriage for the sake of her royal family. Before she is forced to marry a man whom she does not love, she wishes to experience love. It seemed her wish might just come true. The tall and handsome Jack Santini comes to live in the estate as a bodyguard. Karina falls for the talented and charming Jack, and wishes, just once, that she could kiss the man she fell in love with for the first 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.
Is most like in the Crown series lost
According to the title heroine is never to doubt them naïve (a phone is going to get caught in that memo...) very cute young lady in. Hero heroine to protect even very nice. I was especially cool picture of a Jet taking off arrest scene
It was interesting
The Princess and the guards.
It is a rare combination in Harlequin.
Hero guards entered the Princess must marry someone you don't know as a Royal duty and her heart. Status from each other thoughts but was not able to do with each other, even as brother of Princess sensibly arranged in... ♡ is good way to end this.
In the dating scene pounding
Might have been fashionable in HQ two dating scene, I read no. 1. I see utsuseyo the flu to me". Shall be-, heroine's not crush you! this piece would be "the lost Crown" series first. After "the Prince of darkness and light" "a liar Princess ' Princess lie in order.
Okada's hero would be great! On a superficial combine sexiness and virility. And sad too!
Junko Okada's sultry, sexy hero and pretty and comparatively demure heroine is like. Impressions of a book even better.