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Wife by Agreement
Hannah, will you marry me? The proposal from Ethan, a man she loves, should have been the happiest moment of her life... If the marriage wasn't just a contract. Hannah was hired as a nanny after Ethan's wife passed away, then Ethan asks her to be "a mother to his children." Hannah wants to be loved as a woman, but it seems Ethan cannot forget about his late wife... When will he realize Hannah's true feelings?
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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.
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Message from the author of Harlequin summer edition, reprinted, tried changing some of the words, so I read romance library version. Change your impression of the hero or the heroine desire favorability is up, feeling heroine trying to care for sure. Is originally a favorite piece, but this time where words have changed and read while looking for fun.
The truth and his ex-wife.
Hero heroine, daughter to grow into a clone of his ex-wife have no say. The truth of marriage and his ex-wife was considered a hero hidden behind the words of kindness, vulnerable and ease of use, and perfect for couples... Love the large wrap around while those Petite heroine. Alexa grandmummy predilection, projection of self-realization and expectations towards the deceased husband had said had grandchildren for the applause to the hero or heroine, and their children, including journey of new life!
It's not made good characters who are never, it's not so much like humans. "Why did you do that for!!!" Like mukatsuku and heroes and heroines of other people. But "well, man cannot be perfect, there are these kind of things.
"And the story would feel strange.
Bad MOM, but I ended up not hero.
I would tend to fail from the fast way to properly think about other things.
The picture is unbalanced.
I usually don't like pictures of the animation. Shame on the whole.
Pictures and stories are charming...
Heroine petite and skinny, short hair, like the Audrey was transformed from a small body, big head's too. And thick eyebrows too, I didn't look attractive. Did not like the hero.