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An Arranged Marriage
Allison lives with her uncle, the CEO of a bank in deep financial trouble. Blue Summer, a wealthy farm owner, offers him financial aid in return for Allison's hand in marriage. Allison doesn't want a marriage without love, but nevertheless she travels to Blue's mansion to save her aunt and uncle's business...
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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.
A typical Susan Fox works
Old pattern is undeniable, but still Susan Fox original story better comic book by may. Very helpful course hero was refracted it is healed heroine. Romance level is low but work is pleasant re-wrote.
The evaluation is divided
Susan Fox works is a favorite. Sober feel for the style of the bis is talking with is not bad. A little romance was not enough is satisfactory.
And know it in other reviews, but I was here from the deadpan hero did not. Incapable of empathy is somewhere in my time to try reading, that I purchased, but eventually ended up in like. "Laugh a little! "I want to put the yell.
Lovely heroine, dark hero
Hero is a subservient like depressed, annoyed, and so on. The plucky heroine seeks love him and trying to understand his wish to send Kudos. Ture real heart hero is thrown out bad words in the back there. It is truly a bodhisattva. Both desire not later became the more I finished and saw where two people love love to have is. Per finished brilliantly evil punished was fairy tale-like deployment (laughs).
Neutral too hero.
Show feels as if not feel dull facial expression seems to be not a hero. I would think that poker face and drawn separately wanted luxury. It was a favorite picture is Orthodox, but politely, though not.