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I Married A Prince
Allison Collins, a small-town librarian, still remembers the day that the father of her child abandoned her when they were still students in college. Years later he’s returned, and he’s got some unbelievable news: he’s Jacob van Austerand, the Crown Prince of Elbia! In a whirlwind of uncertainties, Allison suddenly finds herself in Elbia battling her own emotions, Jacob’s so-called faithfulness and the King of Elbia himself!
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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.
But the discomfort
What I say one thing, hero yourself because it will only further that standard care for marriage is...
It is a fate...
Mooncraft in love once threw away from the difference in status, reunited once again started around fate was such a story.
Live life the fullest and accept fate while the hero loves heroine was nice.
For lowly heroine not one bad guy, from beginning to end was a peaceful backdrop. Keen on painting was not that the contents like a harlequin romance novels, were excellent.
In the heck was the reason I abandoned?
Thought that was also a reason something when and read our read our without explanation. It's only swinger's. To say to play the big guys are up to. You want to say about his position. This hero jerk anyway. Lady a heroine to shed his charm by half in most of and still praises eyebrows unhappy face.
Wrong size of the hero and heroine?
Though it seems small and occasionally, heroine of the hero child like. Story is good.