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The Greek's Million-Dollar Baby Bargain
Ann is raising her orphaned nephew, Ari, after her older sister and her husband die in an accident. When Ari’s uncle, Nikos Theakis, comes into the picture, he arrogantly demands that Ari be handed over to him in exchange for a large sum of money. Seeing as Nikos comes from an incredibly wealthy family, Ann considers Ari’s well-being and reluctantly gives him up. Four years later, Ann unexpectedly runs into Nikos, who views Ann with contempt as a woman only after money. Despite this, a few days later Nikos asks Ann to come to Greece with him and Ari. Ann can hardly believe the words coming out of Nikos’s mouth…
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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.
All the characters is good (other than the hero)
Reviews of all the misunderstandings of the heroine has thawed out shallow rich sweets superheroes at the bottom but when look and attitude was a sight to see. Inexcusable thing ever in that situation because, Oh wonder. (Cry, hero, regret, heroine in 詫biro! I tend to think) non-hero characters are all good people at ease and able to be read. Especially good hero mother.
Guy a hero Dame
Heroine she compared it with great people to sacrifice their very loved shallow bottom of the hero, heroine brave and good people and that!
The trouble with this is, my growing.
You want to think that rather than hero brother was naïve to know the true goodness of the heroines sister and fell in love! However, per I thought finally came for money rather than just wanted to meet me too sweet a.
Not too soupy, modest and brave heroine (? ) Is recommended when unhappy, difficult to want to cry!
The Harlequin world
Hero is often arrogant man, but firmly is drawn to a supporting role in the flimsy don't feel are going to talk about. It is a beautiful picture of the author's. Scene the heroine dancing dance with my little nephew is a particularly attractive heroine.
Frustrated by the arrogant hero
Romance has been established with the romance. Wonder why be attracted to this hero, and frustrating to be honest, the arrogant hero, the plucky heroine attracted;