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The One and Only
When Joy goes to a restaurant on Valentine's Day during her first trip to London, she has no idea she will meet the big television star Marcus. A chill runs down her spine as he gazes at her with his searching blue eyes. When he asks her to dance, she readily agrees. Surely even a plain librarian from the country is allowed to have a little fun. As they dance, his lips touch hers, and Joy forgets who she is in her passionate response. But then, Marcus gets it into his head that she's an easy woman, and showers her with insults and dirty looks!
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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.
Don't know why
It is a common story. Too arrogant hero, heroine too servile, drawn like some good to be made. Wonder why? The picture you pointed out as sloppy or too. Didn't have the time?
Funny stories, should divide the couple of Harlequin, dating from too much tap too,... somewhat put a damper in beautiful pictures (laughs) I have the heroine was.... It is unusual in the harlequin romance popular.
This is the basic
The story of harlequin romance novels.
This kind of reading without thinking about anything like that.
Rating of the story alone will put three stars.
Little documentation concerning the heroine's past man wanted. More unfortunate is the other reviews, but sloppy painting.
Pale shadow of a heroine
Pale shadow of the heroine.
Boils down to the word. I want draw a little polite to. Feels a little rough, errr worked, did. Unfortunately.
It is a strangely angled person's... It is difficult to read due to a rough drawing is distorted picture. May find that an attractive woman to love at first sight attractive if Picturing a little polite to a star or star of quizzical at this stage but, unfortunately.