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A Matter of Honour
Cassandra was twelve years old when she first met Vincent, and still remembers the dashing older boy that helped her and her kitten down from a tree. Eight years later, Vincent pledges to honor his dying friend’s last wish—for Vincent to marry his sister…Cassandra! Curious about the woman that the little girl he once knew has grown up to be, Vincent invites Cassandra to his house to get to know his would-be bride…all over again.
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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.
If you knew ago.
I tried to follow soon as heroes, if you knew that the rumors! I thought. It's become anxious if I heard mistress to be women from the old hero and rumored engagement announcement in the. Think my heroine-. Heroine in the stop and ended up dueling downright useless. Overall was a whirlwind, but anyway. Picture is bright and was fit to the historical world.
To Sanders in the chest ache. I think very beautiful painting in the historical orientation.
There are missing pages in the trot was still gorgeous. Facing the historical with the beautiful picture and I like to create next time slowly.
Or duel, saying hands off to fiancé is worried sister very quickly see made alive, remember back, despite falling hero, saying no you shouldn't draw betting back to the beginning and redo without.... Ascribe to expand too quickly, said the ceiling packed with staff.
Too much double-time, disgusting
Chapter but it's a dramatization.
I think in a book so well summed up well.
I wanted to read thoroughly as work.