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WINNING THE SINGLE MOM'S HEART
After losing her husband, Justin, to an accident, Nathalie Thompson struggles to raise her twin girls, Lily and Rose. As a diabetic, she can't eat the delicious cakes she makes, but when she takes them to a wedding, she is reunited with an old friend of Justin's. Maybe there’s room for a little sweetness in Nathalie’s life after all…
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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.
Child is a trap!
This is eloquently children work. A lone widow sober child, rants, paranoid and say isn't.
Can't relate (be-ω-') issue of family relations and their hero--what one solution and never is, is two on hump with unacceptable power love clan of so-called upper-class widow of chronic disease have never? It would be cumbersome especially her delusions. There's this to do?
Attitudes of the heroine to swim past that, but I also kind of hero. Or in a home with children heroine tries to incredible.
Even as his wife, and a woman
At least too heroine and ex-husband too poor. There is no confidence, loved hero high-spec compromise, and ex-husband married. And did not receive but also had good ex-husband complained. I was working hard, my husband scared behind a hero, that is easy to imagine. I pity. If I met ex-husband alive hero ran to it. Anxiety run in the new man is not the father and child looking no choice but it just asked, be as selfish heroine and hero!?!. After all, the heroine is wealthy, can afford to only want to live not seen. If I was little different atmosphere is would be good just to talk about now.
Simple, isn't it?
And not even a romantic scene. Heroine not to like. Child 4, is seen only about 5 years old.