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A ROYAL BRIDE AT THE SHEIKH'S COMMAND
Natalia Carini is a master massage therapist who’s devised a technique that has healed many people after years of pain. When a new patient, a polo player, comes in, she gets a bit too wrapped up in the massage and absentmindedly slides from business to pleasure. What would be a faux pas with any customer is magnified when she finds out that he's not just a polo player, he's Prince Kadir of Hadiya... and her future husband! Will the future queen be able to convince Kadir that she’ll make him a worthy wife?
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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.
Just the heroine abuse
Lays out three kosaeru debt and addicted to horse racing and even 18-year-old was from a bad man child, this heroine worth no good woman would be. Man has grown so kick the fetal stomach further stages (and my husband's brother) and or close to act!
Can't believe it. Hidden letter, headed ever screwed.
Empathy is hard
There are parts you are writing the action heroine is I do not agree with.
Lost his wife to read the letter hidden from.
Children, even during pregnancy, though I also cannot agree. Hero was a good person.
And-I and might prefer if you read.
Jumped out of the way of heroes and cute kids, hopefully you read, and see no heroine in the past will not be far to the smallest detail can be read like a happy family, but of kinship and hero's ex-wife becomes a subtle and pleasant.
Where was the?
Hero heroine of hell where I was in? Pregnant and a child died when heroine with her husband's brother.... If you feel sick.
But I can not accept the story. Too much opportunism.