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MAN IN THE PARK
Moving to Australia was the best decision Susan Hardy had in front of her. Newly widowed due to a car accident, Susan and her daughter, Lindy, have moved in with family. While the search for a new job has been rough, a good impression on handsome James Kelleher has gotten her in the door. Does James like her a little more than a boss should? And could that stranger in the park who makes quick friends with Lindy be right when he says she needs to be more careful?
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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.
Lux eyes or colors you can use are limited, it is very difficult to read. Color, in the opening few pages suffice!
I want a more natural color. This color version you don't need full-page version.
Hard to read
Writer's favorite is the color version is too difficult to read and were not in the story. In the middle was abandoned.
Like a picture book
Has the mini books books painted in a color comic book, but the first 20 pages. If you just want to color it in the first few pages are.
But the consent if the author has painted it.
This is in full color and in whole lower evaluation of the work of the long-awaited picture books. Anything I do at? His color is not choice.
It looks like picture books.
As eye color or Vito is flickering.
Lustful needs color? Have become more and more the infant feel, not my favorite.
Guess said child spiritually, men like women, right?. Too self-centered even understood the feelings of those who, reading a bit frustrating.