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THE DESERT KING'S PREGNANT BRIDE
Betrayed and abandoned by every last person she’s ever trusted, Maggie Lewis rushes out into a rainstorm wearing a fancy dress and without so much as an umbrella. Utterly broken by the tragedy that is her life, Maggie aimlessly wanders down a dirt road consumed by despair and drenched by the rain. Then, as if she were in some grand fairy tale, a handsome prince emerges from behind two blinding headlights…
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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.
It was a nasty personality. I have a good feeling.
Ended with a happy ending, but the heroine is amazed with really stupid. I can't believe these people are loved from 1 country Prince (King). And just became my wife originally started from a one-night stand, happens to be pregnant, I can no longer afford, be jealous of King back and forth! All feelings are is jealous because nothing will be different, different upbringing, but of no help? I felt sexy hero, was lovely, so out of keeping with bells and whistles. Really "he clamp" is it (laughs)
Heroine, a loved one without effort and compete with the ghost, while avoiding husband's tired? The feeling of what you're saying. Their driving and accident? I think what I'm doing.
Heroine is too stupid
Ugly heroine be jealous of his ex-wife died, seemed foolish.
All too soon, and
Maggie's inner conflicts are drawn a bit more original, was what could persuade other actions apart from the last risky behavior. Has been done quite disappointing but was feeling a little bit disappointing.