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WEDLOCKED: BANISHED SHEIKH, UNTOUCHED QUEEN
The young queen of Haydar, Layla, is in the middle of preparing for her wedding. She’s ready to sacrifice herself for the happiness of her own people. Based on the arrangement made when she was little, she is going to make a political alliance. He’s the king of Qusay, Xavian, with whom she’s never spoken before. Her first night is filled with nervousness, but she’s unexpectedly treated with kindness and respect, and she finds herself drawn to him. But she also sees a dark shadow in his eyes.
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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.
Even where honest it is two people.
Alone to the people loyal to their pricy. Certainly the last "what's good in this?
"That I feel like is obscuring the truth is not so refreshing.
Man seeks is a painful past, but accepts it and the heroine's strength was also attractive.
So, where the past is revealed, second life long memories lost hero of the improvisational scene decided to short "yes-I!?" Called at the end. Say happy ending may be subtle. Moyamoya has been.
That's why no baby
Is a storyline of the feeling, but I will-not!! Then shiorashiku is an honest man to do?
I'm like personally there is anyway around the mouth also control King to live life off the blackness and chutzpah.
To reverse the position I was bossy position had to say and do let me know that you are on! It is a romantic scene was not much. What I love.
And laughing a little,
I thought emotional hero heroine to not properly considered. Business sometimes very feminine heroine well doing Queen, which was nice but not clean as the whole story. Butler's personal was nice.