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THE KNIGHT'S KISS
Her Royal Highness Princess Isabella of San Rimini has a daunting task at hand: she needs to set up a museum event to show off artifacts for San Rimini's one-thousandth anniversary, and the elusive Nick Black is the man for the job. What secret does Nick hide from the world, and what does it have to do with the ancient folktale about a cursed knight who must atone for his sins? Is Nick saving Isabella's event, or is she saving his soul?
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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 the impressions of a book refreshing refreshing
Up oriented common Harlequin frames, arranged with the drawing of a statue of easy-to-read.
And was also in the story, is good to differentiate between the characters.
I think halfway through didn't even fantasy, but fantasy and reality and mix well, it was a good finish. A badly written like this switch be stale finish. It's the witch is a good that is. Over millennia, the sacrifice of the true lesson taught, once I guess.
The degree of sacrifice.
I too あtけな of victims solve the curse had been over hundreds of years. More life or like to wish those things. I'm not enough. But forgive so cool with black hair long hair hero.
Once upon a time
It is thus becomes Princess and Knight's story is also a modern into place.
Someone risking Knight too trendy, décor was.