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THE ITALIAN'S RUNAWAY BRIDE
Kelly works as a nanny for a lovely family, and when they go on vacation, she gets a bit of time to herself at their house in Italy. Her relaxation time by herself is cut short, however, when a stranger walks up to her with a tire iron. Is he a criminal, a sailor or someone else? Turns out Kelly will have to quickly learn the life of royalty, because he’s Count Gianfranco Maldini!
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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.
Never happy, married to such a man. I don't know much full of hardship and then happy ending story.
Oh, wait a minute.
No hero priority! How much heart disease but still I.. In many ways bad hero. And unfortunately also the heroine. What was the last happy ending, but I, too "is?
"It was a lot of work. No, but it sudenly megassa from interesting to reverse?!.
Too insensitive, and
In males with callous and it works but like this? In my head it's my wife's birthday without full-term wives, to stay away. Children's room to his wife around prepare women bad... This is great said. Only one, Yo did women come to the room seems oh so far refused also invited. To avoid cheating. 2.
Thinking, and voice to the scene. Many hero and fight in a short "thank you" thank you (lol) the mystery too.
Somehow lovable hero
In pregnancy will also want to marry. On skydiving in the kids are not to leave. Than lose the heroine in childbirth do not want a child. Like the heroine of hero obsession became a disconsolate mood.