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A MARRIAGE TO REMEMBER
After a long, difficult journey to a music festival in an English town, Maggi's song captures the heart of her audience, filling the hall with rapturous calls for an encore. Later that evening, Maggi receives an unexpected gift: a single red rose from Adam. Adam with whom she'd achieved such fame...Adam who had betrayed and abandoned her after a tragic accident three years ago. Now a world-famous superstar, Adam has returned. "Why now?" Maggi pales and trembles as she holds the rose...
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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.
Picture and story irritated. Heroine becomes incapacitated so support will be hero. Yet don't be conceited to UpStage No. 1, be abandoned.
Children were born, they have been flabbergasted. Always terrific doctor HQ in misdiagnosis. I also laughed at the Blackbird. That's why Blackbird!
Pictured is a writer's scent just 70 of the year 2010. But fashion or hairstyles. Acoustic guitar... Read the cartoons in the 70's I think is good luck. The hero had no idea whether it's arrogant cowards as little character after you better be there.
I gag, I read still better
Anyway, the picture is old!
Hairstyles, fashion is too daza. During it, hero and heroine in love is the hero "Yeah! Fly Blackbird! "What I said. Lol Nope no Blackbird is understanding basic feed where lots of laughs HQ, but read this terrible laugh story I'm tired.
Was not about mood swings.
Ladies and gentlemen in hard times on the side and did not support even though I come in a presumptuous attitude.