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After discovering her engagement was nothing but a sham, Eve doesn’t even know who she is anymore. Her whole identity had been crafted for her, and was lost with her hopes for marriage. Then she meets a stranger on an uninhabited island, a man who accepts Eve for who she was—and Eve feels reborn. But soon what seemed like a dream turns into a nightmare. Will Eve manage to stay strong and hang on to this fantasy—and the man that brought her true self back to life?
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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.
What's this guy...
Always at eye level hero bossy (at least not as you want to call) to is disillusionment. Heroines even doll shaped like a can cook?
It is thinking in children not drawn face and a body other than an attractive piece to get.
Why HQ hero or heroine alone face and body just love at first sight? Again, I've recently got bored now.
Do not meet
I think the Palace to this teacher, Emma Darcy disagree.
Hero well, neither was not, it was gorgeous.
Heroine, "no, I can't do" many too. And his hold with both hands now. Depressing.
For better or for worse usually
Character of the teacher of both hero and heroine could not empathize Palace drawn is right this glittering, glamorous world I like.
I also was reminded of Takarazuka.
Most of the author's works are reminiscent of Takarazuka. You sometimes say it is Takarazuka works are colorful, but luxury centrally is unique to the author's strengths. Just seems exaggerated gestures, movements, and what of over reaction is not. Movement alone, not with what is.