ALWAYS THE BRIDESMAID
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ALWAYS THE BRIDESMAID
"I've already died once. I'll never love again..." Amy Edler runs a bakery on the outskirts of London in an attempt to run away from a past that still haunts her. But when her best friend's wedding planner takes off a week before the event, it's up to Amy to finish the job! Her only help is the bride's handsome brother, Jared Shaw. While the two find that they have some chemistry, both are hiding secrets deep inside themselves. Can they help each other find love again?
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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.
Not so bad
Hero sister's best friend's callous and original thought he badly, but apart from that, the hero / heroine is pleasing, felt good. Anyone else you've Palms teacher picture is soft, pretty, so I don't really feel anguish and thoughts past of the hero and heroine, but I quite liked. 3.5 long.
Better to me means to marry in "get married" was a review of the other, so I think the wrong is not or.
I scratch the surface a comic. Come Palm teacher where this story made me like what? History of the life of the hero and heroine in distress cannot be transmitted. I overcome it, because the story is exciting to. In this poor author. Kitui review, I'm sorry. I think you're just comic lies if I never. The cartoonist's editorial department is not? Wants to stand more on the reader. Don't fool readers.
Our reviews as it is. Indeed, if.
From the unlikely hero, sister. Even if it's not Buddy Guy's fresnemmy from. So this becomes sister-in-law married the hero so that a happy ending doesn't feel. What was there to be still happy to get married in New York City pressed their palms together....
Not worth reading in a long time
Lo is a bad guy. It is no time to read.
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