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BEHIND THE CASTELLO DOORS
One cold, rainy night, Beth reaches her destination in Sardinia, Italy—an old castle owned by Cesario Piras, a bank president with a stony exterior as cold as the castle walls. As he gazes at her with his scarred, brooding face and tells her to go back to London, she adjusts the baby in her arms and gathers her courage to tell him that the baby she holds is his!
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I was surprised. Children made during drunken unidentified is the hero saying honestly, I think, because it was read. So that is the reason for the mistake was feeling. Like the dress picture is beautiful and so interesting PostScript.
In the PostScript...
Get true love from two chance encounters a clumsy story. Stage of the castle is romantic, but what wouldn't heart-warming story!... but too much interesting PostScript ☆ 5-and I'm.
Women's innate femme fatale of I wonder? I think people like a gentle expansion both people who like uptempo kinda.
Because not get stiff shoulders?
For for PostScript BRA, no bra is easy isn't it? If may be sensual maybe. But other than my sleeping and not feel bad. But work is often a story is glad happy ending.
I think punch line is often a system. It became is a bra Afterwords. And have read the original Harley-Davidson frequently, but no bra there is foreign I guess. Why not?. It is impossible.
Is not wearing a bra afterwords heroine and elegant, but in the manga, but I wonder whether in fact's, original? and wanted to know the heroine's past more w.