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When a strange man pursues Sanchia, naturally she runs away. Offended, he asks why she would run from him. Apparently his name is Alex Saber, he’s a lawyer...and he’s her lover! But Sanchia, having lost two years’ worth of memories in an accident, doesn’t recognize Alex. She explains this to him, and he insists he wants to help her get her memories back.Sanchia welcomes his help, but for some reason she’s also scared. What is it about Alex that makes her so uneasy?
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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.
I didn't have a chance to read it until now, but I was finally able to read it. Was it such a story? This hero is always scared to wrinkle between his eyebrows. If you yell at me like this, I'm going to shrink. It is difficult to understand the story, and there are about two stages in the past story, and where is it? I wish I could tell the time by my hairstyle or something. It was quite elaborate. But I'm a fan of the writers, so it was interesting. A rival woman always tells the heroine, "He loves me," but he doesn't get miserable later.
Hero types like
Painting is like I'm... too much pride of! Hey thought... tough heroine, anticipates, but ended up bending myself until the end to take action from the heroine's minimum.
Hard to read
It is difficult to read than a cartoon illustrations cut and paste you like in.
Overall 難kute read and flip through gone with. I wonder why so illegible, stories come to mind.
Apart from that I think the tone is certainly noisy, because of that very dark screen, like art is not. Evaluation 2.0 at the moment, but very sympathetic stories, moved or not, while generally helpful. I think it is irritatingly impenetrable to each other was well drawn. Not be flashy, but is quite a favorite piece.
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