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In an airplane preparing to land, Stacey sits paralyzed by fear. As soon as she arrives at the airport, she will be forced to marry her aunt’s son-in-law. Then they will be able to steal all of the property Stacey’s father left to her, and Stacey will have no means of escape. Trembling in despair, she is comforted by the man sitting next to her. His name is Harry and she detects in him the same warmth and encouragement her late father once gave her…
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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.
It was a lot
To sick relatives thought disguised married story some DV to drug addiction and to the oil fields and a heritage site with many interesting.
Definitely been villains, fun
It was fun, but I think there are many patterns villain end kudzu sore to me? is. Really, too much kudzu. My aunt and my heart I'm sick I wonder-and and sugaranai guy yet, but I think useless! what is?? Natural burst though the heroine is really commendable and the effort and it's. Watch the warm fuzzy. Lisette. It's actually little to reform and had only a little hope, but pleasantly was betrayed.
Too cute heroine
That it can so easily allow aunt? Not able to medicate, manipulating the aunt? -Provoking marriage by force if hero, imagine my aunt. Apologies are too light.
It is really cute!
Talk about both the heroine. Hero, was divided.
But it was a good story
My aunt. The heroine more apologize! And at the very least not trying to bruise. "won't you lend me money but I think Let's take a bruising?? "And you tell me. And, I ^ ^;;; was a good talk. Hero characters are good.