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TWO SISTERS 1
My sister vanished with our secret… Elizabeth’s heart is breaking with worry about her twin sister. April went missing the day after their last argument. Elizabeth contacts the nightclub where April works, but to no avail. Her neighbor John is there to listen to her when she’s at her wit’s end. He’s a detective and his kindness encourages her to open herself up to him. With the possibility that her sister might be in danger, the two begin their own investigation.
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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.
Disappointed and wonder...
SHINOZAKI's picture is like. Not have to feel just what at first hoped in a 50-page. Because it was a little strange I think suspense is the muscle of the original I read glance.
Original in paperback 284 pages so the comics might also want to two books. I'm casually turned obscure various foreshadowed embedded in the original. I think SHINOZAKI teacher that could draw well, but this is from the beginning was fantastic as a suspenseful story line is... and unfortunately it seems.
Romance from suspense?
We all know buy things from browsing is more a continuous volume.
SHINOZAKI teacher books are attractive and succumbed to that temptation.
From this book says romance and suspense? I think it was put and also double as suspense was somewhat expected, but fun. Expect romance (read continue winding up) and I felt disappointed towards the deepening relationship between hero and heroine. More cliched romance with hope.