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AT THE END OF THE DAY
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AT THE END OF THE DAY
Is this mere coincidence, good luck or bad luck? Julia’s answer will depend on him… One early morning in London, Julia rescues a cold, crying kitten. While doing so, she has a strange yet pleasant encounter with a man who was trying to do the same thing. When Julia reunites with him days later during an interview for a secretarial position, she’s rendered speechless. What are the odds that the man she met that day would be Professor van der Wagema, her prospective employer? Although he’s the same man, he treats Julia completely differently during the interview. He’s cruel and cold, to the point that Julia wonders if she only imagined him in the morning mist. During her weeklong wait for the interview results, she spends time at her parents’ home. Little does she know, she’ll reunite with him there, too!
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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.
This is completely different.
I have read the original. For the heroine of the character that was quite clear of the original, i'm not a communicable to say clearly of interpersonal phobia over the street of the stranger The setting of the heroine is the opposite. It is agreed in that the poor heroine is tossed around the incoherent action which comes to want to say, "I want to do on earth nani", you are a hero who should be considerably older than the heroine, but it is not an exaggeration to say that this is the original of the drawing any longer. I was also addicted to take world, which I used to be weak at, so I clicked "Yes" to Momo's review. I clicked "Yes" to Hipiri's review with the same hand. Betty's fans would be very angry if they weren't addicted to the world.
Retired on the way. I didn't feel like reading until the end.
At any time, something dances.
Dead leaves the snow, the stars 、??? Ets.... Anyway, it was a work that always danced regardless of whether it was outdoors or indoors. Personally, I don't like it, but... Lately, I've been getting used to seeing things that are scattered, and I'm like, "It's going to be hard to draw this." I think it's okay to reduce it more.
This one is weak. The heroine is always thin as a twig and the hair is Buwabuwa and it shakes and it is crying porpopolo. And the hero is always glistening and gotsu unusually lolicon. Ugh... Shin Doi... But I read as a story... Oh, Shin Doi... Have finished reading repeatedly. I prefer the warm fuzzy oji of the heroine's father role.
I was supposed to read the original story, I wonder if it was like this? And, but I was reading while I doubt the decrease in memory, I still arrange a lot. I think that I can enjoy it a little more if I read it thinking that it was inspired by Betty's work and the original of the take teacher. So, is it not good for you to put out the type of comic that snuggled up to the original in the title a little more for Betty fan?.
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