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An orphan mistaken for a gold digger…
Perusing a newspaper, Mandy sees a want ad that makes her catch her breath. Someone has been looking for her—maybe it's her parents, whom she has never seen or known. When she arrives at a Caribbean island in response to the ad, she is surprised to meet Pascal, an extraordinarily attractive man. He warns her to leave immediately, but Mandy’s heart is set on meeting her parents and she chooses to stay. She has no idea, however, of exactly how badly Pascal has misunderstood 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.
I only read free places.
The heroine looks like only a light-baked woman.
I don't feel like buying it.
It's the worst...
The story of the idiots who know nothing but doubt and tell a lie.
I thought he was a good writer and read it with peace of mind, but when I thought about where it would develop interestingly, I was surprised without solving the mystery that I could convince with Gutaguta at the end. Is it okay to do this? Harlequin!
If you think it's a similar story,
You were connected to the scarlet lady. The hero puts the same doubt on the heroine of two stories and takes a terrible attitude. He shows his love at the end, but I didn't really like it.
Well let's see
I like Mr. Karan, but I don't think the picture and the stoy match. In this story, the heroine who is at the mercy of fate while making the body kunekne of Mr. Ohashi or Mr. Tsuji, and the hero of the expression which seems to be plotting a really bad thing might have been perfect.
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