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HOT NIGHTS WITH A PLAYBOY
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HOT NIGHTS WITH A PLAYBOY
Abby, a stylist for Finess fashion magazine, has the opportunity to visit the Whitsunday Islands on a photoshoot that, if successful, could launch her career into the big leagues of high fashion. She can't wait to get started, until she finds that the photographer for the project is none other than her best friend from high school, Judd, who's been traveling the world as a wildlife photographer. A painful memory from their shared past makes her almost too anxious to work. Why did he have to show up now, just when she's finally started to get over what happened between them...?
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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 wanted you to draw the episode that I shaved by all means!
I thought that the hero was repeating the journey from the birth, and it was thought that it was looking for my place.
And I realized that the place is on the heroine's side, so I wonder if it's this happy ending.
The original story is unread, but according to the postscript, it was a character that more hero was troubled, so I wonder if such an episode has been cut down by the relation of the page.
If that's the case, it's pretty disappointing!
The happy ending?
Browsing part is very interesting to the end?
Why not keep chasing the dream hero heroine in love?
As soon as I gave up the dream hero chasing the heroine was attracted to an unorthodox photographers only.
If you don't have a dream from the beginning anyway, man dream to throw away and somehow be apathetic. After picture is funny. It was sometimes awkward.
Couples then would be a worry
Hero's so good?
Thinking it was his.
Eventually the hero to heroine abandoned his dream of crossing the finish line. But surely the hero Wild Kingdom I'm going.
It wonder saw a hero in magazines and TV watching mother nature has a distant second heroine tormented by anxiety. Including, was ending it and worry about the future of marriage after two.
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