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CONFESSIONS OF A MILLIONAIRE'S MISTRESS
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CONFESSIONS OF A MILLIONAIRE'S MISTRESS
Celeste thought she’d be handed the reins to her father’s company, but when her father passes off the business to Ben, she finds their relationship strained. Keeping an eye on how Ben handles the company might lead to him being a bigger influence on her life than just lightening her pocketbook, as fate threatens to change the best-grown plans of this botanical business.
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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.
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I like this piece. It was good like a high-quality love story. As everyday life flows indifferently, there is a delicate exchange, and the change of mind is carefully drawn. It delights the line spacing. The bed scene is also cool, but I'm glad I felt affection. There are more erotic selves in the other Hare works of Mr. Tsuji, but none of them feel very unpleasant. I think it's probably because the picture is beautiful and doesn't draw extra eroticism. It was a hero who felt that the hero who was disturbed in the florist was the only place where the heroine was thrown sweet, and I felt that I wanted to protect it in this scene mysteriously. Although there are many ways of pushing the end of speed-up, the way of life of two people who are spending it steadily after getting married also draws neatly at the end, and it is a romantic way of ending as the title. I wonder if I'll see the next meteor shower all night.
A bedroom scene, including works like
Clearly there are people who think too much real erosion in the other reviews, and in a Harlequin comics, was surprising. Minato than this Harlequin novel's portrayal of specific sex much more than write ones tend is and is it just isn't interesting, but such depictions themselves no discomfort. And Minato than this is's sex scenes draw, felt affection, love.
Like taking body only meets the desire to lead both body and mind. Heroine with a steady gait and, blaming those who blindly and independently, so far is this from Minato, it's may be a feature of the comic. I it is comfortable, this piece is a high rating.
Not suitable for those keen to reverse. While I think fewer pages Harlequin comics, giving meaning to the sex scenes, while interesting as a whole draw is extremely advanced techniques, so 5 stars it even if I still lack of page numbers, or a little bit of lack of the 5 stopped working.
Of the Hare?
This piece of the Hare? Everyone seems to agree that it's Lady comic style. It's not hate even to Elo Elo scene certainly Minato-Sensei's real ish I clean, I scream in mind with "wow". Previously, in someone's teacher had a similar scene is picture is poor but sexy is because I felt so nasty. Hehehe!, my erotic love in-to be.
He looks good
To ask for seems like their Harlequin is real and not with fantasy elements. I'm a ladies ' comics, as other people have written.
No need to charge only too real, Megan Fox wanted. Too many real drawing of her, has no choice. Not in the monthly art who does not buy individually.
How different from Harlequin and Lady com even I do not know, but I even think like this draw Lady COM class I.
Read also the dignity of the saffle Minato-Sensei may I talk about old and. Maybe a lot of erosion on is too specific. Heroes entwined leg shorts or pants down Twitter or better with no good?.
That sense is I NG pushing OK, florist, intimacy in the sea. But like Minato-Sensei manga so expect future.
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