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She went in search of her roots, but she found so much more… After the loss of her mother, Zarah goes to visit her aunt, whom she hasn’t seen since she was a young child, but she is greeted instead by a young man named Stein, who introduces himself as her aunt’s son. He seems aggressive from the start, his cold smile no comfort. It turns out that Zarah’s aunt has passed away and left her a huge inheritance. Though it’s a complete surprise to her, Stein believes Zarah is nothing more than a gold digger. Her intention had only been to uncover the mystery of her birth, but the condition of the inheritance states that she must live in her aunt’s house for six months before she can claim her legacy. Will she be able to handle red-hot Stein’s icy attitude until then?
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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.
But it's funny.
I like Beppu-san's little gags, and this time it was interesting, but I'd like to explain it a little more, probably because of the number of pages. Where'd you go, Rolf, about your mother and sisters? Or, isn't it too urgent to be suddenly told that you're getting married? I have a feeling.
The picture is a、、、 wall.
Was this painter so bad at painting? I was worried about the strange size of my head and couldn't concentrate on the story. Also, the timing to become a gag face, if you do not use well, water the story.
I want two more pages!
Or a dashing depiction of the last, or rather a proposal and a promised book together. The truth was given, and i wanted the aftermath of the impression of uluru a little more. Other than that, I'm happy (I cried after a long time)
That's why it's
Good read, or "URL" on the way to last is "what the hell". What's this last! But it was and is always give up some humorously. This last is no! Good story though, too bad.
A bit more explanation.
Entrusting my sister my child was born, as was the situation myself and Anne, would travel to work abroad. Same entrusts the children to her sister, sending the cost of living have made living with sister and see the children while working in the UK will not. England is so much useless welfare? Age difference, in 19-year-old sister and little sister. I wonder if my sister was whether job or marriage. I wonder if sister's life to the niece-and it was good.
Just wondering with inspirational ideas.
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