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Spoiled By The President: My Wife Is A Little Sweet
Spoiled By The President: My Wife Is A Little Sweet
Her boyfriend and her sister tangled together in the sheets, so she turned around and married the fearsome business tycoon, Gideon Leith.Not only is she a star in her own right, but she’s also a publicist and an entrepreneur? A super race-car driver? A world-renown gold medalist designer too?! Just who is this precious hidden treasure of a girl!!!She went from being pitifully spurned to a goddess looked up to by tens of thousands of people, and her admirers queued from Jincheng all the way to Kyoto.Mr. Leith, who saw a certain someone’s feminine charm, quickly tucked her into his arms. “Wife, I need to hide you well. You can only belong to me!”
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The Little Cloud Dragon
The Little Cloud Dragon
This is a story about courage, respect, friendship, a fairy tale for young and old that will give a little joy and amazement in its simplicity to all.<br><br>This is the story of a dragon, or rather a little dragon: the little cloud dragon. A little dragon that loves to jump, but cannot do so on his soft cloud. This is the story of a girl who becomes friends with him. A girl who finds a playmate in the little dragon. This is a story about the beauty of giving and the joy of receiving. This is a story about courage, respect and friendship. A fairy tale for young and old that will give you a little joy and amazement in its simplicity. The perfect story to make your children fall asleep with a smile on their faces and wonder in their eyes (at least to my daughter it always has had this effect).
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Lucilla In The Clouds
Lucilla In The Clouds
Massimo Longo e Maria Grazia Gullo Literature&Fiction
Series: I’m writing this for you Massimo and Maria Grazia are a couple both in real and literary life, and they love writing fiction for everyone, regardless of their age. This idea was born with the idea of turning the tales they had made up for their children into books.
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