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Wanita Penghibur (True Colours #2)

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Yang Mulia Leo dan Wanita Penghiburnya!

Ginny amat mencintai karirnya sebagai model, sama seperti ia mencintai Leo. Tetapi sebuah kasus bohong membawa nama Brandon menjadi cemar; dan ini membawa akhir dari pernikahannya. Leo ingin bercerai---titik.

Dua tahun kemudian sebuah iklan memanggil Ginny untuk menghubungi seorang pria yang diharapkannya adalah ayah kandungnya di St.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published 1997 by Pustaka Sinar Harapan (first published 1996)
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Feb 09, 2012 Vanessa rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Leo Brandon’s family motto is – family first unto death. He is constantly telling Ginny that they cared for their own, the protected them from others. Yet for some reason Leo failed in that area w/ Ginny repeatedly, and it really just seemed like lip service to me.

She had issues from her childhood and he never seemed to know about them or acknowledge them throughout their four year marriage! She was working a lot and even more w/ the tabloids rumors about her and her fight to clear her name and
Jun 15, 2012 Trina rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
A TSTL heroine and a truly unlikeable hero that was too much even for me. Throw in a convoluted story that at times (at least for me) didn't make a whole lot of sense, I found myself wondering "why am I reading this?" I dislike writing negative reviews - and I'm an unabashed lover of cruel-hero stories and at times, I admit, doormat heroines - but I guess we all have our limits.
Fanny Roswita Ria
Harlequin ala jaman bahola lho ini terbitnya aja thn 97:)

Walo terjemahannya tdk sebagus penerbit harlequin skrg tapi alurnya lumayan kok. Gw lahap dlm waktu 2.5 jam utk novel yg tebalnya 250 halaman ini.

Heroine-nya seorang model dg latar belakang klrga angkat&tdk mengetahui pasti siapa orang tua kandunya menikah dengan hero-nya di umur 19 thn. Hero-nya sendiri adl seorang berdarah biru yg tergila2 dengan heroine-nya. Tetapi kesibukan heroine di dunia permodelan membuat hubungan pasangan ini
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