A few days away from Christmas. Evie, evicted from her home, falls asleep in a suite at the hotel she works at as a cleaner. Her boss told her she could use the room as a special treat. At dawn, she awakes to the feeling of sweet lips, and sees an extremely sexy man before her eyes. Just then, a camera flash goes off, and a paparazzo runs away. What just happened? When she takes a good look at the still-upset man, he turns out to be the hotel's owner, Rio. He is worried about the trap, and asks several things of Evie. Then he declares, “I will announce my engagement to you.”
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The Twelve Nights of Christmas: Harlequin comics based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A good overall story if you just look at it as a comic rather than a romance novel. I’m pretty sure it’s due more to the limitations set on it by the medium, but I feel like I missed out on a lot of the action. Several of the plot points are just glanced at or solved almost as soon as they are introduced, so there’s not much to draw the reader in and keep that interest. The art style is simple and clean, so even someone who isn’t familiar with Japanese comics can easily follow the flow of the images. The general story is good, but it’s nothing out of the ordinary. Might be good for a quick reading if you’re in the mood for both a comic and a romance, but I have a feeling that the original novel will be a better read.