Ariane Felder is pregnant! This is surprising with her being a young hardened judge with strict morals. But what is more surprising is that, according to paternity testing, the child’s father is none other than Bob, a criminal from the prosecution charged with an atrocious attack! Ariane doesn’t remember any of what has happened, so she has no idea what to expect…
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