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Preview — The Stephanides Pregnancy (Greek Tycoons) by Lynne Graham
The Stephanides Pregnancy (Greek Tycoons) (Greek Tycoons)
Women in uniform weren't Cristos Stephanides' thing--until he saw Betsy, in her chauffeur's outfit at the wheel of his hired limousine... He was determined to seduce her, and his enemies thoughtfully provided the opportunity by holding him captive on a Mediterranean island, along with Betsy.
While they waited to be rescued, Cristos pursued his passion plan with increased en...more
Heroine - Betsy. She had a job she liked. She had ambition and future plans. She was the farthest thing from a doormat. She found him attractive. When he called her on it, as those ass hat heroes do, she just said words to the effect 'surely you can't be surprised. You must be used to it but I can admire a painting witho ...more
The heroine is hired to tote around the hero in a limo. He thinks she's going to be an easy lay but she's not really. They wind up kidnapped and taken to a deserted island with a big house, plenty of food etc. While there they wind up sleeping together. The heroine stops first because she wants to make sure he's not with anyone, so asks him if there's anyone that will be hurt by what they do, and he assures her that there isn't ...more
I loved the development of Cristo and Betsy's relationship. It's not your usual boy meets girl, have sex, then girl ends up pregnant, then marriage then happily ever after. In this book, the author used the kidnapping to build up their relationship. It was refreshing!
I loved Betsy's character. She's funny, strong, independent and feisty. I liked the way she called Cristos s ...more
But i did like it the female character's job was different and i liked her not her family though. The male character typical Alpha male but being on the island alone and wanting each other bad enough to throw caution to the wind hey gotta love it..
Lynne Graham was born on July 30, 1956 of Irish-Scottish parentage. She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life. She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother. She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven't stopped since then.
Lynne first met her husband when she was 1 ...more