Not Just the Greek's Wife (Greek Tycoons #8)
I did enjoy this one but will say that I felt like I had read it many times before. It is the classic case of Greek girl married off by her father to rich man as part of a business deal.
Chloe always felt that Ariston never had feelings for her and thought he was gonna divorce her after the time that the business contract allowed him to do so, so she flew the coop first. They did divorce and spent 2 years apart but then her father's company was sinking so she went to Ariston for help. H ...more
"She shook her head, but her thoughts refused to settle as they spun endlessly around one simple fact. 'I don't understand how you could know.'
'I found your pills.'
'In my jewelry armoire?' But he never went through her things.
Only he must have. At least once.
'Does it matter?"
'Maybe it shouldn't... but I feel like it does.' If he had never trusted her and had spied on her, that put their ma ...more
I really dislike how these novels took a huge downfall. They used to be a good guilty pleasure, not really useful but certainly a good time spent. But now it's guilt with no pleasure at all. I feel guilty wasting my time and money on them.
This novel was stupid to say the least. Both leads were horrible. The text was filled with narration, and when there's no narration it's the same conversation over and over again.
I cant fatho ...more
Reviewd by: HarlequinJunkie Romance Reviews
Not Just the Greek’s Wife: I really enjoyed this re-union story by Lucy Monroe. It was a great read minus the revenge / angst factors you except to find in re-union stories.
Ariston Spiridakou and Chloe got married as part of a business deal, an arranged marriage with contracted terms of three years. Their marriage fell apart due to misunderstanding and mistrust on both their parts.
Fast-forward two years and Chloe and Ariston re-unite when Chloe approach ...more
The hero was no one's fool but did make assumptions about the heroine which when he discovered was untrue he had an arrogant time of apologizing.
I found the ending to be really quick but it was a good book one which I think I will reread so it's a keeper.
A quick and easy read with the typical formulaic story but it's a formula I happen to love. Add in the fact that the hero is Greek - I'm there! Lucy Monroe is one of my favorite authors to read. I love the fact that she still writes for Harlequin Presents. The first series I read after deciding I wanted to read more "adult" books in my youth.
The sitch is that Ariston & Chloe were once married however it was an arranged
They agreed to marry again, based on business. This time around they couldn’t hide the love that shined. Ariston was a tentative, and caring ...more
I would definitely recommend this book for readers of all levels--whether you're a Lucy Monroe fan or about to become one. The author writes equally well in both the contemporary and historical genres.
Again, this is a quick, enjoyable read and I would recommend to anyone!!!
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I am a voracious reader of romances and I never fail to buy Ms. Monroe's newest releases!! Her "Not Just a Greek's Wife" is full of emotional dialogue that grabbed me and thrust me into Ariston and Chloe's world! They are a couple who come from dysfunctional families and with agenda's of the own and lack of communication they divorce! With family pressure they remarry amid distrust and misunderstanding yet with all Ms. Monroe's books ...more