The Fallen Greek Bride / At the Greek Boss's Bidding
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Infamous Morgan Copeland has graced the tabloids as America's Sweetheart for years. Until scandalous family allegations change the headlines overnight to Socialite in Disgrace!
Her reputation in tatters and holding on to the last shreds of her pride, Morgan seeks her estranged husband's help, knowing that to convince merciless Drakon Xanthis, she will have to get down on he...more
Paperback, 376 pages
Published February 19th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Jenny
4.5 stars! Absolutely amazing! What an emotional, tear at your heart strings story! Morgan Copeland is in desperate need of financial (and not only) help and the only one who can provide that is her estranged husband Drakon Xanthis. She also is in desperate need of a divorce but Drakon refuses to sign the papers even though it's been 5 years since they've seen each other. When the heroine arrives in her husband's Villa not only he gives her the money she needs but he is also willing to give her...more
Leona
I wasn't as mesmerized by this story as other readers. Jane Porter did a wonderful job in writing a very disturbing, complex relationship. A relationship interwoven with lust, hurt and betrayal. But just like her other work, she left me hanging, wanting so much more.

I didn't believe that the issues between the couple were really resolved outside the bedroom. Though OW got her walking papers, it was such a trivial aspect to the overall story. Yet, the author made it a turning point for the coupl...more
Tishke
2.5 stars for The Fallen Greek Bride

This was a real troublesome marriage and I just could not see what the author wanted us to believe that this couple would overcome their many issues. What I could see was the lead female character ending up back in a mental institute within months and losing complete control of her reality.

3.5 stars for At the Greek Boss Bidding

A better executed plot. This was the second story I have read by this author. It just seems she does better when she doesn't add too m...more
Dalia
This should have been an intense read. As a couple, Morgan and Drakon have lots of issues to address. As individuals, they have emotional and psychological issues by the bucketload . But I couldn't relate to them or their actions, I couldn't feel their love. And the book fell flat.
Onu
This book piqued my interest and I just had to read it to see what this was all about.

Morgan and Drakon had lot of issues. Drakon, I could understand. How he had to emotionally shut himself off. That was how he had been conditioned since childhood. It was his survival strategy. He wasn't much of a talker but he definitely had feelings and the only way he could communicate, express his feelings for Morgan was physically.

Morgan, on the other hand a lot of issues. She could not accept her sensual...more
Lb
I've read Jane's other books and had a great time reading them but this book is quite disappointing. I am a little confused about the problem with their marriage-- who's needy and who's withdrawn and who's cold and who did what first but apparently they were in love. One moment Drakon realized his shortcomings but only to ask her again why she left! What the..!!! I was frowning more as I progress thru the story, at times would say "huh?"
Giovanni
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Kimberly
I know picking up a "Presents Book" that I am going to enjoy it and that there will be a great escape to a far away land with a handsome hero. Since it was a Jane Porter, it was like an extra special treat, and then to add one of her reader favorites with it. Well it was like a hot fudge sundae with a cherry on top!

The Fallen Greek Bride was an edgier Jane Porter, definitely a little sexier. I was pleasantly surprised! I can only hope this will be a series as it did leave me wanting more as ther...more
Rhonda
A deep and complex love shared by two people who lacked communication. A compelling story that keeps you turning pages and wanting more. I can't wait for the next book to find out what happens to Morgan's father and how Morgan and Drakon strengthen their marriage. I disliked Bronwyn from beginning...having jealous tendencies I could totally relate to Morgan's extreme dislike/jealousy.
The book had just enough spice to make it yummy! (I won this book and a few others in a Jane Porter give away)
Ltlmer2
This was a super hot story for Presents! I found myself liking Drakon more than Morgan, but both were good characters (though at one point he realizes certain things, yet continues to act the same as he has in the past for a while longer...wish his revelation would have led more directly to some kind of change). While they both were flawed and had issues that could still pose trouble for their relationship, by the end you believe that they are deeply in love and will work harder at it this time....more
Saraa
Jane Porter is an awesome author. I've read much of her work and was overall happy with The Fallen Greek Bride. It was very much a Presents book, with a mega-rich alpha hero and (recently) destitute/desperate heroine storyline.
I enjoyed the way Morgan and Drakon overcame their extreme lack of communication issues and pulled through for each other in the end.

However, I disliked the bdsm references despite their mildness, especially for a Presents book. I kept skipping over them. I did not want t...more
Moran
Last night I finished reading the first story The Fallen Greek Bride and it was a good book but I did have some problems with it.
I didn't really feel that the problems between Morgan and Drakon were really solved and I didn't like how Drakon didn't tell Morgan about his childhood and how hard it is for him to share his emotions because of his mom.

I will read the other books in the series but I do hope that they'll be better. 3.5 stars

I'll read the second story At the Greek Boss's Bidding which...more
Meetu
A bit over the top fairy tale romance but I enjoyed it. The sex part initially was a bit like too much. Get going with story :) I want romance not semi porn. The heroine is so weak a character she runs away from husband breaks down gets to mental hospital. The hero uncommunicative but throws money around left right centre for the money hungry cheat of his womans father. The part following this gets better. The way the hero stands up for her. The making up part is all good. If it weren't for the...more
Elisabeth
The Fallen Greek Bride by Jane Porter is a great very easy to read story. It's the first in a trilogy about the "The Disgraced Coplands". It's a page turner and I for one can´t wait to read more about the Coplands.
I love reading Jane Porters Harlequin Presents and this on is no exception. It´s a big romantic story with smocking hot scenes and a great story line. Great characters.
Annie Burrows
Not only did I really enjoy this story, but I now can't wait to read the subsequent books about the family introduced in this opener to "The Disgraced Copelands"
Paula Legate
I thought it was Awesome getting two books for the price of one. I’m going to review the books separately.

The fallen Greek Bride: In this story Drakon, and Morgan were in love. They had married, and had an almost magical honeymoon. After the honeymoon ended, is when things feel apart. The two had a love that was so strong, that it scared them. They stopped talking to one another. Morgan left, and asked for a divorce. Drakon wouldn’t give her one, until they could sit down and talk. He didn’t kno...more
Nova
The first part of the book is the story of Morgan and Drakon. She goes to him for help when she knows no other can help her. She hasn't seen him in five long years, since she left him early within their marriage. Drakon wants to keep his wife, and refuses to sign the divorce papers she had him served with. He offers to help her with her problem and hopes to get to the reason why she left, which he still doesn't know.
The second part of the book is the story of Elizabeth and Kristian. He has been...more
Shanelle
I was really impressed by this book. The story and the way it is written is way above the usual Mills & Boon standard. Characters are well developed and the interaction between H and h is intense, almost explosive. Has to be one of the best books of this type I have read to date.
Carmen
There was a lot of talk about the hot but not a lot of walk in this novella

Synopsis from cocer

Infamous Morgan Copeland has graced the tabloids as America's Sweetheart for years. Until scandalous family allegations change the headlines overnight to Socialite in Disgrace!Her reputation in tatters and holding on to the last shreds of her pride, Morgan seeks her estranged husband's help, knowing that to convince merciless Drakon Xanthis, she will have to get down on her knees and beg….

Rebecca
So it's Harlequin, it's Jane Porter, it's good. No surprises just a solid Harlequin set of stories. Do I like Jane's other books better (The Good Wife, The Good Daughter, Flirting with Forty etc.)? Yes. But when you want a traditional Harlequin you could most definately do worse than Jane.
Nitika Goenka
Nice love the way came over their broken marriage...and how their love both them together... trouble marriage...and getting to work and beaning honest to each other......
cant wait to read more of it..will there be more to this series and especially Logan and Rowan story...
Abby
I can't read Jane's books fast enough! I know these harlequin romances have a HEA but these stories are too cute and sweet. I'm a sucker for a good romance and Jane's books always deliver.
Harlequin Books
Miniseries: The Disgraced Copelands
Category: Passion
Vilmarie Santos
the first on was ok the second story wasn't really my thing
Sarah
Mar 12, 2013 Sarah rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who loves alpha males, Greek men and their glamorous women
Recommended to Sarah by: myself (although Dream_Harlequin and Rae_Harlequin got the idea going with their writing challenge)
-review to come-
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Born in Visalia, California, I'm a small town girl at heart. I love central California's golden foothills, oak trees, and the miles of farmland. In my mind, there's nothing sweeter in the world than the heady fragrance of orange blossoms on a sultry summer night.

As a little girl I spent hours on my bed, staring out the window, dreaming of far off places, fearless knights, and happy-ever-after endi...more
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