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In Petrakis's Power

3.2 of 5 stars 3.20  ·  rating details  ·  54 ratings  ·  12 reviews
An inconvenient arrangement…

To safeguard her family's future, Natalie Carr must make a deal with the devil, Ludo Petrakis. She doesn't trust him, but the energy between them leaves her breathless and powerless. So Natalie agrees to his outlandish proposition: travel to Greece—as his fiancée!

Natalie can see the cracks in Ludo&#
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 18th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Natalie Carr is a loving daughter on her way to meet her sick father. On the train she meets a man who dazzles her with his manners and good looks. She agrees on a date with him but not before she visits her father, a wealthy businessman who is on the verge of losing everything and ready to sell his crumbling empire to Greek tycoon Ludo Petrakis.

Natalie accompanies her father to Petrakis's company and she is shocked when she realizes that the mystery guy who stole her heart and the ruthless tyc
Rating 3.25 stars
There was nothing remotely wrong with this book and maybe that was my problem. It seemed boring, characters are good, no major conflict, everything was perfect. Hero was great despite being rich, heroine was helpful and honest and all of it bored me.
Ok read. Didn't care a wealthy powerful HP hero having to take a train. I expect HP heroes to have their own airplanes. It's part of the HP fantasy deal.
I really enjoyed this book, more than I thought I would, so that was a pleasant surprise when reading along. From the blurb on the back of this book I was expecting the usual tale of someone blackmailed into a relationship/marriage on pain of destitution and actually this book wasn't anything like that at all. Sure, the method of the two main characters, Ludo and Natalie, wasn't conventional, but at the same time there isn't that uneasy edge that comes from a domineering man buying a wife etc. E ...more
A bit on the watery side. Was nice but a bit weak.
In Petrakis’s Power by Maggie Cox, Natalie is on her way to London to see her father, after his anxious request for her to meet with him. She has no idea why he wants to see her so desperately, but her mind is running wild with the possiblities. When she meets Ludo on the train to London after he offers to pay her fare when she lost her ticket (first class no less!), he is easy on the eyes, easy to talk to, and a welcome distraction from her worries.Read More
Short and Sweet Story
Not a huge fan of the whirlwind romances involving (view spoiler) but at least the virile hero (view spoiler) It was a really quick read, sweet story but seemed kind of rushed at certain points. Also (view spoiler) didn't quite hold with the tone of the ...more
The book In Petrakis's Power book, Ludo Petrakis is a ver6y rich man. Ludo's brother died three years ago. Ludo hasn't been back home since. He didn't think his father was proud of him. He meets Natalie and pays her father more than his hotel chain is worth, if Natalie will go to his home town with him as his fiance. Interesting story line.
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"Cox's beautiful romance brings the scents, sights and the sensual delights of Greece to life. Her leads are the perfect complement to each other and their lovemaking is hot enough to warm the coldest heart." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars
This book was certainly refreshing in that the Greek hero wasn't the typical Alpha male. Ludo was more than willing to take his share of tge blame for everything wrong on top of that Natalie was a unique loving character herself.
I wish I can give it a zero. Boring, cheesy and same tired plot. Worst book of the month.
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Maggie Cox loved to write almost as soon as she learned to read. Her favorite occupation was daydreaming and making up stories in her head, and this particular pastime has stayed with her through all the years of growing up, starting work, marrying and raising a family. No matter what was going on in her life, whether joy, happiness, struggle or disappointment, she'd go to bed each night and lose ...more
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