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Rich as Sin (Harlequin Presents #1567)

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She was sensitive and naive--and incredibly innocent--and he was about to ruin her life.

There was no justification for what he was doing. After all, Greeks respect their women; they don't take advantage of them. But he, of course, was only half Greek.

And he'd obviously forgotten the old Greek proverb that warns, "The man who lights the fire is not immune to being burned."
Paperback, 218 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 1993)
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Jul 20, 2015 Roub rated it liked it
i found the heroine too naive for my tastes and hero too Machiavellian ! it was astounding what he got upto and she fell right into his traps ! i also disliked the fact dat melissa eclipsed samantha. she was by far the prettier of the two but she also dominated the book as her presence cud be felt. obviously, matthew had had genuine feelings for her and thought a lot about her in his pov. i dunno how the author wants us to believe he was in love wid sam!
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Hero decided to use heroine in his own twisted plot but needless to say the heroine fought right back and eventually when the hero falls in love with the heroine, he realizes if you play with fire, you are going to get burned.
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