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The Greek's Tiny Miracle

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His only chance to be a father…

Navy SEAL captain Nikos Vassalos is a shell of the man he once was. Tortured by PTSD, he isolates himself on his luxury yacht. But his bitter solitude is interrupted—by a heavily pregnant woman who tells him he's about to be a dad!

Putting her own deep-rooted fears of rejection aside, Stephanie Marsh is determined that her baby will know its
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 7th 2014 by Harlequin (first published November 1st 2013)
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Excellent book with plenty of intense emotion. Stephanie and Nikos had met each other while he was on leave. He didn't tell her his real name or what he did and when he was called away he didn't contact her again. Stephanie had felt that it was more than just a fling so when she discovered she was pregnant she decided to search for him so she could tell him. What she found was a very different man than the one she had gotten to know. Nikos is suspicious of her motives and not at all nice to her. ...more
A wonderful read.
A sweet read but also somewhat heartbreaking at the same time.
After sharing a magical 10 days together Nikos/Dev vanishes leaving behind a confused/heartbroken Stephanie. Finding out she is pregnant changes the game for Stephanie and she determined to find him. You have admire her in her determination to do the right thing even if it hurts, such a strong willed woman. After finding Nikos/Dev doesn't turn out the way she expects she is still determined to do the right thing and l
Good novel, I enjoyed it. I just wish the ending, wasn't the ending.
enjoyed the setting and novelty of Greece. story was good, if you grant some poetic license to the author.
Good, but not one of my favorites of this author.
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