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Entre la verdad y las mentiras: (The Dimitrakos Proposition)

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Tabby Glover era una joven de lengua afilada, Independiente y rebelde, que estaba dispuesta a hacer cualquier cosa para que el multimillonario griego Acheron Dimitrakosla apoyase enla adopción de una niña que, al mismo tiempo, era hija de un primo lejano suyo. ¡Pero lo último que esperaba era una propuesta de matrimonio!

Solo podía decirle que sí, aunque el arrogante magnat
Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 2nd 2014 by Harlequin (first published December 2013)
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I really enjoyed this latest release by one of my all time fav HP authors.All I can say is ...Lynne got her groove back!
I enjoyed characters of Ash and Tabby,they complimented each other very well.Ash is like sex on a stick,so very drool worthy!I am such a sucker for this author's alpha heros.
Tabby is brash and sass which was great.
Loved the ending of this book,two damaged souls found love and had their family when they each thought they would never have it.
A great moc story.I gave this 5*** be
Seems like the reviews are all over the place with this one. I really loved it. I loved the super spunky heroine who never ever rolled over and just took what the hero was dishing out. She had enough backbone for any 3 HP heroines. From their first meeting the hero, Ash and the heroine, Tabby, strike sparks off each other.

"If you two are going to keep on chatting in a foreign language and acting like I'm not here..."
"If only you were not," Ash murmured silkily.
Tabby's hands balled into fists
Alex is The Romance Fox
No, this story just did not do it for me!!!!!!
Lynne Graham is one of my favorite M&B authors but I have experienced a hit and miss with her last few books and The Dimitrakos Proposal is one of those “miss” ones!!!

I like alpha males and spunky heroines….but the two mc’s were beyond reality!!!

The hero – Acheron Dimitrakos
So, this guy is gorgeous…
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but let me just say that his first name “blew” me away…! I constantly had this image of
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Acheron Parthenopaeus (who happens to be a sexy god) in S
Jennie -  Webbweaver Reviews
The story kept me engaged. I wasn't bored at any time. Liked the hero Acheron. The heroine was ok though at times she was completely dense! Asking why she had to wear a ring when they were in a fake marriage and had to convince people it was real !!!
I really loved the scenes with Ash and the little baby, Amber - fabulous!!
Carol Storm
Better than average late-period Lynne Graham. There's more suspense and intrigue than usual, as someone actually wants to hurt the heroine!

I am blown away that it's more than twenty years since I read AN ARABIAN COURTSHIP. Many great romance writers "jump the shark" after ten or twenty classics, but Lynne Graham continues to write with the same vibrancy and passion year after year. One thing I will say is that it wouldn't hurt to make her heroines a little more mature, a little more capable of
I can't remember the last time I read a good one of these. I think I have changed though and my tastes now run more towards edgy (almost comedic) paranormal romance books when I go down the romance path. However, my Mum keeps dropping these off and I keep reading them because I know she gets a kick out of the fact that it is something we share and they are a really quick read.

This one was about a virgin. I don't know why people keep saying the world is going to crap. If these books are to belie
This is a marriage of convenience story with two very broken, very damaged people (especially the heroine) who heal each other and comfort each other and learn to love each other truly and deeply. I usually don't like strong feisty heroines but Tabby was a true survivor and she was vulnerable and warm as well. Hero is an alpha male, super sexy, confident and sophisticated but he treated Tabby like a queen and I loved him for that!

Epilogue was super adorable! So sweet watching these two and thei
The Dimitrakos Proposition was a compelling marriage of convenience romance with memorable plotting.

My only negative issues was the heroine was a harpy. Too much almost. I liked how she melted. The hero, he wasn't edgy enough. I did like how he brought down the heroine's defenses.

I think this may be a keeper.
It's no secret that I'm a huge Harlequin Presents fan and I totally loved this book. Ash was perfect as an alpha male in true Lynne Graham style. I loved everything about him. Tabby was a touch too feisty for me. I love strong heroines but this one bordered too close to 'irritating' for me. However, it didn't distract me from the story and I really enjoyed this classic Presents. Would highly recommend!
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Tory Michaels
Ugh. I really, really didn’t care for this book for some reason. I think Ash was never fully redeemed for being the jerk he starts out as. He’s dismissive, rude, and snobbish. I don’t care how rich he is, he treats Tabby like crap, was dismissive about the fact that he was named a child’s guardian for months until Tabby comes to him, and so on.

Tabby – grrrr. Such a freaking doormat. She took his treatment and even if it got better toward the end, she still should slugged him a few times.

Aunque si, es muy parecido a otro libro de la autora, me encantan los griegos y como Graham escribe.
Paula Legate
I really enjoyed this book. If I could vote for best Hero, and Heroine of any book that I have read, it would be Ash, and Tabby of this story. The two were wonderful. The banter between the two was very entertaining. Ash was a rich Billionaire. He was use to having staff do exactly what he said to do. He was thrown for a loop when he met Tabby. She was the first person that spoke her mind, and stood up to him.

Tabby need his help to adopt her best friend's daughter. Baby Amber stole my heart in
ARC provided by Harlequin via NetGalley

First of all I hate the cover of this book, I have to start by saying I think that's what kept me from reading it for such a long time. I expected it to be cheesy but boy was the book nothing like the cover. I have to say that I liked that Acheron wasn't a complete asshole, who found love and made a 360-degree change. He was mean, but caring that was always true. When he heard the full story about the child which he'd been made guardian of having never m
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Who doesn’t know Lynne Graham? I always love this prolific author and her billionaires (please note it’s our webzine’s file of the month).

The Dimitrakos proposition tells the story of Tabby Barnes and Acheron Dimitrakos. They both are godparents of a little Amber but much as the first takes her responsibilities to heart, the second, a real Lynne’s hero, doesn’t care. A good scandal by Tabby, as well as a
Katarina (D-Bags! Griffin and Kellan <3 ) Silva
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The Dimitrakos Proposition is one of those book that you can't close until it's completely done and even after that it will leave you with a smile on your face for the rest of the day... It's just sweet as hell with a hard edge (car chases, creepy threats in mirrors and a stalker) to it that will make you smitten to the story. Lynne Graham did a wonderful job!!


For a story that started out so bitter with everyone (Acheron) being a complete ASSHOLE i was not expecting it to end so
ashley brickey

I love this author and this story was great so was this storyline. lynne graham always writes a great book
Shannon L. Gonzalez
The Dimitrakos Proposition
Lynne Graham
All for the love of a child!

Greek Billionaire Acheron Dimitrakos was too busy to notice when his cousin named him guardian of baby girl Amber or to care when that baby became an orphan. When Tabby Glover, best friend of Amber’s mother, confronts him for his help the conflict begins. Tabby was there when Amber’s father died and when Amber was born and again when the mother died. Tabby became Amber’s caretaker and loved her as her own child. However, Tabby is
3.5 stars
Definitely one of her better recent books. Loved the heroine. Not the usual doormat. One ticky complaint. Heroes name was very distracting. There is only one Acheron...
Trudy Miner
Little Amber is an orphan being raised by Tabby Glover. Acheron Dimitrakos is the child's other co-guardian and cousin to her father but he doesn't want anything to do with the responsibility. Tabby is forced to track him down at his office to vouch for her or the state will put Amber in foster care! Acheron's father's will demands that he marries within a year or lose 50% of his company so he tells Tabby that he'll take charge of Amber's care, if she marries him, strictly platonic of course. Ta ...more
If you’re in the mood for juicy melodrama, The Dimatrakos Proposition won’t disappoint.

Acheron and Tabby agree to platonically wed so he’ll inherit the family business and she can adopt a friend’s daughter. Obviously, being a romance, things do not stay platonic.

Tabby’s a virgin, but not of the stereotypical meek, mild variety, she’s every bit as volcanic as alpha guy Acheron, they both speak in a very exclamatory fashion, which ordinarily isn’t my thing, though it works with the heightened atmo
I received a copy of The Dimitrakos Proposition from Netgally, an awesome website if there ever was one. It is the story of Tabby Glover who has taken over raising her best friend's daughter after her best friend dies from a stroke. They had been friends since they were young and in foster care together. The baby's father was also deceased and Ash, our intrepid hero who does not want anything to do with children, was made her co-guardian by the baby's father who was the son of someone that was c ...more

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I have a lot of respect for Tabby because she is willing to take care of a kid who is not even her own. The child have no blood relation to her yet she is willing to do anything to get custody of Amber even if that means she have to marry a stranger.

Amber is the child of her best friend who die not long after giving birth. Amber's father also die unexpectedly so Tabby is the only person left to care for Amber. In order for Tabby to get custody of Amber, she have to prove
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* I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.*

This book for me was typical and followed the usual formula of this genre. It was highly predictable, in fact I'm pretty sure I've read almost the same story line before, but entertaining none the less. It is a case of two people who can barely stand each other being thrown together and fighting a mutual attraction. Both Tabby and Acheron are like
Kate McMurry
Classic Lynne Graham!

Acheron (Ash) Dimitrakos is a gorgeous, thirty-year-old Greek billionaire. He founded a global corporation called DT Industries, but his recently deceased father owned half of the company. In his will, Ash's father states that if Ash does not marry within a year, his father's share of the corporation will go to Ash's stepmother and her children, all of whom Ash despises and avoids. Ash knows he could snap his fingers and have his pick among unlimited numbers of desirable wom
Hsiau Wei
It is a marriage of convenience for both Tabby and Acheson. Tabby wanted Ash to let her have the full custody of Amber but instead, he make a marriage of proposition to her. Ash needed to marry soonest possible to secure his inheritance despite the fact that he is the one who is running the business. But, his deceased father in his will stated that he have to get marry to secure his portion of the company share. Tabby is an outspoken from the beginning of the story and being someone who never be ...more
Melissa Matthews
I received this book through the First Reads giveaways.

I haven't read a Harlequin romance for a long time, but the general premise is still the same as always. Super rich man mets poor but stunningly beautiful girl (still a virgin at 24!) arguments and sex follow and just in time for the end everyone professes their love and we all live happily ever after. Sound cynical don't I? Nevertheless it is still a good light quick read. I did expect a sudden reappearance by Tabby's parents which didn't
This book from Lynne Graham was a quick light easy read. As romances go, it was a fine one, with a very typical premise. The story was well plotted, the characters well drawn, the settings beautiful and detailed, and the pacing even. I think I just wanted something to be less than typical, so it was just an average read for me. If Greek Tycoon and innocent beauties are your trope, you will be quite satisfied.
*I received my copy from in exchange for an honest review.
Simpatico ma la trama è un po' scontata, matrimonio di convenienza che sboccia in amore e un sacco di figli... mi ha lasciato apatica alla fine, del tipo, tutto qui?
Ma è una lettura scorrevole per chi vuole perdere un po' di tempo.
Si ringrazia NetGalley per la gentile preview.
Voto: 3 stelle

This book was provided by NetGalley for an honest review.
Nice but a little boring, a classic arranged marriage that became one of love and with a lot of kids... I was a little apathetic during the reading.
Gina Mackin
Great book

This couple was definitely made for each other. They saved each other but I still think that you wait to long for them to tell each other their in love. All your books are great but you wait until the very end for them to finally admit that they love each other. That would be the only thing I would change. Congrats on another great book. Gina
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Lynne Graham was born on July 30, 1956 of Irish-Scottish parentage. She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life. She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother. She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven't stopped since then.

Lynne first met her husband when she was 1
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