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The Greek Tycoon's Convenient Bride (Greek Tycoons)

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  61 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Rhiannon Davies's plan was to reunite her late friend's baby with the infant's Greek father, then return home...alone. Instead Lukas whisks them away to his private island! Soon Rhiannon falls under the spell of the sun, sea--and the ruthless tycoon himself. Caught up in a wave of desire for the devastatingly handsome Lukas, she finds herself agreeing to marriage--with a m ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #2722, 192 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Harlequin
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This is a nice angsty read, with a hero and heroine who both have abandonment issues. He's taken refuge in cold duty, responsible for cleaning up his wayward family's messes. She's looking for love and belonging, for little Annabel and ultimately for herself.

This is one of the better HP's I think. The hero is alpha but he's not needlessly cruel or jerk-y. I liked that he's been celibate for 2 years, instead of being the usual stud cliche, which is how he knows he's not a dad. The heroine could
An intense read that had me up all night. Both, Lukas and Rhiannon carry scars inflicted from those that should have loved them the most. It was touching to see the love of a baby connect two people that had built so many barricades around their hearts.

However, I had a few regrets to the story, and thus it lost a star.

1) I liked how the author wove the culture into the theme and for the most part, she did a terrific job. But she made one mistake, that really bothered me. I know these are only
Jennie -  Webbweaver Reviews
Well, I enjoyed this story about two people who've been so hurt as children and now must choose between living in the past or letting it go and trusting in themselves to make their lives what they want.
The author has written with a real understanding of human emotions and how children are affected by their parents' decisions. I had a lot of trouble with how the hero, Lukas, viewed physical love and love in general , but understood why.
The heroine, Rhiannon, is brave. Willing to be vulnerable,
Kate is another new author for me and an exceptional one at that with this almost "Greek Tragedy"! At times, this was painful to read as Lukas struggled with his emotions and refused to love! He is a magnificent Greek alpha, shoulders his entire family's problems and always rises to the cause and takes responsibility for their misconduct.

The first few chapters are intense due to the fact that both characters, Lukas and Rhiannon are immediately drawn to each other. The air sizzles and crackles b
Lady Raven RAVE!
I dont think it was a bad read, it was a good read. The ending was a pretty good ending. just didnt like that it took one page which is the last page for him to say love you but still a good read. give it a try.
The heroine of this story irritated the crap out of me and the plot was just plain silly.
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