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The Greek Tycoon's Baby Bargain (Greek Billionaire's Brides #1)

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  503 ratings  ·  25 reviews
Bought for her babies!

Alexandros Pavlidis always ended his affairs before he got bored. So he never expected to see his London mistress, Rebecca Gibbs, again--until she showed up with shocking news: she was pregnant with his twins! Xandros was intrigued when Rebecca didn't touch a penny of the substantial payoff he gave her. And when the babies were born, everything change
ebook, 192 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Harlequin Presents (first published March 7th 2008)
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This one had all the elements of being a great story, but I just couldn't understand how the heroine could love such an unworthy jerk. For the hero, it was all about him and accommodating him. And I do mean accommodating him. His sexual overtures were always demeaning and his every action was focused on keeping her subservient. He dumps her not because he tires of her, but because he really wants to prove his power. The scene where she tells him she is pregnant, is a difficult scene. My heart br ...more
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I liked the heroine and the fact that she stood up for herself, and truly put her children first. Also, refreshing to see that she told the father about his children rather than keep her pregnancy from him, rather than the secret baby trope. Very hard to like the hero though. Although I do believe that he fell for her in the end, through seeing what a devoted mother she was, he was a jerk for most of the book and it was very hard to like him...when he discovers she's pregnant, he laments having ...more
Pleasant way to pass the time if you like HPs -- would have been 3 stars, but the ending was abrupt and unsatisfying.
Loved it! This story had more than a few tug-at-your-heartstrings moments a brooding hero and a heroine I adored. Rebecca was sweet and vulnerable and the perfect mother. A heroine with a heart of gold.

But she was not very strong when it came to Alexandros. She had no defences against his charm and sex appeal. I mean he left her alone and pregnant even though he knew she was carrying not one but two babies and she still found it in her heart to forgive him. I wanted him to grovel more!

Still I
3.5 stars. Okay so this wasn't the best book I ever read, and I would have loved to see a little more character development, but I cannot deny that I enjoyed reading this book. That is a huge statement coming from me since I don't usually read contemporary romance. I just loved the fact that the hero in this book was no nonsense and it took him time to fall in love with the heroine. He didn't lie about his feelings for the her and he made no excuses for who he was and he never lead the heroine o ...more
I thought this story was a pleasant read. It didn't have me at the edge of my seat but it was okay, I enjoyed it. Well, most of it. I'd give it a 3.6. If there was a 3.6 to give on here.

I liked the heroine. I felt that she could've been a little stronger, emotionally. The only thing that bothered me was, why would she accept him so easily back into her & "her" children's life? Yes I wrote it, "her", not "theirs". He wanted no part in their lives, just giving her money & wanting a progre
Melissa Maxwell
I loved the story from beginning to end. Xandros is the love 'em leave 'em type but with Rebecca he has stayed longer than expected because he can't get her out of his system. Rebecca loves Xandros but when she tries to bring their relationship to the next level Xandros leaves. She finds out she is pregnant and tells him. He sends her money to in a sense pay her off but she never touches the money. He just asked jer to keep him up to date on the twins. She sends him sonogram pics and texted him ...more
Melanie Malkoun
I really enjoyed this book. The blurb was a bit misleading. Xandros was not the one to end the affair. It was Rebecca. And power to women... I did not dislike the hero at all. When Rebecca ended the affair, she was quite justified in her actions. Xander was struggling with her decision to end the affair, because he was always the one that ended the affairs with his mistresses. Not the other way around.

When Rebecca found out she was pregnant, she flew to New York to personally tell him. His react
The hero is simply awful. What in the hell was she thinking staying with a guy like that? He's rude, always late, condescending, verbally abusive, inconsiderate so, gee whiz of course I am in love with him.

He doesn't get better when she finds out she's pregnant. In a sick way, I can comprehend his treatment of her. If she can't ask for or expect some respect and take anything he'll dish out, then these kind of arrogant asshats probably think the h's deserve it. I am, of course, analyzing this i
H is a typical alpha greek tycoon. He never stays in relationships long, has very cynical attitude towards women and his only interest in women seems to be sexual. The h resists the H's pursuit, which only makes him more determined. However as soon as she gives in he begins to lose interest. He demands that he calls all the shots but as soon as women begin to give in to his demands in order to keep him he loses respect. The h tells him to leave before he can dump her as he intends to do. This ir ...more
En esta historia de la escritora Sharon Kendrick tenemos a un Xandros (griego como el titulo lo dice,otra de mis debilidades) El es gemelo idéntico que aunque en el principio no sale en la historia,me imagino que continuara ya que este libro es el primero de la Serie Magnates griegos.El por una razón en especifico se aleja de su gemelo,se convierte en arquitecto y vive entre muchos sitios en Nueva York,en Londres conoce a Rebecca una azafata de una compañía privada que utiliza Xandros para trans ...more
Jeanida Luckie-weatherall
I really really like it!. I was surprised that this book got some bad reviews I don't know what they were reading cause I really enjoyed reading this one.An emotional rollercoaster and I couldn't stop reading until the end. Page-tuner for real. Recommend this book.
I have this story so many times. The way the heroine starts standing up for herself and her babies when she realises that she is pregnant and absolutely refuses to allow Alexandros to ride roughshod over her. Love it.
Wasn't the best novel ever written about Greek men and their pregnant mistresses but it was definitely interesting and more so the first I've seen written that had living twins in it. I thought the hero needed a swift kick n the nuts and the heroine needed to be stronger, especially emotionally. The hero pushes her into situations and practically mows her over, yet she takes him back. Sounds silly and lacking to me.
So great to get books from the library at 1 a.m. This is a good middle of the road Harlequin. Sometimes you just need that quick candy bar read. You know what you're going to get and if the writing is well done you're satisfied. This one was a bit different in how the hero reacted to the heroine's pregnancy. Nice satisfying ordinary read.
It wasn't the best book I've read nor the worst. It's a pleasant read but all through the book I've felt like there's some important element missing... like when the hero comes back and the heroine accepts him with not so many half hearted objections. although the story is practical it is not so good in emotional stakes...
Cady Lorenzana
Ah, I love this book to the point I didn't notice HIM's chat on my notification because I got engrossed in reading. I love the ending, I love Xandros even if at first, I feel like he is a jerk. One of my SK's fave book ...more
nothing interesting in the book.
Alexis-Morgan Roark
Quick read for when it's the last book on the shelf and you need an HP fix. Otherwise, I wouldn't go out of my way to read it.
I really try to like this book but I just didn't find the spark between Xandro and Rebecca.
The hero was a bit of a jerk, but I felt he came around in the end. He really lover the heroine.
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I was told off as a child for making up stories—little did I know that one day I’d earn my living by writing them!

To the horror of my parents, I left school at sixteen and held a bewildering variety of jobs: I was a London DJ (in the now-trendy Primrose Hill), a decorator and a singer. After that I became a cook, a photographer and, eventually, a nurse. I waitressed in the south of France, drove a
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