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The Konstantos Marriage Demand (Presents Extra)

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Sadie Carteret and Nikos Konstantos were once blissfully in love. They planned the wedding of the year, and hoped that their union would create a powerful dynasty.But business and pleasure should never be mixed. Nikos was accused of scheming for Sadie's money and title and was systematically destroyed by her family. The wedding was canceled, the relationship in tatters.

Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 16th 2010 by Harlequin (first published November 1st 2009)
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Jun 21, 2012 Heather rated it did not like it
Wow the characters and story was flat, boring and just annoying. 90% of the book was the same thing - two main character just said the same things over and over again just in different locations.

Mills and Boon books are meant to give romance and passion but this one put me to sleep.
Nas Dean
Mar 15, 2011 Nas Dean rated it it was amazing
Sadie Carteret is on a mission to protect her mother and little brother by begging, the man she left standing at the altar five years earlier. He has obtained his revenge of her family for the way he was treated and now owns all of the Cateret's holdings which include the family mansion. Sadie's mother is very fragile and so she's determined to approach her ex-fiancé and beg if need be to allow them to stay in their home. What she's met with when she finally meets up with Nikos Konstantos is a m ...more
Putri Septiana
Sadie Carteret seek help from Nikos Konstantos, to save his agoraphobic mother and little brother from a homeless future. To get a revenge on her for her betrayal five years ago, Nikos agreed, but in exchange she have to come to Greek to plan his wedding. That’s just an excuse so that he could seduce Sadie and to bed her. This story is pretty boring, with too much description and too few conversation. Well, if you prefer a book full with naration, then this book wouldn’t be a problem for you. Th ...more

The chemistry between the characters, the conflict, and the overall story was fine.... but way too much internal dialogue on the heroine's side. I found myself bored and just skimming, then having to go back to pick up the thread of conversation.
Talli Roland
Jul 31, 2010 Talli Roland rated it it was amazing
I don't think I've ever read a Mills & Boon book; growing up in Canada, I didn't even know what Mills & Boon was until after a few months in the UK. I have read some Harlequins ages ago, but I was curious to refresh my memory and even more curious when I realised Kate Walker, who ran a very useful workshop on conflict at a recent conference I attended, was the author.

I wasn't sure what to expect, but I have to say the book exceeded what expectations I did have. The writing was emotive y
I found this book somewhat brutal in the way the two main characters treated each other, but it all worked out well in the end. Lots of twists in the plot in this one ! !
Nov 03, 2011 Roshio rated it did not like it
Shelves: romance
two dimensional characters mixed in with a boring predictable plot. and some random sex scenes thrown in. blah.
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I was born in Nottinghamshire, England, but I didn't live there for very long. The family moved to West Yorkshire when I was just eighteen months old and so I have always regarded Yorkshire as my home. I grew up there as the middle child in a family of five—all girls—in a home where books were vitally important and I read anything I could get my hands on.

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