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Greek Tycoon, Inexperienced Mistress (Pregnant Brides, #3) (Pregnant Brides #3)

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Lindy was amazed when shipping tycoon Atreus Drakos made her his mistress. Her--with her fuller figure and lowly lifestyle making candles and potpourri However, Atreus seemed enchanted by her curves when he made passionate love to her at his country retreat.
But Lindy came down to earth with two bumps, first when Atreus revealed she was just his weekend mistress; his bride
ebook, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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I want to stab this book with knives! Then I want to rip out the last 50 pages and burn them and when they are nothing but ash, stomp them into oozing black mud.

There are going to be spoilers and I'm not going to black them out so don't come crying to me if you read further.

I was really liking this book. It wasn't one of those where they've already broken up and the author goes back to tell their story or tells of them getting back together. It starts at the beginning of their relationship and t
Aug 11, 2010 Cordelia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am giving this book five stars just for entertaining the hell out of me. First of all, the name of the hero on the back of the book is not the name of the hero inside the book! Good job, Harlequin blurb-writers!

Every one of the following sentences end with an unspoken "No, REALLY."

So, the heroine, Fatty McWhiner leaves her awesome London job and flat when her mother dies, and starts selling potpourri in a cabin in the woods and crying over dying kittens or something. One day, she decides to li
This first half of this was -- well, let's just say not the best writing in the world, but an interesting enough story that I was willing to go with it. Then somewhere along the line we lost all input from the hero -- no POV, no indication of any kind of feeling towards the heroine whatsoever -- and the book became about as romantic as a root canal. Note to romance authors: Those long drawn-out confession of love at the end are pretty much worthless without any supporting evidence.
Ugh! This book was one of the worst books I've ever read! It was not fun to read! The hero did NOT love the heroine, I don't care what he said in the end. I don't believe him! After all he did and said to the heroine words alone didn't cut it! The author did not make him show his love for the heroine through out the whole book, but instead told her that he would never want a baby with her and he would never marry her because when he was ready to get married, he would find someone else to marry! ...more
Mar 01, 2012 Leona rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: hqn-presents
This had such great potential.......and then fell flat on its face. Which can happen in a Lynne Graham novel.. I really have to stop reading her.
She just makes her Heros so disgustingly mean, self-centered and callous that it is hard to believe that there is any reason to love them. Of course her heroines do, because they have no backbone. Therefore when you get to the last page, you feel cheated. I especially did with this book, because the first half was so well done. They meet, and we have th
I enjoyed it. It was one of my favorite themes: the h who doesn't quite accept that she's a mistress and not a girlfriend, until bluntly told otherwise by the H.

Atreus was a serious POS when Lindy started wanting to know where the relationship was headed. (Lindy - such a typical LG heroine name, they almost all seem to end in 'y' or 'ie').

If you get a sort of sick enjoyment out of seeing the hero dig his hole deeper and deeper and watching the h walk out to the astonishment of his continent-si
Mar 22, 2013 Jenny rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The heroine Lindy has been in love with her best friend her whole life but he never saw her as sexy or attractive. As a result she has self esteem issues and when a rich handsome playboy shows interest in her she falls for his charms instantly. They hook up every weekend and 18 months later Lindy considers their relationship serious but Arteus informs her that he plans to marry and have children with a woman from his social circles. They break up, Lindy finds out she is pregnant and keeps her pr ...more
Jun 17, 2013 Tia rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
The hero was an asshole. He deserved to be shot, tarred and feathered. I couldn't believe his rudeness and arrogance, then at the end of the novel, he is all about the love. Gag me please!
This was an entertaining read, but nothing all that spectacular. Lindy is a "curvy" virgin. Atreus is a Greek tycoon (do those even exist at the moment? Greece's economy does not seem to lend itself to having tycoons, even in 2010, when this was first published). The two start having sex and basically continue doing so for 18 months. When Lindy asks Atreus the inevitable "Where is this 18 month relationship heading?" question, he pretty much tells her that she's good enough to screw, but he need ...more
Jan 22, 2015 Pea rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed
Overall, not a bad read, even though the sex scenes weren't exactly steamy and at times it felt stiff like the H.
Atreus has become jaded (view spoiler) Because of this and (view spoiler), he decided to married a woman with money and social standings like his, mostly stick-thin blondes. Despite this
Mar 06, 2011 Mspink rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I don't know why I do this to myself...seriously. I have this secret obsession with Harlequin stories....I have no idea why. Its always the same formula. Guy treats girl like she's beneath him after they go to bed, finds out she's pregnant, does her the great honor of marrying her, she gives in to his every whim, has no will power where he's concerned, lots of misunderstandings and no communication, he finally realizes he loves her and makes it all better and she falls in to his arms.... But dar ...more
رومولا الن
قرأتها مترجمه من منتدى روايتي بعنوان (واقعه تحت سحره)
Paula Legate
The passion and chemistry between Atreus, and Lindy was sizzling hot. Even when Lindy was mad at Atreus, she could not pull away from him. I do wish the two would have talked through their fears, and insecurity’s sooner. They can’t expect the other to read minds. I was impressed on the other hand how patient Atreus was with Lindy. He was not a jerk. Over all this was a good story.
This story pretty much defies description, so I'm not even going to try. Suffice to say that I have never read an older HP that is such a short bus candidate like this one. Any newer HPs I have are way low on the TBR from here on out, because this type of lulz is too painful. It's not even fun self-torture. Just plain torture.
I just never liked either of them. He was overly cruel. He never redeemed himself. She never resonated with me, I didn't care about her or him. It could have so good, disappointed it didnt live up to my expectations.
Atrocious, I mean, Atreus was too cruel for my tastes while Lindy accepted his behavior like the doormat she was. Lindy kept excusing Atreus's behavior for the 1.5 years they were together and was even in denial that she was his secret mistress. But most hurtful was the fact that Atreus didn't intend to marry Lindy or want a child with her: she wasn't rich and didn't come from the right social background. That was Atreus's reasoning to himself. He wanted to avoid gold diggers who might use a fal ...more
Mar 21, 2012 İlkim rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: e-book, harlequin
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Apr 14, 2013 Barb rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Lindy is just coming off a one sided relationship with her good friend Ben. So her confidence is low, and her embarrassment is high when she first meets Atreus Drakos, while skinny dipping on HIS property. Lindy with her fuller figure and her career of making candles and potpourri wants only to avoid Atreus. Why would a shipping tycoon want her, when he could have his pick of women that he is photoed with every day of the week. Atreus makes her his mistress anyway. Well into this afair, she real ...more
Rebecca Campeau

I have been on a kick lately with these kinds of books. It's become quite an addiction. This was different than most of the other books because the perspectives weren't equally divided. You saw more of Lindy in this book than Atreus, so it was more suspenseful and left you begging for more or what was going to happen. It was anticoated and the plot was unique and different the pregnancy ones from this book genre. It was a whole different plot and the stories on the side were also interesti
Feb 19, 2014 Ria rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: pregnant
Sorry.... But this just plain...... Annoying............ I mean..... Gahhhhd! I love LG but why like this? I am so frustrated with the story i gotta write a review. The hero is a total a** and.... Im sorry i cant write anymore... Grrrrrr
Gina Mackin
Mar 18, 2015 Gina Mackin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good book

It just took so long to get them back on track with all the assumptions. I like when the book is more straightforward. Congratulations anyway. Gina
Tonya Warner
Aug 20, 2011 Tonya Warner rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very fast paced. Lindy Ryman goes against her natuaral instincts and becomes involved with Arteus Drakos. Arteus in a wealthy playboy, who has never spent time with any woman, but sets out to spend almost every weekend with Lindy. He knows she is just ...a mistress, and that he will marry someone from his own background and wealth. Lindy had assumed they were closer than that, and finding out the truth almost destroys her. Finding out she is pregnant with his child, she struggles to make the mos ...more
I want to live vicariously through the books I read. Indeed it is vicarious when heroes can be this chauvinistic! Ugh.
Betzacosta Fiction
me gusto mucho esta historia, como ella fue fuerte y él tuvo que luchar para su perdón
Samar Estwacol
مترجمة بعنوان واقعه تحت سحره تفاصيل كتيرة شويه بس في المجمل حلوة تشد للاخر
Jun 04, 2015 Su rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Do the entire population of Greece have a billion dollars?
Bernie Morris
Nicely written erotica but did not like the male protagonist
Aug 29, 2014 Sheng rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Fre06 Begum
May 26, 2014 Fre06 Begum rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Awful main leads!
Sep 15, 2014 Fanny rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
En realidad 2.5 Estrellas!
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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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