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Pregnant by the Greek Tycoon

3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  875 ratings  ·  36 reviews
After a whirlwind marriage to Greek billionaire Angolos Constantine, Georgie was pregnant--and was sure Angolos would be delighted. Instead, he told her to "go away and never come back." So that was exactly what she did. Angolos has never seen his son--until now!

In fact, Angolos Constantine didn't think he could have children, and now he's not prepared to let this miracle
ebook, Harlequin Presents #2480, 192 pages
Published April 2010 by Harlequin Books (first published March 2005)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
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This is one of the better HPs I have read. Angolos Constantine has had cancer and thinks he cannot father a child so when his wife turns up pregnant he assumes she had cheated on him and kicks her out. The story starts about 4 years later when the boy is 3. Angolos' friend sees the boy and says he's got to be yours since he looks just like you. Whan Angolos realizes how wrong he was he tries everything he knows to regain his wife. But here's the difference, he doesn't do it in a totally arrogant ...more
I give this book four stars for the beginning.

The heroine is confronted by the hero after 4 years and going through her pregnancy alone because NOW he wants to be with his kid and get her back.

Despite the fact that her raging hormones are telling her to sex him up, she remains firm and gives him set down after set down.

Georgie basically told the hero off in so many ways I was surprised. I mean, for what he did, it could always be more, but it was still 10,000 times more than any other heroine h
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Jemma Gutierrez
1. Why can't harlequin heroines seem to get mad without being aroused by the mere presence of our hero?
Why can't you get mad like a normal person does? Wanting to wring his neck and not getting him naked? It's kinda annoying
Akanksha❤ Søren♰
The female lead deserved a slap.
The heroine Georgie is shocked when the husband she hasn't seen in four years - ever since he kicked her out of his life - turns up demanding to see his son. The hero Angolos has spent five years believing that Georgie had betrayed him and that her son was not his. Now he has been confronted with the truth that not only did he abandon Georgie but also his precious son. Georgie initially thinks that Angolos is there to get a divorce, and although this brings her hurt she is only too happy to agre ...more
Karen Wilson
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There were things I liked, the way heroine stood up to hero in the beginning was great, also her condition of not living with his family again was impressive, but then it all fell apart for me....I agree with reviews that say conversations stop making sense and that heroine put her libido above her son. I don't see how based on his non-explanation, she could put her son at risk by agreeing to go to Greece with Angolos. After he essentially handed her divorce papers and then ripped them up, so we ...more
This had some enjoyable elements and kept me interested. However, I never could fully buy into the reasons the hero ditched the heroine 4 years earlier. Especially based on his flimsy "evidence" against her as a cheater. Also, he was told his cancer treatment would likely make him sterile. He'd never had the testing to prove it one way or the other. So, it was all so unbelievable that he just threw her out without even demanding a DNA test. He would have served her with divorce papers too if he ...more
Why this HP didnt work for me: (didn't like the heroine - or her as a mother)

It seemed like it took the hero less than a day to win her over (even though she pretends it isnt so) after all he had done to her (dumped her when she's preg with his child/seen by many other women in the past). And although what the hero was saying to the heroine made a lot of sense (he wanted to be in his son's life - about damn time), heroine's inner dialog made it seem as if all she cared about was her feelings and
Nancy Crocker
Talk about LACK of communication, this book was loaded with it. The Hero Angolos Constantine had suffered with cancer and had Chemotherapy to treat his cancer and thought it had left him sterile. So when wife turns up pregnant he throws her out, believing that she cheated on him and was carrying another mans baby. Angolos had never told the Heroine Georgette that he had cancer. He met her the day he was told he had beat cancer and was starting to LIVE a full life.

Flash forward almost 4 years lat
i was absolutely disgusted by georgette! she was pathetic! no better than a lap dog, really! after being so horribly treated by angolos, she was mad for him!? to the point dat she cud forsake her dad and her family!? who supported her when she was abandoned, pregnant and poor!? however, i still rated the book a 3 star and i think it's worth more because the author made such a great job! she actually made it all seem logical! angolos did love his wife but he was insecure because she was young and ...more
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it was... okay??!!
i dont know how i feel about this book... i loved the concept but i hated the writing style. it was infuriating to say the least... it randomly jumped time from past to present. i seriously liked the heroine- in the beginning. later she seemed to loose her character that appealed to me so much. it was as if reading about someone in a newspaper-impersonal! ok so its really late and i might not be coherent enough to making sense but point being it could have been better.
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Amanda Sheila
I have read some of Harlequin books with this kid of plot; misunderstanding, secret baby and Hero being a jerk. Couldn't get enough of 'em!

This book is pretty much good. I enjoyed the style of writing, dramatic yet not too much. But the reason why I only give this book three stars is I have read a book with plot exactly like this few weeks ago and reading it again now definitely not interesting. Sure it's full of drama, but I was expecting more.

Overall I enjoyed it.
What's the old adage "Marry in haste, repent in leisure". Well Angolos and Georgie met and married rather quickly and six months later their marriage was over when Angolos, unable to have children, learns that his wife is pregnant,

Four years later, Angolos runs into a friend who informs that he may have made a mistake where the pregnancy is concerned. Angolos returns to Georgie's life and learns that he is a father and his estranged wife wants to kick his butt.

The level of mistrust and miscommu
A heartwarming tale of love at first sight and not believing in that love leads to years of loneliness only to be united again by love of a child. A great book on second chances. I enjoyed how the heroine matured & stood up for herself the second time around, added a bit of feistiness to the tale.
I would like to deal with life as the heroine did in this book. It was worth reading it.

No blurb for books so here it is:

After a whirlwind marriage to Greek billionaire Angolos Constantine, Georgie was pregnant--and was sure Angolos would be delighted. Instead, he told her to "go away and never come back." So that was exactly what she did. Angolos has never seen his son--until now!

In fact, Angolos Constantine didn't think he could have children, and now he's not prepared to let this miracle go.
Kaycee Sapinoso
I'm not usually a fan of stories where the hero abandoned/kicked out his pregnant wife or think that he's not the baby's father. So I wasn't really expecting to like it. But I did. A lot. There is so much emotion weaved throughout this book that made me read it in just one sitting! I won't go into so much details but I can honestly say that I adored Georgie and Angolos.

Georgie was such a strong heroine. She's a real trooper. She made a life for her and for her son. I admired her capacity to forg
It was a very good book. I loved it a lot. There was some parts that I felt were a little bit rushed, and the dialogue sometimes just flew over my head, but I loved the plot and the ending was beautiful.
The hero thinking he could not have children due to the chemo he received when he had cancer was shocked when his young wife, the heroine, told him she was pregnant. Thinking she had been unfaithful he threw her out. Now four years have past and he has now just seen the heroines child who is indeed his son. Now pale with grief and ashamed of himself, he will strive to get her and his son back.

‘I will make it up to you. If it takes me the rest of my life I’ll make it up to you,’ he vowed, grinding one clenched fist into the other.

Oh my! Kim Lawrence's heroes have a way with words! I melt every single time I read a book of hers!
Lenore Kosinski
Typical Presents, but the angst wasn't drawn out too long and didn't detract from liking Angolos and Georgie...
nice story... but i think the heroine is too forgiving and the hero is too arrogant... a real bastard...
Cancer dude, baby he disowned, reconciled, "gay lover"
Brittney Bower
i just going to say that this one was memorable.
Laura S.
Got a bit confusing when the past was intertwining with the present ... And only 3 stars because all the major problems in their relationship were just simply skimmed over like nothing. While I like a good level of attraction between characters, it was really annoying how once every two - three phrases, that had to be mentioned in one way or another.
Lisa stephenson
Great little romantic book.
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