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What the Greek's Wife Needs by Dani Collins
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it was amazing
bookshelves: my-favourite-hp

What a delightful story from Dani Collins! This book was exactly what I needed after a few months of very mediocre HP releases. The MCs were flawed and yet so likeable. The dialogue was really great with some amusing one liners, which you don't find in HP books. Add to that an adorable baby, an enchanted hero and a touching epilogue, making it a really wonderful read. Well deserved 5 stars.
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Reading Progress

December 15, 2020 – Started Reading
December 15, 2020 – Shelved
December 16, 2020 – Finished Reading
December 17, 2020 – Shelved as: my-favourite-hp

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Jodi Virea I totally agree! I read a lot of HP books, and I have to say this one was exceptional. The story was very realistic, people don’t always make the right decisions. The H didn’t come back to his wife because he wasn’t thinking about her, he had bigger issues in his life, his parents issues. He appeared to recognized his previlage he had as a wealthy young man with lines like “He bought his first sailboat with his allowance he had saved, “He knew how spoon-fed that sounded” My favorite and funniest line “Your Victorian Aunt called. She wants her delicate sensibilities back”. I just think this book had gems. I think that this book being written during the pandemic is one of the reasons I feel that the author wrote with such realism. I think these books take the reader away into a fantasy but unrealistic life, but there should be some today’s real world issues. Foreign adoption, this book made me take a different look at this issue and the reason some people might find themselves in a foreign adoption. This might not be what some readers are looking for in their HP, but I was pleasantly surprised; because I didn’t realized I was looking for this, until I read this book. Dani, keep up the good work.
Excellent job!


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