Married by Arrangement – Pernikahan Pura-Pura has ratings and 34 reviews. Debbie said: They met at her sisters and his brothers wedding and he liked. Lynne Graham lives in Northern Ireland and has been a keen romance reader Happily married, Lynne has five children. cover image of Al cuidado del amor. Al cuidado del amor. Lynne Graham El aristócrata Antonio Rocha veía a Sophie Cunningham como una simple fulana: llevaba un tatuaje y tenía a su sobrina.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return culdado Book Page. Strangers don’t get married. Instead it’s stranger Grace Donovan’s impeccable beauty that fires his blood.
So he decides to pursue one last night of freedom… But that night and the two little blue lines on the pregnancy test that follow blow Leo’s plans lyynne “Don’t be silly, Leo. So he decides to pursue one last night of freedom… But that night and the two little blue lines on the pregnancy test that follow blow Leo’s plans apart.
She might resist marrying a man she barely knows, but Leo will claim his legacy and has all the riches and influence he needs to ensure his demands are met! Mass Market Paperbackpages. Published July 21st by Harlequin first published July 9th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I read a book in which the girl’s father blackmailed the greek tycoon to marry his daughter. Cuidaddo with This Book. When she meets the suave H who is so stuck in Harlequinny 80s hero-mode, it dfl almost like a time travel novel.
The Greek Demands His Heir
He is all like “blah blah blah I am pepe le piewwwwww and you are my gorgeous, burning passion” and she is all like “I wonder if this experiment will disprove my theory on female phe The beginning of Lynne Graham’s The Greek Demands His Heir was as hilarious as its title.
He is all like “blah blah blah I am pepe le piewwwwww and you are my gorgeous, burning passion” and she is all like “I wonder if this experiment will disprove my theory on female pheromones and how will it compare to statistics on female sexual response, hmmmm? The ending and especially the epilogue was all sugar coated rainbows and unicorns and was really dragging on. That is just my personal preference and I am sure most readers who are not as cynical and easily amused as me will absolutely love it.
View all 8 comments. Lynne Graham is an automatic buy for me…I have read dozens of her books which I have really liked…. I suppose one could say that this story is about Cinderella meeting her Prince Charming…a trope that I normally like…except that this Cinderella as something more like… Grace Donovan aka Cinderella has always been the outsider with her family that took her in when her mother died.
Forced to join her awful cousin on a Greek island holiday, she of course finds herself on a super yacht, with a super gorgeous billionaire who is having his last night of sex flings before he marries his best friend!!!
She is after all 25 years old!!!! And why not with a rich tycoon!!!! So, off she goes back home after a night of sex…. Leo, give this woman a huge miss……. In fact, Marina was the only secondary character I liked…. Leo was a bit better than Grace but I just wished he had a bit more sense.
Not one of my favorites by this author and certainly not a keeper!!! Jul 27, boogenhagen rated it really liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked this one a lot. For once an h who was willing to make a different choice than insta marriage and parenthood. I thought adoption was a very valid consideration, given her circumstances.
LG went above par with this lady and I was pretty happy that the h was assertive, but within HPlandia h diameters. I thought the h was too nice to her aunt, but that is an LG idiosyncrasy I just put up with.
I loved, loved, loved how she told the H he was a cheating rat bastard even though she was sorta wr I liked this one a lot.
I loved, loved, loved how she told the H he was a cheating rat bastard even though she was sorta wrong and was not all over marrying him even though she sorta liked him. I loved how she laid it all out for the H when she thought she miscarried, for once an LG h says exactly everything that should be said in a situation like that.
I liked how the H had to keep checking himself to not do stupid things around the h and had to apologize about his actions, repeatedly. I like how the H finally figured out he was and idiot and I like how he tried hard to get back in with the h.
I did not like the ex-fiancee, no matter how helpful, cause srsly what kind of skank goes to a pregnant woman the H wants to marry and offers her money to leave and have an abortion and “quit messing up everyone’s lives” when she herself did not really want to marry the H.
Tacky, but the h was gracious about it – however that friendship needs to go, the sooner the better. All in all a very good LG with some really great h moments and I liked the H too, he really wasn’t a jerk at all -but he was kinda dumb sometimes.
View all 5 comments. Jun 09, Melody Cox rated it it was amazing Shelves: It just seems I can’t get enough! I’m drawn to it like Leo is drawn to Grace. This is a book I highly recommend. Leo Zikos has been engaged to his childhood friend, Marina, for three years. It’s a business-only arrangement pure and aal and neither is in love with the other. They had an agreement that they would both continue to discreetly see others as there has been no intimacy between them.
A very odd relationship to this American gal but maybe not so much in other countries. He is left cold and detached by this union-to-be and has a night out, visiting his friend and business partner at their new club. Grace, our heroine, is a med student with another year left to go. She was expected to accompany her cousin on a holiday to Turkey.
She had been taken in by her aunt and uncle after her mother passed away and they treat her like a slave, denying her the privileges their daughter has. While in Turkey her cousin hooked up with a guy and Grace was expected to cuieado in the hotel lobby.
She decided to dress up and go to a club one evening while her cousin was with her temporary lover.
This same evening Leo went to the club he and his partner owned and when he laid eyes on the beauty that was one floor below him he was gobsmacked. The attraction was immediate and he had to meet her. Grace was a virgin and was determined to rid herself of that obnoxious moniker. She spent the evening with Leo and they ended up on his yacht and shared the master suite. They had a malfunction with the condom and now Leo awaits word from her whether she is pregnant or not.
I loved this book. It’s a great read and the sequel that features his illegitimate brother is as well. I know there are quite a few who didn’t care for it for various reasons. I would like to touch on a couple of those. Some say Leo cheated on Marina but no one, that I read, accused Marina of cheating on him Their engagement was in name only more for status and a business deal and they had never been intimate. Leo had always placed her strictly in the friend zone.
Marina, in the past, had been in love with Leo but he never returned her feelings. She was now involved with a gentleman who had an ill wife that had been in a sanitarium or nursing home and no longer recognized her husband or children. She would never recovery. Marina was in agreement that Leo could be with whomever he chose until it was closer to the wedding. Then, there is Grace and her willingness to give up her child for adoption. If you read it closely and watch how her mind changes it’s somewhat obvious, at least to me, that she had made a hasty decision based on being alone and in financial distress.
Grace had suffered with a horrible mother and her father was not in the picture so she certainly didn’t want that for her child. Grace thought almost anything would be a better life for her child than how she was raised with a mother who was a drug addict and refused to work and if she did it was immediately spent on drugs. And then there was the father whom her mother convinced her walked away.
It hurt her to think her child would endure what she had. She also worried about going it alone and she was scared and frightened. I think at this point she was not recognizing any of this emotionally, but factually, because she shut down her emotions for the time being like she did most of her life.
The Greek Demands His Heir (Notorious Greeks, #1) by Lynne Graham
lyne I think the child began to become more real for her after Leo showed up. She was no longer alone and he was definitely financially stable. So most of the situations she was so concerned with were no longer issues. Just my two cents. That is my viewpoint on her pregnancy situation. You may not agree but that is my take on it. It just wasn’t real to her, yet.
View all 10 comments. May 11, Vintage rated it liked it Shelves: Kind of a phone it in LG with the exception of the surprisingly strong heroine. H and h are immediately attracted to each other, and, bless my boots, if the heroine doesn’t clinically, well mentally clinically while body is overwhelmed with lust, to throw her virginity away with the gorgeous H.