Reader Review: This book was a great read the heroine stood up for herself had a normal size body and the attraction between her and the hero was great. The only thing I wished was that the stroy could go longer
Greek billionaire Leo Christakis is convinced the drab, shapeless suits worn by Natasha are simply a cover for the gold-digging harlot who lies beneath.
Mistakenly thinking Natasha's been stealing from his company, Leo commands her to be at his beck and call--in and out of the bedroom. Natasha is thrown into his world of unimaginable luxury. Then Leo discovers she's innocent--in every sense! Now she has no choice--she must become the Christakis bride!
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|Title of eBook: The Greek's Forced Bride|
|Release Date: 01-01-2009|
|Publisher: Harlequin Presents||Store Sales Rank: 8447|
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The Greek's Forced Bride
No one dared to move. All dossiers resting on the long polished table top remained firmly closed. Except for the folder flung open in front of Leo. And as five minutes edged with agonising slowness towards ten, even the act of breathing in and out became a difficult exercise and not one of those present had the nerve to utter so much as a sound.
For Leo's outwardly relaxed posture was dangerously deceptive, as was the gentle way he was tapping his neatly clipped fingernails on the polished surface as he continued to read. And anyoneanyone daring to think that the sensual shape of his mouth was relaxed in a smile needed a quick lesson in the difference between a smile and a sneer.
Leo knew the damn difference. He also knew that the nasty stuff was about to hit the fan. For someone around here had pulled a fast one with company money and what made him really angry was that the fiddle was so badly put together anyone with a rudimentary grasp of arithmetic could spot it a mile away. Leo did not employ incompetents. Therefore the list of employees who might just dare to believe they could get away with ripping him off like this could be shortlisted to one.
Rico, his vain and shallow, gut-selfish stepbrother, and the only person employed by this company to earn his place in it by favour alone.
Family, in other words.
Damn, Leo cursed within the depths of his own angry thinking. What the hell gave Rico the idea he could get away with this? It was well known throughout...
Title: The Greek's Forced Bride
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Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 6 Review(s)
4 of 10 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Michelle Reid has been one of may favorite authors
April 19, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Dubai, NA AE
Michelle Reid has been one of may favorite authors. Her stories are full of drama & emotions. The heroine, Natasha who was adopted had an emotionally unstable childhood. This instability seems to make her to face things without any strings attached in her adult years & not have high hopes in relationships . The quick recovery after witnessing her sister having sex with her finance & turning to Leo rather quickly to get back at the situation is to name a few. The story line in this book is good but there is so much drama & I felt that things were moving too fast. This left me disappointed. Overall it was ok.
This book was a great read the heroine stood up fo
January 22, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Kensington, AU
This book was a great read the heroine stood up for herself had a normal size body and the attraction between her and the hero was great. The only thing I wished was that the stroy could go longer
love from first sight
September 25, 2011
I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it. The interchange between the H/H is just excellent and I have found myself going back to re-read sections because I enjoyed them so much the first time. The characters seemed so strongly fleshed out and real to me and they stayed true to how Ms. Reid introduced them from the start of the book, especially the hero (his blunt way of talking was pretty interesting and I liked how the heroine recognized that as one of the hero's more attractive features even in the middle of their many battles). I loved how you knew what the two characters were feeling just from some minimally described thoughts and statements, even when it was obvious they didn't know how they were feeling themselves! This is probably going to be my favorite Reid book for some time to come. Ms. Michelle Reid. You out did yourself this time! One of the few times I've read a Harlequin where I didn't want the book to end
June 10, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from NEWBURGH, NY USA
I found it very hard to like Leo in the first half of the novel because he was so arrogant and proud. He had Natasha all "figured" out, without taking the time to really know her. Natasha was too good to Leo. Leo eventually redeems himself in the end.
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