The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride

The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride❮KINDLE❯ ➚ The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride ❦ Author Kate Hewitt – Bluevapours.co.uk Darkly handsome Demos Atrikes wants a wife to provide heirs to his fortune No emotions, no complications Catching sight of stunning, intriguing Althea Paranoussis, he has to have her She may be a soci Darkly handsome Tycoon's Reluctant PDF Ë Demos Atrikes wants a wife to provide heirs to his fortune No emotions, no complications Catching sight of stunning, intriguing Althea Paranoussis, he has to have her She may be a society party girl, but he believes she s perfect wife material The Greek PDF/EPUB ² and their wedding is arrangedThe chemistry between them is all consuming But once married, Demos discovers the painful truth of Althea s childhood She needs from him than he d ever planned to give.

Kate is Tycoon's Reluctant PDF Ë the USA Today bsetselling author of many books of both historical and contemporary fiction Under the name Katharine Swartz, she is the author of the Tales from Goswell books, a series of time slip novels set in the village of Goswell She The Greek PDF/EPUB ² likes to read women s fiction, mystery and thrillers, as well as historical novels She particularly enjoys reading about well drawn characters and avoids high concept plotsHaving lived in both New York City and a tiny village on the windswept northwest coast of England, she Greek Tycoon's Reluctant eBook ☆ now resides in a market town in Wales with her husband, five children, and two Golden Retrievers.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride
  • Kate Hewitt
  • English
  • 07 June 2019
  • 0373527551

10 thoughts on “The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride

  1. Jen - Reviews says:

    I saw many bad reviews for this book but I really don t understand why The reviews were aimed at the Hero mostly, that he was horrible apparently I didn t find that at all I thought he was very patient and gentle when he found out about the heroine s past In all honesty, I found the Heroine a completely unlikable individual I think Kate Hewitt always writes about deep dark places of human experience in her books and this one was no different.

  2. Vintage says:

    Wow, once again I have entered the fifth dimension known as Harlequin where women CAN be forced into MOC HarleyLand, where no one, no matter how messed up they are, ever needs therapy.That was such a downer the HarleyLand Greek tycoon version of a kitchen sink drama.The H and h are both damaged although the h trumps the hero in a big way No eye rolling here as there is no humor view spoiler The heroine was a daddy s girl at one point until a friend of the family molested her for two years Wow, once again I have entered the fifth dimension known as Harlequin where women CAN be forced into MOC HarleyLand, where no one, no matter how messed up they are, ever needs therapy.That was such a downer the HarleyLand Greek tycoon version of a kitchen sink drama.The H and h are both damaged although the h trumps the hero in a big way No eye rolling here as there is no humor view spoiler The heroine was a daddy s girl at one point until a friend of the family molested her for two years Due to her ineffective way of communicating she was only 13 and her father s reluctance to listen she hates her father now hide spoiler Her way of coping is to turn into a party hard girl and get into the tabloids Her father s solution to straightening her out is to marry her off to someone She is a hard character to wrap yourself into even while you sympathize She didn t get her high school diploma, but confesses later she finished through online classes and she is obviously smart Hmm, if you hate your dad so much, leave and maybe get a job The hero was a poor kid from the docks who made good His father abandoned the family and he had to take care of his mother and an undetermined number of sisters One sister in particular has some serious emotional problems that that the H and his mom think they can fix if they marry her off Little sister is fixated on the hero in odd ways sometimes it felt inappropriate and at other like he is a replacement paternal figure Hey, maybe let her seek therapy and encourage her independence slowly as she grows up emotionally All this marrying off got on my nerves In the Harlequin dimension, which really does have it have its own rules, an arranged marriage or MOC only works if it s ridiculous and over the top We all know the reasons little brother crashed the H s car H wants revenge for fill in the blank H has unrequited love lust and finally gets his shot, etc and so forth It s too twisted of a solution to cure two seriously damaged characters with marriage These aren t OTT, old skool, wicked OW here that we love to hate.Back to the romance, the H wants to marry the h becausehe s not quite sure Yes, he s attracted to her, yes, he likes the idea of marrying into an old Greek family to take the taint off his nouveau riche beaucoup of euros, but it s all fluid They finally have sex, and evidently there is yet another magic p in HarleyLand as the heroine wakes up feeling life is coming up roses, but the h is morose and can never love because he had so much responsibility.Just too damned depressing

  3. Victoria says:

    After reading this, I was just stunned I mean, I ve never read a romance novel that was so deep before Normally, the books I read are pretty frivolous and don t really require me to think But this, this book was so different The characters had backgrounds that scarred them and changed their whole outlook of life Normally, its only the heroes that have such backgrounds, not so much of the heroines Now, however, the heroine, Althea Paranoussis, had a very sad childhood From the tender age o After reading this, I was just stunned I mean, I ve never read a romance novel that was so deep before Normally, the books I read are pretty frivolous and don t really require me to think But this, this book was so different The characters had backgrounds that scarred them and changed their whole outlook of life Normally, its only the heroes that have such backgrounds, not so much of the heroines Now, however, the heroine, Althea Paranoussis, had a very sad childhood From the tender age of 13, stuff happened to her which I won t say cos it s a pivotal point of the book I dunno, I felt so sad for her When the book first started, I have to admit, I didn t really like Althea I hated her character Even though I knew she was just acting all along, I didn t like the way that she chose to portray herself However, as the book progressed, I realised how much there really was to her I mean, only after she revealed everything about herself, then I could I understand how she felt I started to admire her She was really strong, somehow managing to keep everything within her and not breaking down Somehow, she survived I especially loved it at the end when she was so brave when speaking to Demos I dunno how she does it, you know She kept everything inside for so long, without letting anyone even guess As for Demos Atrikes, I couldn t understand him I swear he was bipolar Seriously One moment he was so sweet and amazing and just the best guy The next moment, he receives a phone call and gets all cold and icy towards her For no particular reason It was so annoying One moment I was swooning over him, thinking how wonderful he was The next moment, all I could do was shout at him I was just so confused But in the end, I think I did like him I mean, his past completely shaped his life He was afraid of others depending on him But that was because at the tender age of 12, he had to take care of his entire family However, he didn t enjoy it at all When the responsibility was taken away from him, he felt relieved, which I guess was just a normal human reaction But for some reason, he blamed himself for it Throughout the whole book, I was just trying to understand the characters It was difficult Hardly any clue was given as to why Althea was the way she was at the beginning It was only after a while, that some clues were dropped here and there But when she revealed all her secrets, I was truly amazed I won t say much because for me, that part of the book made it really good But my absolute favourite part of the book came when they made love for the first time It was simply beautiful I was honestly, really touched by that scene It was so muchthan just sex I can t describe it, but for me, it really made the book a very good read After reading the whole book, I can only say that it was an amazing read A very different read, to be sure, but good all the same Yes, there were several dry parts It certainly isn t the best that I have read But the storyline and the way the characters were brought across really touched my heart Somehow, Althea s character showed me so much I can t really explain it but maybe that s because I used to act like she did, though perhaps not to that extreme I could completely empathize with her and I could just understand why she did what she did To me, this book didn t really focus on the romance, it was so muchthan that It showed how love could heal It wasn t just a simple story of how amazing love was, how good it could make you feel and stuff This book touched on what love could do and that is something I rarely see As such, I was really moved by the book This story didn t really have a HEA But, to me, it showed how love could overcome every obstacle, and make you strong I wouldn t exactly I loved the book, but I loved the writing style and the characters Some parts were pretty unrealistic to me but I was absorbed throughout the entire middle and ending parts I simply could not tear my eyes away A good book to pick up for sure, though not for everyone s taste

  4. Fiona Marsden says:

    Kate Hewitt likes to stretch the boundaries with her Presents novels Even if I hadn t seen it in the books she writes I would know this Because she said so herself This is an interesting and quite complex story of two very damaged people and the healing power of Love It is a story of hope The hero is looking to get married not because he wants to but because of a lingering residue of responsibility and guilt about his family Having had an overdose of responsibility at a young age he resent Kate Hewitt likes to stretch the boundaries with her Presents novels Even if I hadn t seen it in the books she writes I would know this Because she said so herself This is an interesting and quite complex story of two very damaged people and the healing power of Love It is a story of hope The hero is looking to get married not because he wants to but because of a lingering residue of responsibility and guilt about his family Having had an overdose of responsibility at a young age he resents that feeling and has been weighed down with guilt over his ambivalent feelings and a sense of failure The last thing he wants in a wife is someone who s going to be needy and demanding Lucky he s spotted Althea, the party girl who doesn t do marriage and commitment Althea thinks she can be the wife Demos wants in spite of her difficult past and ambivalent feelings about herself and men What a pity they are both lying to themselves and to each other All expectations are blown out of the water on the wedding night so then they have to learn to know each other all over again Learn how to deal first with the explosive secrets of her past, and then how to deal with the fallout from his history How this happens is beautiful and very moving and the development of the characters is nicely done A little rapidly for reality in the case of the heroine but Kate Hewitt does very well in the confines of her medium The final scene is a bit soppy but in a good way

  5. Jacqueline J says:

    Really didn t like the hero, Demos He was a self absorbed whiny twit The heroine, Althea, had some really bad personal history that affected her entire life When he finally finds out what had happened to her as a young girl, he couldn t even come up with a OMG that s horrible All he thought was crap another person with problems that I ll have to deal with and which will suck me dry emotionally I was really expectingof a reaction like in Over the Edge by Suzanne Brockmann Stan is Really didn t like the hero, Demos He was a self absorbed whiny twit The heroine, Althea, had some really bad personal history that affected her entire life When he finally finds out what had happened to her as a young girl, he couldn t even come up with a OMG that s horrible All he thought was crap another person with problems that I ll have to deal with and which will suck me dry emotionally I was really expectingof a reaction like in Over the Edge by Suzanne Brockmann Stan is horrified by the experiences Teri went through as a young girl and they were nowhere near as bad as those in this book He immediately wanted to hunt down the man who had hurt her Here the hero could only think that he hadn t gotten the free and easy sexually adventurous woman he thought he was marrying, even though she kept telling him she didn t want to marry him and he didn t really know her As for the heroine, all I could think was that woman needed some serious professional help It s a wonder she was a sane as she was

  6. Dee says:

    I liked the book, though the ending was a bit ummm well I didnt like it I dont get why people in novels these days always have to fall in love after a week or a month The hero was an arrogant censored but lets face it, all romance heroes are

  7. Cady Lorenzana says:

    it does have an HEA, does it LOL the ending was just stretch hmmm..

  8. Lisa (Remarkablylisa) says:

    I want to burn this book.

  9. Risana says:

    I adored this book Both characters were very tortured One guilt ridden and the other suffering the effects of having been molested as a child The author spared no effort to show compassion and patience in both characters and the male protagonist wasn t overly or stereotypically hard and unemotional as with most books of this type.Fours stars though because at the end of the book I still felt like a lot had been left unresolved The state of the male protagonist s sister s health The state of I adored this book Both characters were very tortured One guilt ridden and the other suffering the effects of having been molested as a child The author spared no effort to show compassion and patience in both characters and the male protagonist wasn t overly or stereotypically hard and unemotional as with most books of this type.Fours stars though because at the end of the book I still felt like a lot had been left unresolved The state of the male protagonist s sister s health The state of the relationship between husband and wife The state of the relationship between the male protagonist and his family The state of the male protagonist s relationship with his unstable and suicidal sister Simply ending with a sort of love would solve whatever came their way line did not make for a satisfying ending

  10. Afra says:

    beautiful novel

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