Passion Romance The Ruthless Greek's Virgin Princess

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The Ruthless Greek's Virgin Princess

Marietta, a princess of Montvelatte, is just looking at the last man she wants to encounter in the world—Yanis Markides, a successful financial adviser who threw a young princess out of his bed ten years ago. She loved him and decided to give herself as his birthday present back then, but was rejected because he could only think of her as a younger sister. They now meet again at Marietta’s brother’s wedding as dance partners and Yanis whispers to her, “Let’s love each other tonight.”

Reading terms One-day rental / membership period
Price $3.99 / $5.99
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
Available until : May. 31st 2017(Monthly course($19.99)

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3.9 (16 customer reviews)





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❤️ 3  3

Their love began in the wrong palace and at the wrong time. But the fact still remains that they loved each other. Even after 10 years the feelings that they had back then still remains. Also I'll give it a additional star because it should Raffe and Sienna's twins from"Forced wife, royal love-child"

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a princess with a job 4  4

This is what a lot of fairytales should have today: a princess with a job. In this story, we have princess who is dealing with the reunion of a past crush. I like how she is trying to be independent in both her life and her job. The hero does come on with the intent of revenge but when they get into bed and start getting hot. I loved how the heroine handled it and said no more and left. Good job, girl. I did like how the hero and the heroine are able to find out more about each and what happened the last time they met ten years ago. It seems like a nice story.

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