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THE KOUVARIS MARRIAGE
When Maddie meets the gorgeous Greek shipping magnate Dimitri at a party, they fall passionately in love. He follows Maddie back to England and proposes, and they are wed one week later. Even though the sudden engagement makes her head spin, Maddie cannot believe her luck. Her happiness is short-lived, however. Dimitri’s beautiful childhood friend is waiting for her at the mansion in Athens, and she tells Maddie, “The one he’s really in love with is me. You’re just my substitute because I can’t have children, and all he wants from you is an heir."
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Sorry but I want a read. And fully enjoyed. -Skin out in such northrishawpan the landscape architect, to work! And don't work when I get married! Independence did not! Marriage to first of all know each other well, great! And if you go Greek at least studying long term?! Respect in all languages other than English! And every opponent's words and deeds have cautioned the cocksure! And last I want gardens to make. So 1 square meter as the flower garden! Landscape architects names are crying! Image of the author's applause to the poor. Or more.
Picture is not attractive because the attraction is halved. Especially the hero is terrible.
The original is poor.
What is the work?
It is thought the woman was first heroine charm was.
He abandoned the work I wanted to dust, homemaker, and I what I love is blind? ~.