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THE GREEK BOSS'S BRIDE
Nik Niarchou is admired as a god by those inside and outside the international company he heads. His performance in work, and in bed, is legendary. Beautiful women are lining up, dying to be his future bride. Kezia is his personal assistant from the Greek head office, and she’s heard he is efficient and sexy but also arrogant. When his usual approaches don’t work, Nik can see he’s going to have to try something new to capture the irresistible Kezia.
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- family comes in all forms. 5
- JAB 05/20/2015 3 people found the following review helpful
In the first story, I felt that the heroine gave into the hero's proposal as his secretary too easy. The hero comes off as arrogant but his kindness towards the heroine is shown very quickly in the story and not give pages before the ending. The heroine also has some spunk when the hero gets mad at her for inviting a woman that he is seeing without his permission but she has a comeback stating that since she goes out and buys the jewelry and the flowers for them, she does. Hahahahaha. I liked the fact that the hero's sees the heroine's potential as a hard worker before she puts her hair down looking all gorgeous. I also found out the hard truth that the heroine is unable to have children due to chemo-treatments from a disease. I love how the hero is slowly just helping the heroine by taking care of her when she is sick, finding the dog's owner and keeping it. It was interesting on how the confrontation of the heroine's ex-fiancee was . I did like that the hero didn't take advantage of the heroine's drunkenness for a lot of reasons. That was good, respectful, and safe. They spend some time together and come upon the issue of snoopy reporters and they go off. They struggle over their bonding and the end is just so sweet.
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