A Deal at the Altar
Her indecent proposal! Having pulled himself up from the streets of Athens, Sergios Demonides thought he had seen it all. Then Beatriz Blake walked into his office and asked him for a marriage of convenience! Independent, proud and unadorned, Beatriz is a far cry from the usual glamorous women... show more
Her indecent proposal! Having pulled himself up from the streets of Athens, Sergios Demonides thought he had seen it all. Then Beatriz Blake walked into his office and asked him for a marriage of convenience! Independent, proud and unadorned, Beatriz is a far cry from the usual glamorous women who grace his bed. But Sergios doesn't need another trophy - he needs a mother for his late cousin's children. The overlooked Blake heiress and the ruthless billionaire strike a deal. But she doesn't read the small print - that sees them sharing a bed!
Publish date: April 17th 2012
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Marriage By Command (#2)
There were several things I liked about this book and several things I hated. This time I won't start off my review with the heroine, I'm just going to state the things I liked and disliked in chronological order.First off, I absolutely hated Sergios. He was one of the most overbearing, cruel and bu...
Old style story loaded with the usual cliches you find when the forced/convinience marriage trope is used. Make over, children, relative in jeopardy, hero wants to keep his mistress and his wife faithful. What kinda save it is Bee who is aware of the pitfalls and the point of view of the male lead w...
Okay, I enjoyed this one a lot. I admit I was pretty annoyed at Sergios for most of the book, and highly offended that he expected a wife who would look the other way at his sexual infidelities but wasn't allowed to have her own. Don't get me wrong. Cheating/marital infidelity is a big, fat, huge,...
My Blog: HarlequinJunkie Romance ReviewsThis is the second book in the trilogy of three sisters; the first book was Roccanti's Marriage Revenge.I’m a huge fan of Lynne Graham and that probably is the only reason why I even considered buying this book, had any other author written it I would have pro...
I wasn't going to read this book, since I am over my LG love, but then some friends said this book is not that bad and I did. The sister of the heroine jilted the hero in the first book, it was to be a business marriage, she looks after his three orphaned niece and nephews while he continues on with...