The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress
Greek hotel magnate Chrysander Anetakis's former mistress was pregnant? And had amnesia? That meant Marley Jameson didn't remember betraying him by selling company secrets. Or that he'd thrown her out of his life. So he told her a little white lie: they were engaged. Then he swept her away to his... show more
Greek hotel magnate Chrysander Anetakis's former mistress was pregnant? And had amnesia? That meant Marley Jameson didn't remember betraying him by selling company secrets. Or that he'd thrown her out of his life. So he told her a little white lie: they were engaged. Then he swept her away to his Greek island to await the birth of his baby and enjoy her sudden devotion...before tossing her out.But he didn't count on Marley regaining her memory so soon.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 13th 2009
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: The Anetakis Tycoons (#1)
2.5 starsI've seen this book referenced so much, I decided I just needed to bite the bullet and figure out what the fuss is about. It's was pretty good, I guess? It was just so unbelievable. And while I could forgive most of it as just being a Silhouette Desire book, there was one thing that I could...
Completely ridiculous (so 80s soap opera I can't even tell you), but I loved EVERY. FRICKIN'. WORD. I was helpless to resist the catnip that is this book. I read my library's copy, but seriously, I love it so much I'm thisclose to buying my own to read whenever I need to be hip-deep in overbearing G...
When it comes to this kind of books, it should be quite clear in advance that it is a bottled-formula romance. So, it comes down to (dis)liking the style of particular author. And, i do like Maya Banks' style.Yep, it's a classic among classics regarding many points in the story. And it does have cer...
Rather intense story but the animosity toward the heroine was over the top and went on way too long. I felt she forgave him too soon. Marley learns she is pregnant and before telling her rich boyfriend Chrysander, she tries to clarify their relationship and he says she is only his mistress then ac...
In this book's acknowledgments, Banks writes about how much she loves category romance. Perhaps that's why she decided to write The Category. It has everything you'd expect: the overbearing Greek hero constantly spouting Greek endearments, the pregnant, vulnerable, doormat heroine, the evil other wo...