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A Stormy Greek Marriage Billie S Wedding Day Should Have Been The Happiest Of Her Life She Was Marrying The Father Of Her Babyher Secret Baby But Tycoon Alexei Drakos Had Suffered Amnesia, So He Had No Recollection Of The Incredible Night He D Spent With Billie A Year Ago Tonight He Was Expecting His New Bride To Be A VirginBillie Knew That A Marriage Laced With Hidden Surprises Was Not Likely To Last If Only For Their Son S Sake, She Had To Convince Alexei Of The Truthstarting Tonight In The Honeymoon Bed


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10 thoughts on “A Stormy Greek Marriage

  1. says:

    Annoying asf H gets drunk one night and takes h s virginity he s her boss , impregnating her, then hits his head and forgets all about it Next day he s back with his supermodel ex girlfriend Heroine slinks away to have his baby.Eventually H h get married, H thinking she s a virgin and having no idea about their ever having had sex, much less their baby Is super pissed when he finds


  2. says:

    Well no wonder I felt as if I had come into this story in the middle Turns out from reading a few reviews just now that it is the second of two parts and you REALLY need to read the other first evidently I kept feeling like there was a whole lot of history these two had together that was sort of referred to as if you know WTF was going on The author made no attempt to get those who had not r


  3. says:

    I have to say Graham sure did a good job of getting the readers involved So involved that I literally threw the book away in disgust of how bad it wasthank goodness I got it at a bargined price Book was so bad that that I wished had burnt those three dollars in making a bonfire instead of spending it on the book would had beensatisfying Heroine was so.arghhhh I really don t know how much I can take o


  4. says:

    Hated this book the hero treated the heroine like dirt but to be fair she was just stupid and I felt no empathy for her She was such a doormat and the hero too cold for my liking I have been a fan of this author for a long time but seriously her h...


  5. says:

    I blame Billie for everything, for falling easily into Alexei s charms, for not having backbone, for hiding the baby from Alexei, for everything.


  6. says:

    Greek tycoon Alexei Drakos was marrying Billie, a pure woman he thought would make a suitable wife She dressed conservatively and worked hard The only problem was that Billie s memories were a little sharper than those of her new husband Alexei had unfortunately suffered a nasty fall after an incredible night spent in Billie s arms and he had amnesia Alexei didn t remember any of that magical night, nor did he know that he was


  7. says:

    Nice sequel with lots of angst and drama The heroine made me so angry and frustrated with her efforts to hide her baby from his father I thought that was so immature and an evil thing to do I wanted her to grow up and admit the truth to Alexei cause her stubbornness and deception was too much I was like get off your high horse The hero was amazing In the first book I thought he was a major jerk but in this one he is sweet, crazy posses


  8. says:

    Ugh, I had forgotten I read this and clicked on it on Scribd Big mistake.I am not going to revisit the plot However, have to say that Alexei raises the bar for cruel, manipulative, unrepentant ratbastards, and if you have read many Harlequin Presents romances that is saying something Billie is likeable, but what a fracking idiot How can she fall for this guy Yes, there is a certain fascination with the arrogance alpha usually Greek, Italian or


  9. says:

    That took a while and a lot of skipping He is angry and don t want to listenThen she is angryHe is upset and hurt then she is He doesn t want to reconcile now, she doesThen vice versa..


  10. says:

    Even if I could deal with the OTT double standard of the ultimate man Ho demanding a virginal bride and the martyrdom of heroine and the sheer stupidity in signing a prenup she hadn t read, and I did enjoy the few moments when heroine stood up for herself and demanded a divorce, the book took a nosedive the moment heroine learned her husband would have all rights to any child of their marriage Any hope of a future would have required immediate revision of that p


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