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Bought: The Greek's Bride Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2007

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin; 1st North American edition (June 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373126360
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373126361
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.5 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,068,765 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The hero was very stuffy. He annoyed me at times and should have actively wanted her before trying to merry her. He was just like her dad and she did not want to marry someone like that. Who could blame her? I would not want a business like husband who only wanted me for connections. Yikes!
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By JJH on November 13, 2014
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I thought this one was pretty decent. Characters were pretty good--I loved the h. I thought she was very intelligent and very rational. H seemed very robotic, especially at first. I did not enjoy him as much as the h, but I felt he definitely came around in the end. There were a few plots in this story revolving around betrayal. I'm one of those readers who really prefer a good grovel over a simple "I love you" and a quick resolution. However, in this story, I actually found the reasonings behind all the drama to be pretty understandable, and forgivable. There were no long, drawn out apologies, but I felt things got resolved in a more mature matter. I'm not saying the h was a total push over--she did not make it totally easy for the H to get back in her good graces. I just thought it was handled in a way that made me happy to see the characters move on with each other.
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Businessman Sandor Christofides decides that the woman he has been seeing for the last few months would make the perfect wife. Sandor feels Eleanor will help him obtain creditability in his social life. Sandor assumes it was a done deal with Ellie, he is shocked when she asks for time to think about marriage to him.

Eleanor Wentworth has enjoyed the company of Sandor the past three months. She is taken aback when he proposes marriage when he has made no attempt to take things to the next level. When a night of searing passion further confuses Ellie she ask for time away.

When a photo of Ellie and another man surfaces, Sandor jumps to conclusions. Can Ellie convince the man she loves that it isn't her and will Sandor finally admit his true feelings?

Lucy Monroe really hits all the right spots in this book. The romance is sensational and the characters are top notch. It's a special treat for me to have a wonderful book by Lucy Monroe to read.
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I liked it and definitely recommend it. I read this after I read the second in this series and found this one written much better. The main characters have good chemistry and the dialogue is good, very detailed. All the characters are very developed, setting up the others stories I guess so it works.
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I enjoyed this story very much. I also think is neat the way it intertwined with the other story. I read the book in two days. I couldn't put it down. It just piqued my interest from the first paragraph.
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Sandor Christofides and Eleanor Wentworth have been dating each other for three months. He hasn't even made a move on her other than kissing and perhaps the first kiss had been a little more involved. However, since that time he hasn't pushed for anything further despite the fact that Eleanor "Ellie" would like for him to. She is shocked when he proposes marriage one night and she needs to think about his proposal. Sandor doesn't seem to like this as he thought she would immediately accept. Yet, Eleanor is a bit reluctant since she has been burned in the past, Sandor doesn't seem to know her well, he doesn't appear to be overcome w/ lust around her either, and she really would like a declaration of love. Sandor gives her time to think and during this time Ellie has taken off to another country and soon pics of her surface w/ another man! Sandor, of course, gets very upset and in return so does Ellie. Some truths come out and a mystery is brought to light.

At first I didn't like Sandor and thought he had ulterior motives as well. I especially didn't like it when he states that he doesn't lie nor does he like those that lie. Good quality but a lie by omission is still a lie. Yet, not in Sandor's book. My feelings were smoothed over a bit when Sandor acknowledged at least to himself that he and Ellie defined honesty differently. I enjoyed the fact that we got Sandor's POV and knew when he worked things out and how he stood beside Ellie even through the rough time. I also liked that he acknowledged that he wanted Ellie for herself and that he was a pretty decent honorable guy. He just didn't want to admit to love because he felt that made a person vulnerable and he didn't want to be open like that. I liked that Ellie stood up for herself and told him to get out.
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To be absolutely honest, I was ready to put this book down after the first two chapters. Because the first two chapters doesn't move from the dinner table at the restaurant! Seriously. It's ping-pong dialogueing of one-upmanship proportions between Sandor and Ellie. Oeuff.

Glad I stuck it out as some really good, unforseen twists unfold. Ellie is no pushover and her furiously deadly "Get. Out. Now" shocks the pants of Sandor, who, thanks to incriminating photos, thinks he has the upper hand accusing Ellie of cheating on him. And from here on, life gets interesting.

No spoilers, but massive family dyfunction comes crashing down around Ellie's world and it is an incredible family revelation that scorches to the finale.
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