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Bought: The Greek's Bride Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2007
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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.
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. I don't think she would have spoken to him if her world didn't crash down around her. She needed a friend and I believed that she could trust him at that point or else she wouldn't have leaned on him. I suppose the turn at the end was to show the complete turnaround for Ellie's father, I believe it is plausible for him to change like that especially after what he went through. It would appear that Ellie's love was truly unconditional at least w/ her father . . . okay maybe even w/ Sandor. She doesn't want to hang on to anger/hate - reasonable. But the twist involving Sandor's past . . . I would have liked that fleshed out a bit more instead of just springing it at the end. Overall this was a heartwarming read w/ a bit of angst thrown in for good measure and I liked how Ellie stood up to Sandor in that part as well.
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.