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The Pregnant Mistress Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2002
2002 - Harlequin Presents - Paperback - 1st Edition - The Pregnant Mistress - Written By Sandra Marton - The Barons Series : Book #2243 - New - Out of Print - Collectible - A Great Gift Idea
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Utterly disappointing. The book started off rather promisingly, but after the party scene, it just went downhill thereafter. The filmsy plot is severely hampered by unlikeable characters - Samantha acts like a spoilt shrieking shrew and Demetrios, instead of coming off as a confidant, protective lead, gives the impression of a male chauvinist pig. It's just chapters of fighting, shrieking, stomping off, here and there, before they somehow clumsily end up together. I'm not expecting Jane Austin and am a fan of many harlequin romances, but this was just a bad read.
An example of a much better read with similar plot lines would be The Billionaire's Pregnant Mistress (Mistress to a Millionaire - 11 of 37), and if you have the time, a really good bundle to read is Royal Brides Trilogy. Both are harlequin romances which have solid plots which tug at your heart strings and with much more likeable characters.
Moreover, some of these "$*a-?@#9*" sentences appeared between the lines,
which made me uncertain about whether I had missed anything in the story!
Samantha refuses to allow Demetrios the upper hand as he constantly tries to keep her under his control.It's so funny reading Demetrios frustrations - he doesn't realise that he is falling for her,big time, but he does know that he is way out of line with his uncool, jealousy spats in the board room which is confusing his business associates.
When he finally gets to have Samantha under his care, he is incredibly tender, calling her his kitten. The final showdown between Demetrios and Sam's family is volcanic. Most enjoyable read.
This features Samantha Brewster, a wild modern minded woman, who was set up for a blind date with Demetrios Karas in one of Samantha's sisters' party, but never did meet each other properly, leaving a whole set of problems throughout the book. Samantha was a translater and ironic part is Demetrios was in need of a skilled translater for a business transaction. From where Samantha saw it, Demetrios was trying to own her entire life. Gotta love the sexual tension they had for each other plus so much ego and pride in all the wrong places in this book.