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Bought: The Greek's Bride

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2014

    Loved it

    This was really a good story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2007

    Wonderful! Lost & Found Twins Knight in Shining Armor

    Again, Lucy delivers another emotionally charged book, her first her book in this series.....the other being Taken: The Spaniard's Virgin. This one is truly a meaningful book, about a stubborn Greek who does not trust and is afraid to love. In the end, he is truly a knight in shining armor and will steal your heart with his passion and newfound love, Ellie. Ellie is sweet, caring and has never known what is it to be loved by her father. Then on top of everything, she is not only attracted to Sandor a Greek billionaire but she is head over heals in love with him. He wants a compatible marriage and believes Ellie is just the person to become his wife. However, he will not give her his love and that puts up a roadblock in their relationship. Ellie needs some time and takes a short trip to Spain to make her decision. Upon her return, she is confronted by Sandor who produces photos, which he believes to be Ellie. Of course, they are not they are of Ellie's twin who they did not even know existed, with the exception of her father. This is a lovely story, and you will be reminded of the power of love thanks to Lucy Monroe and The Greek's Bride!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2007

    Sensational Story

    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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