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Giannakis Bride (Harlequin Presents Extra: In the Greek Tycoon's Bed)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2012

    Beautiful and moving

    Sweet sweet love story. Used a kleenex or two while reading this book. When a grown man cries and shows his true feelings it gets me every time. Please read and enjoy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2012

    Must read this book

    Could not put it down. Since reading it the first time, I have gone back to it several times. Love this author..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2008

    Greek holiday

    Readers will feel they are on holiday in Greece when they pick up The Giannakis Bride by Catherine Spencer. It's a wonderful story about two people who are united by memories of past love and the sad plight of the hero's child. Dimitrios and Brianna had a brief, idyllic affair 4 years before. Both of them were hurt when Brianna's sister broke up the budding relationship. Now Dimitrios's child is critically ill and he hopes Brianna will be a tissue match for a bone marrow transplant. Past baggage comes back to haunt both of them, but they talk out their differences as they are united by their mutual love for the child. The attraction that originally brought them together has only been dormant, and flashes back to life between them. However, trust must also be rebuilt and that might be even more difficult than love. The descriptions of the Greek countryside and the vibrant sounds, sights, and scents of the village on summer evenings are true to life, and add much atmosphere to the story. Enjoy.

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