Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire

Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire

by Rachel Lyndhurst
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Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire by Rachel Lyndhurst

Her mother’s illness left Kizzy Dean alone and surrounded by bills and vicious moneylenders. Being swept away to the sun-baked Greek Isle of Rhodes may sound like the makings of a fantasy, but for the desperate and penniless Kizzy, it’s anything but. The brooding billionaire who now owns the restaurant she works and lives in is demolishing her only source of income and the only security she has left. She has no real choice but to go wherever he commands and agree to whatever arrangement he proposes.

Greek billionaire Andreas Lazarides is intrigued and mesmerized by the spirited and yet guileless Kizzy. Guilt and sorrow have been his only companions since his sister’s death, but Kizzy stirs up something inside him. He’s unaccustomed to the word “no” and unwilling to reveal his closely guarded heart, so he makes her an offer—a position as his very personal assistant.

As desperate as Kizzy is, she won’t be any man’s mistress. But it’s only a matter of time before she’s forced to decide whether she wants to strangle or ravage her infuriatingly tempting boss.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622669004
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 02/04/2012
Series: Entangled Indulgence
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 241,739
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Rachel now writes full-time when her children are at school, but is still proud of her law degree and accountancy qualifications. She has worked in the space industry, pharmaceuticals, insurance, a supermarket, a bus station, a railway depot, and a lingerie department.
She lives with her daughter, son and The Exec in Fareham, Hampshire, on the south coast of England and can sometimes smell the sea from her back garden. When not working, her hobbies include rummaging through antique shops, talking to her chocolate brown Rex rabbit and popping into Sainsbury's. She also has a fondness for wine and expensive lipstick.
Rachel loves to hear from readers.

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Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 100 reviews.
Sylv68 More than 1 year ago
When I was asked to review a book I was so excited to find out it was by Rachel Lyndhurst I waited so impatiently and the day she gave me Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire I was thrilled. For her first book she has done a fantastic job. I have to admit I did find the sex scenes very steamy and no way would I read in public (fanning myself at the thought). I have to give Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire 5 stars, the characters work well together, the sex scenes are... well don't listen to me, go out and buy the book and find out for yourself ;o) Can not wait for the next book. Well done Rachel and good luck with future books
danja More than 1 year ago
Great Romance book. I enjoyed every minute reading it.
Elsie_Love More than 1 year ago
Kizzy Dean, the absolutely adorable button that she is, sets up the perfect opposition for dark, smoldering, Andreas. Granted, in the beginning, the billionaire is a bit hard to handle. What with all his egomania I had to resist the urge to kick him in his Dolmades and send him packing. Underneath the cold exterior is a man with good reason to protect his heart. Keep reading and you are sure to find him and fall madly in love. The sex is scintillating. So hot, that there were parts I had to gloss over for fear of self igniting. (I went back and read them later, of course). This is Ms. Lyndhurst's first novel and she deserves a standing ovation. Her writing style swept me off my feet from page one. Her descriptions make me want to pack my bags and move to Lindos, so I can run barefoot through the cobblestone streets and take a daily dip in the Agean!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this ebook. I look forward to reading morevnovels by this author.
juicyjane More than 1 year ago
The only down side to this book was that there wasn't more of it! Arrogant and brooding Andreas was the perfect Alpha male and frail yet determined Kizzy was an excellent companion. Apart from the obvious absolute lust fest in certain chapters, what really drew me into the book was Rachel's description of Rhodes, the Greek customs and the way she captured the ambience of the island so brilliantly. I love a book that makes me feel I'm actually there, a voyeur on a sun terrace a swimming pool length away, and this is what Kidnapped by the Greek Billionaire does. A great novel which should grace many a Nook on the beach!
PhillipaAshley More than 1 year ago
Sexy, emotional read set in evocative Rhodes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very boring. I couldn't get into either character. I stopped reading several times and finally just finished it disappointed
O-FL-Mom More than 1 year ago
Based on the reviews I thought this would be a fun read. Not so. The story begins in London, then ends up in Greece... only we aren't told how the Andreas talked Kizzy into going with him - which would have been interesting. And how stupid is this woman to go out of the country with a man she's never met before - and she has no money and he has her phone and passport? I honestly couldn't get though the story because I just didn't like these characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story, any woman would love this story to happen to them!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you love romance you will love this! I enjoyed it and was surprised now by the bad reviews it got. They must not be romantics!! Lol :-)
Riley09 More than 1 year ago
This was a fairly good book but I hated the ending! The author just sort of dropped us off of a cliff, after all the emotion she put into the story I felt cheated.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From the Westminster Bridge to the Greek Isles...and then! What a fantastic novel of love, trust, and redemption. I adored Andreas, with all his aloof charm, and Kizzy really made me root for her. I can't imagine two characters more suited to each other (although they got off to a rather rocky start--literally!). This one's a keeper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not want it to end!
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed BY~Desere Review Copy Provided BY~Publisher This was one of the most enjoyable and delicious Greek books I have read in a long time. I loved the way the author incorporated history and art into the book. Not to mention that there was not one scene that I found too overwritten or in the least boring. I also loved that Andreas's character was the strong, dominating and ruthless kind of hero who falls to his knees at the hands of a very interesting female character. The passion between the two main characters was so stunningly written and gorgeously blended with the rich history of Greece, better than I have ever seen done in any book featuring a Greek hero. I also truly liked how the author spiced up the book with some very memorable characters like the luscious Liz and her Australian beau. That I really hope Rachel blesses us with Liz's story.
SmittenWithReading More than 1 year ago
My Review: The Kidnapping: after months of harassing Andreas about a business decision that will leave Kizzy without a home or job, she finally tracks him down at the London Eye and ambushes him. He's afraid that she's going to spill the beans about his plans to demolish her beloved restaurant, so he "kidnaps" (i.e. insists she accompany him) to Greece. She has no time to pack, plan, or anything. Then when they arrive, somehow he keeps her passport and since she's there with no planning, she's stuck with him. It was a strange scenario which left me questioning several things, so I think the start threw me off this book from the very beginning. Unfortunately, this is not a book that I connected with. I didn't understand these characters or why they acted the way they did. At times it was frustrating to me because they didn't act consistently or even with basic common sense. I just didn't understand why they did what they were doing over and over again. I was constantly shaking my head in wonder. I can only assume that I just didn't understand these characters because it seemed to me they were acting one way one minute and then turning around and acting the complete opposite the next. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the writing or the scene set-ups. For me, the issues that I found difficult in this book were entirely through the character development. Maybe this was an issue brought on by the fact that the characters were ones that I personally didn't connect to? I don't know. I just know that their actions were distracting to me and hurt my overall enjoyment of the story. But it wasn't all bad. The writing style was engaging and the author knew how to paint a picture with words. Most of the book takes place in Greece and was beautiful the way the scenes were written. I could picture every scene perfectly and was entranced by the beauty of it. I didn't connect with the characters, but that doesn't mean that you won't.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was painful to finish. There were no secondary characters except the maid who said about two sentences. Both the main characters played "woe me and my life." Guy: I grew up with no love from my parents. Girl: I grew up with no parents. Guy: I had to scavenge food from the kitchen. Girl: I used to sit on the stairwell so I could smell the food from the neighbors kitchen. Guy: My dad used to sleep around. Girl: My mom used to sleep around for money. Guy: My sister died because of me. Girl: My sister died because of me too, well actually my dad. Guy: Nobody loves me. Girl: Nobody loves me and the loan sharks are after me because mom borrowed money....This book irritated me. I have never read other works from this author so I may just have purchased the wrong book for my tastes...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not always the best writing but the story concept was great. A little silly at times but the romance was still hot
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be predictable and lacking depth. While reading this it seemed to skip round. I found it distracting and hard to follow. There was not much depth in the main characters and I think this ebook could have been so much more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a very good book. I enjoyed it very much. Now if I can just find more like it. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awsome read
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Great book! I will read more from this author!