Pollyanna and the Greek Billionaire (Innocent and Betrayed)

Pollyanna and the Greek Billionaire (Innocent and Betrayed)

by Marian Tee

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BN ID: 2940152317855
Publisher: Jaded Speck Publishing
Publication date: 02/11/2016
Series: Innocent and Betrayed , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 31,603
File size: 713 KB

About the Author

Marian Tee is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of steamy romantic comedies. She is Filipino-Chinese, has lived all her life in the Philippines, and is a frustrated mangaka. She is addicted to horror flicks, misses hip hop dancing, and loves all things Japanese.

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Pollyanna and the Greek Billionaire (Innocent and Betrayed) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love pollyanna and Kyri's story!! I can't wait to read the rest!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
82 pages why write a book with so little pages thank goodness it eas free
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Pollyanna and The Greek Billionaire is a story of heartbreak, innocence and betrayal. Ms. Tee writes seductive stories full of emotional uncertainty. I am a fan of her work but the one thing I would change is the multi book format. It takes away from the story when you have to wait to see what happens next in the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow I just read this book and it was fantastic! This is part one of 3 books and I'm getting the second in a minute so I can continue reading...
Erani_Kole More than 1 year ago
*received an ARC in exchange for an honest review* Awww!!!! Marian wrote this so well with dealing out the punishments for Kyrillos that eventually I felt bad for the guy. *cries* I actually began to get annoyed with Pollyanna for the way she acted, but at the same time I couldn't because- as we saw with her pregnancies in the last book -she's actually a spitfire by nature who was raised to be a proper little lady. So you can imagine the struggle she'd have after THAT ordeal... I was extremely disappointed with Kyr in the previous book for his one mistake, but it was ONE mistake (okay and a few more), and he made up for it and then some in this last installment. Definitely reminded me that if you love someone, you'll look at all the things they've done, good and bad, and figure out for yourself whether or not they're worth it. The writing was great, as is usual with this author, and flowed so well, that it swept me away before I could complain about wanting to see more suffering from the characters (hmm, that sounds a bit sadistic... Tee owes me a new white shirt). She has a way with writing through Pollyanna and Kry's POVs that I felt well invested in the characters. I felt his struggle with knowing what true humility was. With Polly, she had a hard time staying true to herself and turning her heart cold, thinking it was the best way to survive such a betrayal. This made me miss her original character. She eventually finds it again, but I missed it in this story; that mindset of utter trust in someone you connect with, loving them unconditionally. I'm really glad she finds her way back to herself with the help of her kids. :) This series has been such an emotional adventure, dealing with young marriage and struggling with a career, being a mom to four kids, DEALING *glares at Kyr* with second thoughts on a relationship that started out on a lie vs one that bloomed from childhood. Polly 3 mostly dealt with what happens after the cheating, and it made me so sad to see Pollyanna struggle with what was the right thing to do for her kids and herself. The story wrapped up nicely with a sweet touch that you can only really get with having children and a mother who's just as innocent, if not naive, about the way the world works. And the ending proved that it didn't matter what anyone thought; as long as their children were happy and love continued to flow, it was all that mattered. (The epilogue is a completely different story that's ruined the way I see Bingo games... and I certain childhood song -_-) I recommend this to those who love a good romance that isn't at all perfect except for when they're in each other's arms. I loved the character development from the other installments, and the drama of juggling a career with family. I absolutely adore the twins and their insightful advice for Mr. and Mrs. Gazis. The ending was amazing, but I must say, I sense a trend of exhibitionism in the epilogues.... yaaaas. Oh, and for those who get squirmish with sex, it's only in the last chapter. And the epilogue. *sings* B-I-N-G-O......