Pregnant by the Greek Tycoon

Pregnant by the Greek Tycoon

by Kim Lawrence

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Overview



After a whirlwind marriage to Greek billionaire Angolos Constantine, Georgie was pregnant--and was sure Angolos would be delighted. Instead, he told her to "go away and never come back." So that was exactly what she did. Angolos has never seen his son--until now!

In fact, Angolos Constantine didn't think he could have children, and now he's not prepared to let this miracle go. Even though Georgie seems to hate him, he'll have what's rightfully his...by whatever means possible!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426859137
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/01/2010
Series: The Greek Tycoons , #2480
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 72,230
File size: 479 KB

About the Author

Kim Lawrence was encouraged by her husband to write when the unsocial hours of nursing didn’t look attractive! He told her she could do anything she set her mind to, so Kim tried her hand at writing. Always a keen Mills & Boon reader, it seemed natural for her to write a romance novel – now she can’t imagine doing anything else. She is a keen gardener and cook and enjoys running on the beach with her Jack Russell. Kim lives in Wales.

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Pregnant by the Greek Tycoon 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 58 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book.grate story
Anonymous 11 months ago
Great read
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Georgette, a British student who hopes to become a teacher, meets Angolos, a Greek businessman, while on vacation with her family. After a whirlwind romance, the pair of them marry and move to Greece. However, once Angolos is told that Georgette is pregnant, he inexplicably tells her to leave forever. Angolos, although he has not told his new wife this, has been left sterile after cancer treatment, and he is certain that this baby is not his. He doesn't bother with a paternity test; instead, he sends Georgette money every month. But Georgette, who realizes her dream of becoming a teacher, doesn't touch his money, and she contents herself to raising Angolos' son alone - until one of Angolos' friends sees Georgette's son and tells Angolos that the boy is a dead ringer for Angolos. Angolos goes to England in an attempt to win back the woman he still loves and his miracle son.I was really hoping that this book would be great; the premise sounded interesting to me. However, the writing style never really clicked with me, and the plot became even more ridiculous. The drama in Angolos' relationship with Georgette was stupid; if only he'd sat down and talked with her for just a few minutes, everything would have been worked out for them. I mean, seriously, what kind of worldly man just kicks out a woman he loves who is claiming to be his child, a child that he wants to believe is his, without so much as a paternity test? Especially if the man only assumes that he's sterile; he's never had any testing done that shows that he actually IS sterile. So, in spite of obviously being good in business, Angolos is quite stupid.Georgette is a rather likable character for the most part; she's not the same backward girl she once was, and it's nice seeing her be feisty. But she has a tendency to be too whiny and forgiving. Yes, Angolos is stupid, but the misunderstandings are also partially her fault, as well. If either one of them had just bothered to talk to one another, this story could have been wrapped up in just a few pages.Speaking of wrapping up the story, the author really threw in too many things at the end to keep the story going. Characters abruptly changed entire personalities without explanation, crazy events happened just to pad the page count, and more miracles occurred. In the end, I was glad to be done with the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved It!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Harlequin books should be a form of escape from everyday problems. While I know the characters have problems they shouldn't be those that people deal with that bring sadness through memories of loved ones that suffered diseases who didn't recover. He could have been sterile from something else. Hate these type of stories.
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Not her best but it was still good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got a little confused when it was talking n past and present
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Fell in love with the characters!
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I really enjoyed this book! Must buy!
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Waste of time
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Love it
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