The Greek's Nine-Month Redemption

The Greek's Nine-Month Redemption

by Maisey Yates

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The Greek's Nine-Month Redemption by Maisey Yates

Coming soon! the Greek's Nine-Month Redemption by Maisey Yates will be available Jun 1, 2016.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488000898
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Series: One Night With Consequences
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 113,434
File size: 433 KB

About the Author

 USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit. 


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The Greek's Nine-Month Redemption 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good writing style but the step-sibling forbidden romance plot was uncomfortable. Knowing that they were related (by.marriage) made it hard to enjoy the book. Also the revenge plot seemed illogical. I mean, your biological father comitted suicide so you destroy your step-parent...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is decent, but I would like to point out a common misconception about the legal field that came to light in the epilogue. Yes, it's a big deal to graduate from law school in that families celebrate happily, especially since the tuition days are over. But graduating from law school doesn't make an alumnus a lawyer. It simply makes him a juris doctor who does not yet have the right to practice law. To be a lawyer, you have to pass the bar exam about two months later, and passing the bar is much, much harder than any law school final. I know of many people who had to take the bar exam over several times, the chances of their eventually passing growing smaller the more times they tried, both from a loss of confidence and from time elapsed since legal learning was fresh in their minds. Some people never pass, instead electing related insurance or government work. So although it is an altogether quieter event than graduation, passing the bar is the celebration that counts.
PrincessFiona More than 1 year ago
Probably a 3.5. I usually love Maisey Yates books but this one didn't do it for me as much as some of her other books. I could have forgiven the hero Apollo for his Tomcatting if he hadn't been such a jerk and vice versa. You can't have it both ways in my book. *haha*. This is technically an enemies to lovers, stepbrother romance. I grew up on stepbrother romances so they are catnip. Apollo is a very angry man and full of vengeful thoughts against Elle's father. There is history to justify this anger but I'm always a little doubtful about heroes who take revenge on the daughter of their bitter enemy. Especially when they had a "moment" nine years ago. This book is all about the angry. Angry sex, angry sniping, angry everything. It took a long time for me to warm up to them as a couple and if it hadn't had an epilogue I would have probably been disappointed. Finally no angry.