EPUB The Greek's Secret Passion
EPUB The Greek's Secret Passion
T on his Greek mentality He s almost elieved when he sees her in bed with another guy as it gives him a way out of a complicated situation than he expected having fun with tourists This is harsh eality than omance But he was 18 years old so that helps me forgive him and choosing to the Greek sweetheart was ealistic although I think this will upset a lot of eaders I actually preferred that the OW wasn t demonized It made his conflict poignant Dmitri and Molly find each other again 16 years later He s a bit arrogant and insulting Indistractable rich Greek style but apologizes pretty uickly if he says something hurtful and iseally not even on the HP nasty jerk spectrum He s a Jacques Prevert really good man devoted father etc I felt the year of theiromance was ushed but I loved that heroine moved on with other men although hated the lack of passion in her marriageit makes it seem like she didn t move on as much as Dmitri did I didn t get the sense that she had the love and happiness that the hero did But I liked the normal courtshipno blackmail and omance they have with eal world scenes about thinks like who pays for meals Once they are together I think if she had taken i. Her new neighbor DimitriA single father Dimitri is still as gorgeous as ever and it is inevitable that he and Molly should fall into bed together again But for how long.
Sharon Kendrick ✓ 7 Free ead
A 2nd chance tale with a thread of ealism this actually made me a little sad because the h was so into the H yet always having to control her feelings and being nonchalant Always in control and guarding herselfresonated with me Pasi n Griega Spanish Version Um amor secreto Sharon Kendrick Paix o 02 paperback Nice book but I felt so sorry for Molly I like my heroines to be a little strong and not that sacrificing One word Dimitri This is not a book with a crazy burning passion that kept hero from having feelings for any other woman This is a ealistic sweet story of finding your first love again against a bittersweet backdrop of a cheating Greek sowing his oats What if heroine was one of the oats Hero and heroine were both 18 years old he s a Greek playing around with tourists before he settles down with the woman he plans to marry He eally does love the woman but it s expected that he can sow some oats before settling down He does have stronger feelings for the heroine than the other women he sleeps with but ultimately you got the sense he would have still married his sweetheart as expected although heroine having been a virgin had a big impac. Once upon a time Molly had shared a passionate omance with Dimitri Nicharos on an idyllic Greek island Now in London over fifteen years later Molly is shocked to meet.
Sk she would have known he wanted earlier I liked that 34 year old heroine felt her biological clock ticking Also ealistic than unplanned pregnancy from one time on birth control sure that can happen but to the entire population i actually enjoyed it n did not miss one page however overall i did not like it n will not ead it again i felt very bad 4 molly i was waiting 4 her 2 say ok i m cutting my losses n leaving u gonna be wid a man who actually want a elationship wid me but no instead she took what crumbs der was left 4 her 4 god s sake he did not even look 4 u in 16years 16 years they were separated n never did he look 4 her they met by chance ofc dimitri was supposed 2 think she had been wid another man but he did admit at the end dat he did not eally believe dat but he wanted 2 believe dat at one point he told her dat malantha did not mind his elationship wid her bcoz malantha knew dat he had other girls but ultimately he wud eturn 2 her n he seemed eally upset abt his wife s death though it had been 15years ago dimitri maybe loved molly but not enough it was heartbreaking i even found tears in my eyes Very good emotional and very sexy. Dimitri and his daughter were eturning to Greece and he's determined to keep their affair a secret Only Molly wants to be than his mistress but is he eady and willin.
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