The Marakaios Marriage Paperback
by Kate Hewitt
Part of the The Marakaios Brides series
The tycoon's runaway wife! One magical week was all it took for shy Lindsay Douglas to fall for charismatic Antonios Marakaios.
But after a whirlwind marriage the pressure and loneliness of life as the proud Greek's wife proved too much for Lindsay, and her only option was to leave.
Now her determined husband has returned with one last demand: attend a family gathering in exchange for the final severing of ties.
But Antonios's voice still sends shivers down Lindsay's spine and reminds her of how devastating their desire still is.
Could one week be enough to fall back in love? The Marakaios Brides, Powerful Greeks meet their match!
Proud Greek blood flows through the veins of brothers Antonios and Leonidas Marakaios.
With determination and ruthlessness they have built their family's empire to global heights.
It has been their sole focus, even to the exclusion of love.
But now two women look set to challenge their pride, their passion and their marriage vows!
Book 1: The Marakaios Marriage Book 2: The Marakaios Baby Praise for Kate Hewitt Commanded by the Sheikh 4.5* RT Book Review Edgy emotion fills the pages of this narrative. Olivia and the sheikh are the consummate couple whose candor, humility and vulnerability shine through.
Captured by the Sheikh 4* RT Book Review Austere desert beauty sets the stage for Hewitt's poignant tale of loss, revenge and redemption.
The genuine synergetic contact with the Bedouins inspires, and the love scenes are passionately sincere.
A Queen for the Taking 4.5* RT Book Review Hewitt puts a modern twist on this marriage-of-convenience story set in absolute luxury.
The vulnerable hero hides behind his ruthless facade while the heroine is wracked by guilt, making their dialogue emotionally charged and their physical encounters sizzle.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 192 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 17/04/2015
- Category: Adult & contemporary romance
- ISBN: 9780263248692
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