The vast Chantry House estate is owned by Atreus Dionides, billionaire Greek shipping tycoon. Lindy Ryman had never seen the tanned master of the estate until one day while taking an impromptu skinny-dip to cool herself off. But is Lindy ready to be just another inexperienced. The vast Chantry House estate is owned by Atreus Dionides, billionaire Greek shipping tycoon. Lindy Ryman had never seen the tanned. Greek Tycoon, Inexperienced Mistress. Front Cover. Lynne Graham. Harlequin Mills & Boon, – Love stories – pages.
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It’s like having a narcissist man and borderline woman in a relationship and expecting they will have a HEA. Did I think at times she yreek a fool?
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Married for the Italian’s Heir. There’s an epilogue three years later with twins on the way. It wasn’t one of those where they’ve already broken up and the author goes back to tell their story or tells of them getting back together.
Aug 06, Pea rated it liked it. I just never liked either of them. I also recommend that if you want to read all three, that you read them in order. But Lindy really touched me and though she was very naive and way too accommodating to him, my heart still broke for her. She turns him down. Lindy was right to declare she wouldn’t have him back if he groveled. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
And then he tells her she is his mistress and she isn’t good enough for him to marry. When she finally apologizes, for which total weakass lameness I will not forgive her, Atreus tells Lindy that he never slept with the other woman. This first half of this was — well, let’s just say not the best writing in the world, but an interesting enough story that I was willing to go with it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. July Harlequin Presents. That is, view spoiler [ until Lindy’s frenemy, Ben, throws a wrench in the works, playing on her insecurities about her body and the fact that Atreus was photo’d in a paper with someone skinnier and “prettier”.
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Why can’t authors understand that what readers want is to actually see how the couples fall in love and not told! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Disgusting characters, not a romance. Inexperinced wanted to see more of him than the cold callous one. It’s still enjoyable though and I liked Lindy a lot. Then somewhere ggeek the line we lost all input from the hero — no POV, no indication of any kind of feeling towards the heroine whatsoever — and the book became about as romantic as a root canal.
The two start having sex and basically continue doing so for 18 months. But Lindy came down to earth mistrss two bumps, first when Atreus revealed she was just his weekend mistress; his bride would be selected from the upper echelons of Greek society. The beginning felt really rushed and combined with his horrible treatment didn’t exactly endear me to this book. He offered nothing of caring towards her out the bedroom.
I am giving this book five stars just for entertaining the hell out of me.
Greek Tycoon, Inexperienced Mistress : Lynne Graham :
The heroine legit treats the H like garbage- has sex with her on weekends and goes away to accompany OW all over the place. This is the second HP I’ve read where the heroine gets pregnant in spite of the Hero conscientiously putting on a condom in a manner almost bordering on OCD so I just had to find out how effective they are against pregnancies.
He just very unfeeling and was only thinking about below the belt thus treating Lindy likewise. And what is up with the hero and heroine having complimentary baggage in Hps? Atreus was a serious POS when Lindy started wanting to know where the relationship was headed. The h and H meet on his property as she is a tenant at the small guest house. The passion and chemistry between Atreus, and Lindy was sizzling hot. This is the third book in the Pregnant Brides trilogy.
Even if she does give in with the typical HP arguement, “the baby should have two parents”, when she really means I’m hot in mah pants for you.
Which can happen in a Lynne Graham novel. He tells her how in love with her he is and how much he missed her and was so lucky he got his second chance with her. Independent woman making the best of a situation!!! Turns out that he is going to have a child with her although she decides that he probably won’t be the best daddy material since he inexoerienced now hooked up with a blonde stick figure with impeccable social credentials.
Overall the book was okay. It just was all misteess the place and choppy. It’s not even fun self-torture. He was sweet in the end. The Italian Demands His Heirs: And I call her Fatty McWhiner because she’s one of those heroines who wastes her energy whining about how fat she is and how no one will ever love her because she’s not beautiful and blonde and thin and wah wah wah, I’m going to eat a cheeseburger and make potpourri.
Between the two men in her life she wasn’t treated like she should have. One Night with His Wife.