CONVENIENTLY WED TO THE GREEK by Kandy Shepherd

32905301A marriage for the sake of her baby…

When luxury hotelier Alex Mikhalis encounters the blogger who once nearly destroyed his reputation, he wants to get even. Only Adele Hudson isn’t exactly as he remembers. She’s pregnant and alone, and he can’t stop his protective instincts kicking in!

After a difficult breakup, Adele is very wary of all relationships. She has no choice but to accept the Greek tycoon’s offer of a job, despite their complicated past. But his next suggestion is much more intimate: becoming his convenient wife!


REVIEW:

Kandy Shepherd is one of my favorite romance authors—obviously because her stories reach into your heart and tug at your emotions. Her May 2017 release: Conveniently Wed to the Greek is chock-full of entertainment scenes that will give you a few sighs and surprises. I found the characters as genuine, smart and commanding in their own unique way and I had no issues connecting with them. I was drawn into this fast-paced story by engaging dialogue, lively banter, and the drama. Of course, the overall level of compatibility between Alex and Adele had me hooked. I was addicted to everything unfolding between these two characters who should have been outright enemies due to their past. Yet I found Alex to be charming and attentive. Adele is genuinely tough though she could use the support Alex has to offer.

 As it goes, Adele used her blog as a weapon against Alex three years ago which nearly caused doom for his restaurant. Now she and Alex’s path crosses and there is nothing more that Alex wants than to exact revenge on Adele. But as much as he wants to he resists—because Adele has changed and so has he. He offers her a job and the mutual understanding between them soon becomes something more…

Overall, I found this story to be passionate, touching and immensely satisfying and I definitely would recommend it to romance lovers!

Highly Recommended
5 Stars

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s