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Mills and Boon have grown to become Australia’s undisputed market leader in romance and fiction books. Beth Cornelison started writing stories as a child when she penned a tale about the adventures of her cat, Ajax.

Mills and Boon have grown to become Australia’s undisputed market leader in romance and fiction books. Millions of women across the globe have been entranced by our fiction books, reaching into their handbags or to their bookshelves to spend a few hours transported into a fantasy world of danger, passion, and romance. As a teenager, Beth swore three things: She'd never work in fast food, never attend the University of Georgia and never date a man with a mustache.

Start by marking The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child: A Secret . Nothing like the book title says. I was hoping for a quick romance and a pregnancy discovery.

Start by marking The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child: A Secret Baby Romance as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Not what I was expecting. What really happened was a drawn out romance and a baby seconds before the novel ends. It was kind of disappointing.

Catherine Spencer, once an English teacher, fell into writing through eavesdropping on a conversation about Harlequin® Romances. Within two months she changed careers, and sold her first book to Mills & Boon® in 1984

Catherine Spencer, once an English teacher, fell into writing through eavesdropping on a conversation about Harlequin® Romances. Within two months she changed careers, and sold her first book to Mills & Boon® in 1984. She moved to Canada from England thirty years ago and lives in Vancouver. She is married to a Canadian and has four grown children-two daughters and two sons (and now eight grandchildren)-plus two dogs. In her spare time she plays the piano, collects antiques, and grows tropical shrubs.

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By the time Emily has proved her integrity, it’s too late. She’s fallen for the daredevil Greek. His risk-taking lifestyle is no place for cautious Emily – let alone the love-child she’s now carrying!

By the time Emily has proved her integrity, it’s too late. His risk-taking lifestyle is no place for cautious Emily – let alone the love-child she’s now carrying! ਹੋਰ ਪੜ੍ਹੋ. Catherine Spencer ਵੱਲੋਂ ਹੋਰ. ਹੋਰ ਦੇਖੋ. The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child: A Secret Baby Romance.

Mills & Boon is a romance imprint of British publisher Harlequin UK Ltd. It was founded in 1908 by Gerald Rusgrove Mills and Charles Boon as a general publisher. In 1971, the publisher was bought by the Canadian company Harlequin Enterprises, its North American distributor based in Toronto, with whom it had a long informal partnership

Catherine Spencer, once an English teacher, fell into writing through eavesdropping on a conversation about Harlequin® Romances.


Comments: (6)

avanger
it is an ok book , it draged a little in some places. this author has many excellent books and some bad ones, this one falls in the middle . moderately recommended .
Drelahuginn
It's great book!!!!!
Gela
I actually loved this book I could not put the book down. I read this book in 6 hours. The characters were interesting. The realtionship between the son and the father gave me a laugh. It was obvious that the son and father had issues but the father loved the son. I think that once the nurse and the son began their relationshp the story picked up. I finished this book at 3 a.m. this morning and I now looking for more books from this author. I bought the book because I needed something to read but I did not want to spend a lot of money but I would have paid more for this book if I needed to.
Yozshujinn
Would love the read this book, as I'm sure would others, but cannot dowload. Would appreciate if this problem could be fixed
Kiaile
I gave this story two stars and I'll explain why. I didn't necessarily dislike the story line but I found that there was a lot of unnecessary dialogue between the hero and the heroine Emily and Nikolaos, they had these verbal sparring matches that were neither exciting or funny, rather just long winded in my opinion. Also this is the first time I have experienced a wishy washy hero. Niko seemed so indecisive about whether he was pursing Emily for his own nefarious reasons or whether it was do to a genuine attraction for her, and because he couldn't seem to decide his motives, I as a reader was confused and frustrated.

The premise of this story is that Niko meets Emily after she becomes his 80 year old father's nurse who has suffered a serious fall while visiting Canada, along with the fact that the father is generally in poor health to begin with. Niko is instantly suspicious of Emily with no real reason for it; he believes that she is a gold-digger. Why? Because his father seems to like her and the two have a cordial, friendly and warm relationship, which is something Niko seems to be lacking with his own father. The general coldness and distain that father and son show each other is just horrible, they neither have a kind or considerate word for one another despite the fact that the older man is pretty much coming to the end of his life rapidly.

Emily essentially becomes piggy in the middle she has to show consideration and care for her employer who has hired her to do a job, while at the same time she is deeply attracted to said employers son; who he virtually hates with a passion. It's a true mess to say the least and to add into the mix as I stated earlier Niko isn't sure from one moment to the next whether or not he sees Emily as saint or sinner. The only redeeming thing about this book was that from the start Emily never shied away from expressing the attraction she left for Niko, when asked how she felt she told him flat out.

Perhaps I am the wrong person to give a more objective review of this book because I didn't finish it, which is a rarity with me and books, but in this instance I just couldn't make myself. All the volleying and all over the place and long winded take a year and a day dialogue between these two, not to mention the complete loathing and animosity that Niko and his father showed towards one another combined to make this story a complete turn off. I didn't feel any desire to continue it and see how they reached their "inevitable harlequin happy ending" for me it would have rang false when for the first 100 or so pages each character is either overly suspicious of the other or they hate each others guts.

I hope someone else has a better review and view point then I did. I truly hate to give a negative review if I can help it. Happy Reading......
Malalrajas
The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child by Catherine Spencer is a wonderful story about two people who fall in love and then have to work to overcome the very real conflict that threatens that love. Emily comes to Greece as a nurse to Niko's injured father. The old man is a difficult patient but Emily is equally strong-willed and they have grown fond of each other. She soon discovers that Niko and his father do not get along and never have. It breaks her heart to see the animosity between them. Niko is suspicious of Emily initially, thinking her a gold digger after his father's money, but soon comes to see her as she really is: a competent nurse and a kind-hearted woman. They fall in love, but Emily's need for security (because of a difficult childhood) and Niko's need for adventure (he risks his life to fly aid planes to war-torn countries) do not allow for a happy future. The various relationships are realistic and involving. It's refreshing to read a romance in which the characters discuss their problems rather than let a flimsy misunderstanding keep them apart. Flawless, elegant writing and the lush setting also enhace the story. This book is a winner.
The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child (Mills & Boon Romance) (Romance HB) download epub
Contemporary
ISBN: 0263207358
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin, Mills & Boon