Reader Review: I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, however I didn't feel the author expressed the emotions of the characters as much as in the other two. I felt that the character development was lost a little because the author spent too much time on characters from the previous books I had been waiting for this book and was slightly disappointed. Still the book was worth reading, it just wasn't great.
Greek hotel magnate Chrysander Anetakis's former mistress was pregnant? And had amnesia? That meant Marley Jameson didn't remember betraying him by selling company secrets. Or that he'd thrown her out of his life. So he told her a little white lie: they were engaged. Then he swept her away to his Greek island to await the birth of his baby and enjoy her sudden devotion...before tossing her out.But he didn't count on Marley regaining her memory so soon.
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress||Series: The Anetakis Tycoons, , #1|
|Release Date: 01-01-2009|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Desire||Store Sales Rank: 4138|
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The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress
Despite the warmth of the summer day, an uncomfortable chill settled over Marley Jameson's skin as she settled on the bench in the small garden just a few blocks from the apartment she shared with Chrysander Anetakis.
She shivered even as the sun's rays found her tightly clenched fingers, the heat not yet chasing away the goose bumps. Stavros wouldn't be happy over her brief disappearance. Neither would Chrysander when Stavros reported that she hadn't taken proper security measures. But dragging along the imposing guard to her doctor's appointment hadn't been an option. Chrysander would have known of her pregnancy before she could even return home to tell him herself.
How would he react to the news? Despite the fact they'd taken precautions, she was eight weeks pregnant. The best she could surmise, it had happened when he'd returned from an extended business trip overseas. Chrysander had been insatiable. But then so had she.
A bright blush chased the chill from her cheeks as she remembered the night in question. He had made love to her countless times, murmuring to her in Greekwarm, soft words that had made her heart twist.
She checked her watch and grimaced. He was due home in a few short hours, and yet here she sat like a coward, avoiding the confrontation. She still had to change out of the faded jeans and T-shirt, clothes she wore only when he was away.
With reluctance born of uncertainty, she forced herself to her feet and began the short walk to the luxurious building that housed Chrysander's apartment.
"You're being silly," she muttered under her breath as she neared the entry. If the doorman was surprised to see her on foot, he didn't show it, though he did hasten to usher her ins...
Title: The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress
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Number of Comments: 5 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
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The first book in The Anetakis Tycoons Series
October 25, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Holon, Israel
I was so happy to see that Maya Banks is writing for Harlequin and when I finished reading The Tycoon's Pregnant Mistress I was even happier because it was a great story. The hero Chrysander was a very alpha male that wanted to protect Marley as soon as he heard she is pregnant and has amnesia. As with most Harlequin books there was a big misunderstanding between the hero and heroine that was eventfully resolved. I thought it was a very emotional story and I was pleased to hear that Chrysander brothers will have their own stories.
Not what I was hoping for.
August 4, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Missouri, US
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, however I didn't feel the author expressed the emotions of the characters as much as in the other two. I felt that the character development was lost a little because the author spent too much time on characters from the previous books I had been waiting for this book and was slightly disappointed. Still the book was worth reading, it just wasn't great.
Ms Banks makes you feel as if you are actually a p
July 2, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Mississippi
Ms Banks makes you feel as if you are actually a part of this amazing book. The characters developed nicely to make you want to keep reading more about this family.
I was quite disappointed with this story and belie
June 2, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from New York
I was quite disappointed with this story and believe that it has so much more potential. Marley is completely wimpy--the oh I can't live without your love type. Very weak and shameful to women kind. Chys. is too aloof and cool Overall not a good read.
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