I don't even know how to start my review. Good grief. This book was bad. Bad. Bad. Very bad. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because there are some books out there way worse And I try not to give 1 star, because that is just cruel.
But back to this wretched book. Here we have Marisa. Poor girl, meets a man who puts her up in a penthouse, buys her nice things, and takes her out to eat.
Enter the brother in law of the guy who's giving Marisa access to a better life. Athan. He's Greek. He's powerful. He's sexy. He wants what he wants, and he gets what he wants. He can't allow his sister to be married to a womanizer with a mistress. So, he decides to *date* her. And he woos her, gets her to go to some island paradise with him, sleeps with her,(the sex was just OK.), and then when they return to London, he dumps her and tells her she can never see his BIL again. Ridiculousness. Fast forward, he can't stop thinking about her. Regrets not keeping her as his mistress. Yada Yada Yada. Well, the big secret relationship (which I figured out in the first chapter) is finally revealed. And Marisa has to decide if she will forgive Athan. Athan has to come to terms with his mistrust and control issues. Frankly, he needs therapy (which they never addressed in the 100+ pages of this book). And Marisa needs a life coach. She's so sheltered, she wouldn't know an abusive relationship if it smacked her in the face.
Don't even look at the cover of this book. It's a waste, and you'll never get back the 10 seconds it takes to read the title.