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on 19 March 2011
I have read so many modern romance books that few make me think back at them.,..this is one of them...an amazing journey between a sweet English woman and a Greek man with true Greek traits like honor and emotion and a great depiction of true Greek island and Athens not some fake made up non existing island I usually read about...Being Greek myself I totally loved this book...
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on 20 December 2009
Ruthless Greek Boss, Secretary Mistress by the very talented Abby Green takes one on a very ruthless journey with a high degree of sensuality and explodes with passion! It was so incredibly dangerous and intense and I couldn't put it down nor at times stop crying. It was that extreme and emotional.

Rich, ruthless, handsome, and determined doesn't even begin to describe Aristotle Levakis. He goes through women like sands through an hour glass. One day he slams into his secretary in the elevator and notices all of her lucious curves. When he takes a closer look at her and realizes he's beyond attracted to her curves, he desparately wants her not only in his boardroom but also in his bedroom. He's working on a secret deal and has the perfect plan because she's signed a confidentially agreement. He'll take her with him to Athens making sure she's not only working with him on the merger, he'll also make sure she shares his bed. He is absolutely relentless in persuing her, coming on to her, telling her it's only a matter of time, touching her, kissing her senseless and poor Lucy Proctor is so overwhelmed as she too is attracted to him. However, her childhood is holding her back and memories of her mother's men.

Lucy Proctor doesn't even have a clue just how lovely she is both inside and out and tries to camoflage her looks by wearing glasses, tying her hair up and wearing baggy clothes. She's been working a few years for the striking and brilliant Greek boss and he definitely unsettles her. On top of eveything else, whenever Ari breaks up with his georgeous lovers, he has Lucy buy gifts and sending thank yous notes to his latest flavor of the month and she doesn't approve. When he suddenly comes on to her she's taken back and can't believe he could be attracted to someone like her.

The weeks spent together working, playing, making love were fantastic to read. Ari was relentless in persuing her and couldn't seem to get enough of her. It was a very confusing time for him. And for Lucy, she realizes she's in trouble because she's aware that she loves him and knows it will not be returned and their affair will soon have to end.

During the final chapters of this wonderful and brilliantly written romance by master storyteller Ms. Green, be prepared for tears and up and down emotions. In the end, the message was very clear for both Ari and Lucy.....they had both been alone and lonely. However, Lucy did have a mother who loved her but Ari had no one to neither love him nor stand up for him. What I took away from Ruthless Greek Boss, Secretary Mistress was for both Lucy and Ari was their realizing what's important in life. For them it was security, acceptance for who they each were and most importantly, being loved.

Book Description:

Three Weeks in the Boss's Bed!

Lucy Proctor watches the women who come and go in Aristotle Levakis' life. She has no desire to join them, despite Ari's devastating good-looks, and is perfectly content as his assistant - or so she tries to convince herself!

Ari shouldn't find his prim and plump secretary attractive, but something about her calls to him. He knows there is only one way to overcome this desire - and that is to sate it...
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on 1 August 2014
A very sensual and powerful romance. A really great story with a really challening Greek hero - Aristole and Lucy Proctor, a plucky but fragile heroine. The best part about this romance is the way that Ari becomes unwittingly obsessed for Lucy, primarily at first for her stunning volumputous body but then later for her love and understanding. Ari is relentless in his chasing and Lucy does'nt stand a chance of escape. I thought Lucy was great. I really liked the way that she stood up to Ari and developed a sence of self-worth and survival.
I loved the very erotic 'clothes' scene where Ari is shaken to his core. Definately buy this as its brilliant!
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on 8 June 2015
For the life of me, I cannot recall an Abby Green book that has ever wowed me (I wait to be corrected); I always feel she could have done so much better if she put a bit more thought into the dialogue and ambience and if supporting characters were introduced. Mostly, her H's seem to have no friends or work colleagues which makes her books that much more implausible (ironic, given this is harlequin world).

I have only just read this book and it made no impression whatsoever and sadly, I am not bothered to remember what transpired. Yawn.
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on 11 December 2009
Have just finished Ruthless Greek Boss, Secretary Mistress, and found it very enjoyable. It was also good to read a Mills & Boon that featured a heroine with curves instead of a run-of-the-mill beautiful stick insect.
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on 25 June 2013
I have read lots from this author,this was not one of her best. It was lacking. The characters lacked substance, Ari was too arrogant with nothing else and the female character was too submissive. I did get bored half way through.
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on 11 June 2013
This book was an easy read featuring the curvy innocent secretary who under dresses in order to not be noticed and the Greek handsome wealthy boss who finds himself attracted to her.
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on 2 November 2013
I have read this more than once. Nice story and well written. Parts are, of course, rather unbelievable but that is part of the escapism and the charm of the story
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on 11 May 2014
A wonderful read with wonderful locations, I couldn't put this book down. And it was lovely to know the after events of their lives a few years later.
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