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This review is from: Playing the Greek's Game (Mills & Boon Modern) (Paperback)Emma is an interior designer for the Granchester hotel in London. She has been called up to the office of the boss and owner Zac Constantinides. Zac does not grace this hotel with his presence very much, so Emma wondered why on earth he wanted to see her.
Zac was furious he had asked to see Emma because he knew she was a gold digger, she had got her claws into his brother Nat, who very soon would come into a large inheritance. So Zac was prepared to do anything to remove Emma from Nat's presence.
Unable to persuade her to do as he wants, he transfers her to his New York hotel, where he can keep an eye on her.
What Zac doesn't know is that his brother Nat and Emma are just friends nothing more, and when Emma tells Nat what has happened, he asks Emma not to enlighten his brother as to their true relationship. This way while his brother Zac was busy keeping Emma under close watch he could for once live his life without his brothers interference. This seems like a good plan, and Emma cannot wait to see the look on Zac's face when he discovers the truth. There is only one slight problem Emma had not realised that she would be so attracted to Zac, and if she is not mistaken he feels the same. But with her supposed relationship with Nat between them, nothing can happen.
Loved this story, okay so Zac is arrogant and rude, he gets really grumpy as well because he wants Emma, but believes she is attached to his brother, the more frustrated he gets the grumpier he gets. He is rather old fashioned in his ideas regarding women, but he was so appealing, I loved him. Emma is not the woman Zac believes her to be, she has had things rough, but has now found her niche with interior design. My favourite scene is when Zac finds out he's been fooled by Emma and Nat, loved it!
This is a hot and sexy read from this author, a recommended read.