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A great read with hidden depths,
This review is from: The Greek Tycoon's Convenient Bride (Mills & Boon Modern) (Paperback)Rhiannon only went to France to do what she saw as her duty to her dying friend. She had no idea the man she went to find would both distrust her and yet arouse feelings of desire she had never known before. Lukas has devoted himself to duty, swearing never to give into the weakness of love and yet Rhiannon affects him more than he cares to admit.
This is another excellent read by Kate Hewitt. Rhiannon and Lukas have both suffered intense emotional pain in their past which is shown to affect the way they behave throughout the book with skilful plotting. Once again the descriptive passages work on all the senses and whisk the reader off to the warmth of a Greek island.
I can't wait to read Kate's next book.