The Greek's Christmas Bride
Apollo has no intention of getting married. His father ran through wives like they were disposable and Apollo doesn't want to follow in his footsteps. But upon his father's death he finds a clause in the will. He must marry and produce a child in the next five years or his entire inheritance will go to the tons of ex-wives. Apollo loves his island home and his job, so he begins hunting for a wife. But this wife must be a special sort of person. No clingy, prone to love, gold-diggers are allowed. So he chooses the one woman he knows can't stand him - Pixie. Pixie is in some financial difficulties and Apollo agrees to help her out of the tight spot if she'll marry him. It will just be until a child is born. Then they can divorce and Pixie will raise the child alone, but in luxury.
I love this author. She writes with a passion that comes through to the readers. The story line might have been done before, but Graham adds her own style and twists. The main characters are always well fleshed out and relatable. The plot has some angst, which is typical of her writing style. But it also a true romance with a happily ever after ending. Definitely another hit in my book.
I received this book from NetGalley. All opinions expressed are my own.
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