A dramatic love story set to an ancient Greek legend.
very entertaining read.
De verdad, tanto cuesta entender conceptos Como pu etas me pintan en la sinopsis y en el libro una Heroina inocentona cuando estuvo casada varios a os, y era un matrimonio aparentemente normal Qu hac a con el ex marido en esos a os, jugar al parchis Contarse cuentos por las noches Que a m ni me molesta ni me deja de molestar si es divorciada, viuda o coja Lo que me irrita es que nos tomen el pelo Eso, o algunos autores necesitan volver a clases.
i enjoyed the mythology, emotion, connection, and challenges in this book i really liked how P and L s relationship was echoed in the story of achilles i would derinitely read this book again i really like the ening too, from the return to the house and the meaning inferred to and with the river styx read and enjoy Well, what can I say Despite the as ever ridiculous tycoon title, it is very difficult to believe that this is a Harlequin The heroine is a mature, divorced non virgin with a real job and does not abuse, being ignored or browbeaten as a sign of eternal love Granted the hero is a brooder, but he is also a lost soul in search of love and lightness Character development folks There are a few of the tropes that live in Harley land, but overall this was a pretty impressive piece of work.
Hats off to you, Ms Gordon.
5 estrellas, La sinopsis es muy insulsa, pens que era m s de lo mismo, me sorprendi por completo ha sido una de las historias Harlequ n que m s me ha atrapado Toda una tragedia griega Me encant que los protas fueran mayores, ambos con defectos, y la protagonista con mucho car cter, as mismo las partes donde narraban parte de las leyendas y mitos sobre personajes griegos.
The Guy Lysandros ACHILLES Demetriou Got that name Know the myths about the guy Like, at all Well, it don t matter, because the author is going to use up some of her word count by telling you all about the Home rboy and constantly drawing parallels between her hero and one of THE heroes of all litracha.
The Setup A Vegas casino Lysandros is there wasting his money while Petra s mom marries Husband whatever He sees some dowded down little teenager, but decides to mope about his own problems like Achilles sulking in his tent He wanders off and goes to the observation platform and apparently is about to jump off when the dowdy teen stops him Being in an oh so vulnerable moment, he starts to unload on her and snaps to enough so that he doesn t carry out his suicide plans He gives the girl a smooch and goes off Flash forward 15 years Lysandros is at another of the film star s weddings, this time in Greece Now he s become a cold and embittered shipping magnate But he sees the teen all grown up and the past comes back to him and just how special she is to him Luckily she s totes in lurve with him too and the rest of the story is all a matter of her trying to get him to unburden himself and trust her.
The Good Stuff Well, I liked the Greek references At first Then they just got heavy handed and took up way too much word count Still, it was a quick read and it wasn t OTT WTF until the very end view spoiler A bullet into a ceiling brings the house down Literally hide spoiler This was by far the oddest Mills Boon I ve ever read really wierd