by Kate Hewitt

April 2008
ISBN: 978-0-373-12722-1
Reviewer Graphic Button Harlequin
Mass Market Paperback

The Greek Tycoon’s Convenient Bride will keep you busy turning the pages of Kate Hewitt’s latest book. It is an excellent story and an ending you will not expect but so perfect for the story. It is well written and a warm loving story.

Rhiannon Davies’s old friend knocks on her door just before her death - but she leaves behind a baby and has named the baby’s father to be a wealthy Greek tycoon. Feeling it is her responsibility to find Annabel’s father - Lukas Petrakides - she sets out to find him and tell him about his daughter. Is he the real father or was her friend misleading her?

Lukas is very attracted to Rhiannon, but like her the past will not let him close to another woman. He has suffered much pain and so has she. Once things are understood that Annabel was not fathered by Lukas, Rhiannon will not let Annabel go unless she knows she will be well taken care of and loved. What about the real father, will he step up and take care of her? If not, who will? They feel a responsibility to Annabel, but for two different reasons. Rhiannon loves her and Lukas thinks it is the right thing to do.

Will all the confusion bring these two together? Do the twist of the wealthy family change Rhiannon’s wants to take the baby and run? Will they find love?

Be sure to get your copy of The Greek Tycoon’s Convenient Bride for I plan on my copy going to my keeper shelf. I also look forward to reading other books by Kate Hewitt.

Reviewed in April 2008 by Theresa.

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