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Seduced into the Greek's World

“I want you, Natalie. Not after five o’clock.. Now.”. Every woman has a fantasy she only dares dream about in the dead of night. But for single mum Natali... read more

ISBN: 9781472098702
Published: June 2015


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“I want you, Natalie. Not after five o’clock.


Every woman has a fantasy she only dares dream about in the dead of night. But for single mum Natalie Adams, the reality of an affair in Paris with infamous billionaire, Demitri Makricosta, surpasses even her wildest dreams!

Demitri is astounded by fiery Natalie; one night isn’t enough so to quench his lust he insists she become his mistress. The closer Natalie gets to emotions Demitri has kept locked away, the more he distracts her with dazzling gifts and luxury holidays to ensure that seduction remains the only thing between them…

Praise for Dani Collins

The Russian’s Acquisition 4.5* RT Book Review
Collins’ emotionally charged tale really delivers thanks to flawed characters who are prisoners of their pasts. The inventive narrative showcasing the dynamic couple’s epic power struggles is convincing.

The Ultimate Seduction 4.5* RT Book Review
Collins’ riveting read is a mix of intrigue and steamy romance, set between überopulence and war-torn devastation.

A Debt Paid in Passion 4.5* TOP PICK RT Book Review
Collins’ deception-to-love story with repercussions is calamitous and unconventional, but the realism in her narrative is palpable and heartbreakingly tragic. Her dialogue combines repartee, innuendo and biting commentary, while her couple is honest in their emotions and actions.

Frustrating characters

Rating By R,26/05/2015

This is pretty much what we have come to expect from M&B Modern now and I will say the writing is compelling but I couldn't really take to either of the characters. I found Demetri quite shallow and full of self-pity while I was put right off Natalie when on her first date with Demetri she let another man fondle her thighs and pull her skirt up to see if she could get a reaction from Demetri. Ugh! I just couldn't enjoy the story after this. I know Natalie had to work but she seemed to forget her young daughter back home quite easily at times. This book does round off the Makricosta seriesfor those following it but it just wasn't for me.

Reviewed by Desere Steenberg, South Africa

Rating By Desere,08/06/2015

Every woman heck every man even , has a fantasy they dream about. It's usually in the dead of night when no one is around to hear you accidentally say the dream out loud or do something stupid like make a facial expression that borders on your 'sex face'. In the new Dani Collins read we meet Natalie Adams and we are taken straight into her fantasy when it becomes reality as she embarks on an affair in Paris with infamous billionaire Demitri Makricosta, reality surpasses her wildest dreams and it's a memory she will always treasure. But Demitri has other ideas, one night isn't enough and to quench his new found Natalie-diction he suggests she becomes his mistress. Natalie is course thrown off kilter but show me the woman that will say no to a hot billionaire when she has nothing to lose, but the closer Natalie get's to the emotions that Demtri has carefully locked away the more he distracts her with dazzling gifts and a life of luxury holidays to ensure that seduction is the only that remains between them. But can he really carry on with this little game of seduction only or is Natalie getting to his closed off heart ? The author wrote a very enjoyable read, I very much liked Natalie. She was the kind of heroine most woman think they can be when they get burned in life, but as all woman know, when the time comes it doesn't seem that you are able to really be the person you always told yourself you would be should you get burned. She had spunk but not the overwhelming large dose that some heroine's have, nope just enough to let me know that she will fight to have her little fantasy but she also won't let it shift her focus from her child to the point where she will be a ' it's all about my love life and not what's best for my child' kind of mother . Demitri was of course the typical bastard hero found in the HP line, but he he had a lot more depth than most. The author did a fantastic job of taking this tortured black heart hero with all his emotional closure and turning him into this remarkable man that no woman can resist, and the man certainly had me weak at the knees when he goes from tortured to saved! Loved it!! Strong characters, wonderfully crafted plot and a great ending to a beautiful journey of redemption, self discovery and best of all a stunning message of life being full of surprises and when reality comes knocking it's never what our fantasies were, it's always so much better ! Recommended for all fans of Dani Collins books. 4.5 star review "Fantasy becomes reality but it's not quite what they expected it to be"


Rating By Amanda,06/06/2015

Brilliant and absorbing...Dani Collins newest book, SEDUCED INTO THE GREEK'S WORLD, is an absolute page turner! Definitely Recommended 5/5 Stars

Could have been better without the extraneous family dimensions!

Rating By Arpita,28/06/2015

Dani Collins started off exceedingly well when the macho, attractive hero like Demitri falls in love with independent Natalie. However the storyline did not appeal to me as Natalie was already a mom, not a feisty virgin, with family issues and so too Dmitri with his problems with his family. No way would the dynamics of the story appeal to me. The focal point should be the couple themselves and how their own individualistic issues are solved. The banter was there whenever Natalie and Dimitri met but it became muddied with filial strands. A disappointment indeed.

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