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Demetriou Demands His Child

An heir for her enemy…. Ten years ago, innocent Iolanthe Petrakis surrendered to the most ruthless tycoon in Athens. Alekos Demetriou gave her the one and... read more

ISBN: 9781474044172
Published: September 2016


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An heir for her enemy…

Ten years ago, innocent Iolanthe Petrakis surrendered to the most ruthless tycoon in Athens. Alekos Demetriou gave her the one and only sinfully seductive night of her life. But when he discovered she was the daughter of his enemy, he cast her out…before Iolanthe could reveal she was pregnant with his child!

Now, with her family’s company in peril, Iolanthe’s forced to reveal her most precious secret to her nemesis. When he learns the truth, Alekos declares he will legitimize his son and, to Iolanthe’s horror, informs her they will marry!

Charming , emotional, gripping Modern genre romance! Undoubtedly 5A*!

Rating By Arpita,08/09/2016

‘She looked pure and lovely.’ ’Her slender body was encased in a white gown beaded with diamonds, her face hidden behind an ivory demi-mask , the light gleamed off her blue-black hair , touched the round curve of her cheek and the slender hollow of her throat.’ Alekos was, ’intent on finding the woman who had captivated him from a distance’. Iolanthe, found ‘his voice low and authoritative and strangely sensual.’ ‘He was tall, dark ‘well over six feet’ with ‘eyes the colour of topaz, perfectly defined lips that could have graced a Grecian statue’. He smiled, ’a dimple appearing in his cheek’. ‘She was clearly very young and even more innocent and beautiful.’ ‘Her silver-grey eyes widened as Alekos drew her towards him.’ ‘There was an innate loveliness to her face.’ ’Revenge was a long game’. Everything about this encounter felt magical and surreal. Alekos said to her, ‘You are a breath of fresh air’.’You are exquisite’. ‘He had not thought of her in ten years.’ While ‘Iolanthe felt and thought ,he was just as darkly and devastatingly attractive now as he’d been ten years ago’. ‘Iolanthe had changed. He had changed’.’He looked so forbidding’. ‘She tried to gather her scattered thoughts.’ Alekos’s voice was like a blade.’ ’He continued implacably, my prospective bride, my only bride is you’.’The attraction, the overwhelming force of it was still there’, even after ten years. He realised he was more attracted to her now than he’d been back then’. Kate Hewitt has magic in her finger tips and is a tremendous writer of Classic Contemporary Modern genre.. She has used extremely witty remarks, innuendos to excellent effect and impact on the characters who develop into mature adults in an engaging story line which will grip the readers. They will be transported to a world of fantasy with obviously happy ever after ending. A must book to buy and grace the home library of romantics at heart. Exquisite indeed! Tonight was for magic.

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