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by Sarah Morgan

Genre: Series, Harlequin Presents, Current Series Imprints

2008 Harlquin Presents Nominee

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Chantal decides to crash the party of the year in Paris to test her confidence and ends up falling in love. Greek billionaire Angelos Zouvelekis is captivated, until he gets ahold of Chantal's ticket and believes she's a well-known gold digger. It's only after they've been together that he realizes his monumental error. Angelos is about to embark on the wildest adventure of his life, and it's called love. Sarah Morgan combines the familiar mistaken-identity and woman-as-gold-digger plots and turns Bought: The Greek's Innocent Virgin (4.5) into an unexpected surprise. The terrific heroine, despite her lack of self-confidence, shines with her beliefs and strong will, and this hero is smart enough to know she's the catch of a lifetime.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2008

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4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
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A Great Read

Submitted by Jennie on November 11, 2012 - 12:50am.

A really good read. Loved the characters - especially the father, Costas - typical Greek father !
Just what I want in a romance novel. Easy to read, a quick moving story, steamy love scenes and a Greek God of a man !
This is a case of mistaken identity that surprisingly leads to a romance so valued by both partners and a wonderful ending.
Chantal, the heroine, is fabulous in her independance and strenghth despite her mistake.
Angelos, the hero, is a sexy, smouldering, hard businessman with the body of a Greek God. He's smart enough to know when something is right, its right.