THE GREEK TYCOON'S CONVENIENT BRIDE
Rhiannon Davies is appointed guardian of a friend's baby. She believes the father is wealthy Greek businessman Lukas Petrakides. But when she tells him about the baby, he accuses her of blackmail and extortion. He knows he isn't the father, but he realizes who might be, so he accepts responsibility but insists they marry if Rhiannon wants to be part of the baby's life. When it appears the marriage was in vain, Lukas won't grant her a divorce. What does this mean? Kate Hewitt's The Greek Tycoon's Convenient Bride (2) has the potential to be a wonderful story about finding love. But it's so sad and dreary that you can't wait for it to end.