Greek billionaire Lysander Metaxis has been waiting a long time to bring Madrigal Court back into his family. He's been rebuffed in his attempts to buy it, but now that Gladys Stewart is ill, he thinks his wait is almost over. When Gladys passes away, Lysander learns that the only way he can become a co-owner of Madrigal Court is to marry her granddaughter, Ophelia. She couldn't be more different from the type of woman Lysander is usually attracted to. He can't believe a bitter old woman with a grudge bested him. Or did she? The hero in Lynne Graham's The Greek Tycoon's Disobedient Bride (2) is a hunk and rich as blazes, but he's too arrogant and a bit petty. Too bad the electric chemistry between this couple seems wasted.
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Sandra Garcia-Myers