Five years after Jane walked out on her husband, Demetri Souvakis, because she thought he fathered another woman's child, he shows up to ask for a divorce. Since his father is ill and wants an heir, Demetri is set to marry a Greek woman as soon as he's free. But one touch, and the past disappears, only to reappear when they realize what they've done. What will happen when Jane finds out she's pregnant? It's obvious these two are meant to be together in Anne Mather's The Greek Tycoon's Pregnant Wife (3), because when they are, the book shines. But that happens too infrequently, with family interference continually keeping them apart. The relationship pattern of hot/cold, hot/cold, without much forward progress until the very end, is a bit of a letdown.
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Sandra Garcia-Myers