THE GREEK'S MILLION-DOLLAR BABY BARGAIN
THE GREEK'S MILLION-DOLLAR BABY BARGAIN (2) by Julia James: When Greek tycoon Nikos Theakis offers a grieving Ann Turner a million pounds to turn her nephew Ari over to him and sever all ties, Ann accepts so that Ari can have all the things she can't provide. Her actions make Nikos think the worst of her. Four years later, after a chance meeting with Ari and his grandmother, Ann is invited to Greece to spend time with her nephew, much to Nikos' chagrin. But there's a simmering attraction and, almost too late, Nikos learns he couldn't be more wrong about Ann. It's hard to warm up to this story, since the hero treats the heroine so badly. At the end, when he decides he's in love with her and she quickly reciprocates, how can you think well of either one?