Review – Greek Lover by Kate Hofman

Greek LoverGenre: Contemporary Romance
Won my copy on September 22, 2012

Beth Langham is the personal assistant to her cousin Gloria. Or at least she was until Gloria saw her talking to a man Gloria fancied. Now, stranded with no money, what’s a girl to do?

When Chrysandros Xenakis visits his friends at their art gallery, he is intrigued by Beth who is so different from the brazen women who hit on him all the time. Sparks soon fly.

Chrysandros’ mother has her own ideas for her son’s love life and plots against Beth. Who will prove to be stronger willed?

I love the Greek tycoon meets the ordinary woman and can’t help but fall in love with her story line. This book was an ok rendition of it. It wasn’t the best but I have read way worse. I just couldn’t get into too much. The story was pretty slow going and unbelievable at times. If I was Beth, I don’t know if Chryso would be worth all the trouble she encountered for him. Being sexually assaulted, almost killed, it just seemed a little much. Especially the fact that his mother was the one who almost killed her.

Rating: 2.5 stars
Reviewed by Slinky

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