The Greek Tycoon's Achilles Heel

Lysandros Demetriou shipping magnate and Athens most sought after bachelor Glamorous women compete for this brooding playboy s attention, but his focused ambitions ensure that they don t outstay their welcome Until Petra Radnor whirls into his life Her beauty is a lure Lysandros cannot resist she awakens something within him that he s kept hidden for years When theirLysandros Demetriou shipping magnate and Athens most sought after bachelor Glamorous women compete for this brooding playboy s attention, but his focused ambitions ensure that they don t outstay their welcome Until Petra Radnor whirls into his life Her beauty is a lure Lysandros cannot resist she awakens something within him that he s kept hidden for years When their scorching desire shows no sign of burning out, Lysandros has to decide whether his need for Petra is a temporary craving or a lifelong obsession.
The Greek Tycoon s Achilles Heel Lysandros Demetriou shipping magnate and Athens most sought after bachelor Glamorous women compete for this brooding playboy s attention but his focused ambitions ensure that they don t outstay their

  • Title: The Greek Tycoon's Achilles Heel
  • Author: Lucy Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780373527694
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Greek Tycoon's Achilles Heel”

    1. Not only does this have the only meaningful "greek tycoon" title ever, it is also a rare Harlequin Presents in which the hero's ethnicity is actually significant. Petra is a student of Greek myths, and the story of Achilles, as well as other myths, have a great deal of symbolic significance to her relationship with Lysandros.This is an atypical, even subversive HP in a number of ways. Petra has two currently unthinkable heroine traits: previous sexual experience, and backbone. And Lysandros' tra [...]

    2. The Girl--Petra Radnor is the daughter of some Liz Taylor-esque serial monogamist film star. Petra herself has been married and divorced and keeps her sanity in the biz (as Mom's assistant and pet) by being sassy, brassy, and snarky. Needless to say, she was very irritating.The Guy--Lysandros ACHILLES Demetriou. Got that name? Know the myths about the guy? Like, at all? Well, it don't matter, because the author is going to use up some of her word count by telling you all about the Home-rboy and [...]

    3. De verdad, ¿tanto cuesta entender conceptos? Como puñetas me pintan en la sinopsis y en el libro una Heroina inocentona cuando estuvo casada varios años, y era un matrimonio aparentemente normal. Qué hacía con el ex marido en esos años, ¿jugar al parchis? ¿Contarse cuentos por las noches? Que a mí ni me molesta ni me deja de molestar si es divorciada, viuda o coja. Lo que me irrita es que nos tomen el pelo Eso, o algunos autores necesitan volver a clases.

    4. Well, what can I say. Despite the as ever ridiculous tycoon title, it is very difficult to believe that this is a Harlequin. The heroine is a mature, divorced non virgin with a real job and does not abuse, being ignored or browbeaten as a sign of eternal love. Granted the hero is a brooder, but he is also a lost soul in search of love and lightness. Character development folks!There are a few of the tropes that live in Harley land, but overall this was a pretty impressive piece of workHats off t [...]

    5. i enjoyed the mythology, emotion, connection, and challenges in this book. i really liked how P and L's relationship was echoed in the story of achilles. i would derinitely read this book again. i really like the ening too, from the return to the house and the meaning inferred to and with the river styx. read and enjoy :)

    6. 4.5 estrellas, La sinopsis es muy insulsa, pensé que era más de lo mismo, me sorprendió por completo. ha sido una de las historias Harlequín que más me ha atrapado. Toda una tragedia griega. Me encantó que los protas fueran mayores, ambos con defectos, y la protagonista con mucho carácter, así mismo las partes donde narraban parte de las leyendas y mitos sobre personajes griegos.

    7. a bit dramatic but what can i say? i'm from greece and i love our history and myths! i feel so proud of my country reading about it! and the ancient history and myths with our 12 gods and heroic semigods are awsome!

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