Saturday, April 25, 2020

Book Review: Bought For The Greek's Revenge

Author: Lynne Graham
Title: Bought For The Greek's Revenge
Publisher: Harlequin Presents
Publish Date: May 24, 2016
Buy: Amazon
Book Blurb:  Bedded for the Greek's pleasure!

Ella Palmer has neither the money nor the connections to warrant the interest of Nikolai Drakos's archenemy. Yet the unassuming beauty has done just that—and claiming her will be Nikolai's ultimate satisfaction!

The ruthless tycoon will use any means necessary to ensure Ella's compliance, so he buys out her family's debts. Debts he'll forgive if Ella becomes his mistress. But when he discovers the true extent of her innocence, Nikolai is forced to consider something new; it appears the indomitable Greek is about to take a bride!

Review: I'm not even sure how to review this book. I've read a lot of Harlequin Presents and they are all pretty much the same formula, but some of them are fun reads that I can usually devour in a few hours or a day at most.

Not so this one.

Ella is the typical innocent, big hearted girl who is persuaded into a relationship by Alpha male Nikolai who is trying to save women from the evil Cyrus, because Cyrus caused harm to his sister.

cough cough ....SNORE....

This book took me days to read because there was just no action. There was no drama. There was no heat or spice or anything to make me want to keep turning the pages.

Ella was easily manipulated by Nikolai and then boom they are both in love and yada yada yada. Cyrus gets what he deserves and HEA. That's pretty much it.

Sadly not worth the time it took to read it.

Rating: 2 flowers


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