Stranded with Her Greek Husband by Michelle Smart

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Michelle Smart unravels the mysteries of a Greek marriage in this emotional reunion romance.

All she wants is to run
Until desire stops her in her tracks!

Keren fled the island of Agon heartbroken, convinced her marriage was over. Now she must return to face her gloriously handsome estranged husband, Yannis, and end things for good.

Instead, she finds herself marooned on Agon, and Yannis insists she spends three final days with him first! With nowhere to run from the fierce longing he reawakens, Keren must open her eyes to the whole truth. Not just the tragedy that broke them, but the joy and passion she’s tried—and failed—to forget…

  • File Name:stranded-with-her-greek-husband-by-michelle-smart.epub
  • Original Title:Stranded With Her Greek Husband (Mills & Boon Modern)
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B093YSS1GK
  • Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers
  • Date:2021-11-30T18:30:00+00:00
  • File Size:305.059 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. About the Author
  • 2. Booklist
  • 3. Title Page
  • 4. Copyright
  • 5. Note to Readers
  • 6. Dedication
  • 7. Introduction
  • 8. Contents
  • 9. CHAPTER ONE
  • 10. CHAPTER TWO
  • 11. CHAPTER THREE
  • 12. CHAPTER FOUR
  • 13. CHAPTER FIVE
  • 14. CHAPTER SIX
  • 15. CHAPTER SEVEN
  • 16. CHAPTER EIGHT
  • 17. CHAPTER NINE
  • 18. CHAPTER TEN
  • 19. CHAPTER ELEVEN
  • 20. CHAPTER TWELVE
  • 21. CHAPTER THIRTEEN
  • 22. EPILOGUE
  • 23. Extract
  • 24. About the Publisher

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virago V
virago V

The writing was captivating. The characters were so believable. In the end, I got emotional when both the main characters started to tell their grief. It was so good to read the book. Well written. I hope it has more chapters. I just love every word of this book. 5 star. Must read☺☺☺

Replya month ago
    Kiley O
    Kiley O

    Notice Before reading the book, please note that there are a lot of triggers awaiting any reader who has experienced a tragedy in a marriage. If you want to read this, be aware of it...and have a large box of tissues handy. Also, If you only read the first chapter or two, it would be so easy to judge this book and determine it unworthy to finish because it seemed to be your typical 1970s or 1980s romance novel that had an arrogant, controlling multi-millionaire Greek businessman who married a foreign woman and then attempted to control her every move kind of story. If you keep reading, you might find this to not be the case. With that being said, I'll now write my review. Stranded with Her Greek Husband was about Keren Filipidis and her estranged husband, Yannis Filipidis. Having been married for only 14 months when things went to hell in a handbasket, Keren fled the broken marriage and stayed away for almost two years, only visiting at short intervals to a specific place on the island that held the remnants of the tragedy that was the beginning of the end for them. Returning to the island, Keren saw Yannis for the first time since she had left 18 months before. Determined to win her back, Yannis made a deal with her. If he couldn't convince her in three days that they were meant to be together, he would sign the divorce papers she had sent to him three months prior. There was almost too much angst and drama for such a short story and too little humor to ease the tension. The heartache and the heartbreak they had both endured during the tragedy was mind-blowing and the author offered the reader little to no reprieve from the pain. The book was full of fear, doubts, anger, and pain. But there was also love and passion that could not be denied...but that was so overshadowed by all the suffering. I hated that it was all from the perspective of Keren and that Yannis' POV wasn't included. However, when everything came to a head, the pain and anguish that he had suffered were staggering. It's rare for an author to pour that much emotion into the male character, but the fact that she did so made the story that much more poignant. This book definitely earned a five-star rating and a place with the Keeper for the Shelves collection, for it was a rare find and does not deserve to be just shelved and forgotten. I don't say that often about such books, but this one deserves the accolades. And to think, I almost didn't read it!

    Replya month ago