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The Wealthy Greek's Contract Wife

Narrated by: Karen Cass
Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
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In his hand was a contract to prove she owed him thousands.... And she was penniless....

With her last pennies in her pocket, Elizabeth Wareham arrived in Greece to fight for what was hers. But her adversary, Ilios Manos, was like a man carved from mythology. Ilios would take her body if he had to - he was in that kind of mood. But the flicker behind her eyes belied an innocence he couldn't ruin. So he'd take the next best thing - he was a man in need of a wife.... He would show her mercy, and she would take his name!

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Wealthy Greek and English lady

I absolutely loved listening to this story. Penny Jordan is such a wonderful author and the narration was fantastic. The story resolved totally around the two main characters and I liked the fact that there were not too many characters to take away from Lizzie and Iliones. He was fighting a losing battle to hold Lizzie at bay from stealing into his heart when he was equally determined to keep her at a distance. Loved loved this book. Can't wait to hear the next one.

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  • 20-10-2017

A poor introduction to Audio Books

Fell asleep it was boring as the narrators performance was unconvincing and very poor quality throughout