The Greek's Forgotten Wife - Elizabeth Lennox

The Greek's Forgotten Wife

By Elizabeth Lennox

  • Release Date: 2015-09-18
  • Genre: Contemporary
The Greek's Forgotten Wife book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 89 Ratings)

The Greek's Forgotten Wife Elizabeth Lennox Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Married for six years, and still a virgin!  Sasha had fallen in love with Damon at first sight, only to live for the next six years in almost complete isolation from him.  She had tried desperately to turn herself into the perfect wife for his infrequent visits, but no more!  She was through trying to become someone she wasn’t.  And she was finished reading about his mistresses in the tabloids.  She’d had enough!  So why did her heart race when he walked through the door?  And how did she end up in his bed?  

Damon Galanos had been forced to marry Sasha to retain ownership of his ancestral home, but he never intending to stay married to the innocent girl.  However, after destroying her grandfather for his blackmail, Damon found that he couldn’t get Sasha out of his mind.  So he returned to his “wife”, realizing she had become a beautiful woman – one he planned to explore further.  Imagine his surprise when his docile wife demanded a divorce!

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  • Help this book be great again 2016🇱🇷

    By Amum7
    I love books like this...usually. The title caught my attention and I won't lie so did the cover. Yet when reading the book all I could feel was anger towards Damon and sympathy for Sasha. Damon is an alpha with a mind set on winning and a heart as fickle as dust blowing in the wind. Then poor Sasha is portrayed as a simpering pup starving for attention that buckles under the slightest touch or show of force. To finally sum this book up; overall disappointment! Please I'm begging the author, anyone really, please rewrite this book!!
  • One of five

    By Aimarel
    This is a great love story with lovable characters. I love Damon since reading "The Boarding School Introduction" novella. If anyone wants to really understand this characters the should read it. Love it.
  • Book 1

    By MelissaNY666
    Damon lives up to his name and has a strong woman to settle him down and makes him the man he should be.
  • Meh

    By Reebeel
    I use to really love this authors writing but in the past few years it's been a bit irritating and annoying .. There are parts of this story that aren't truly answered .. Other parts where you're embarrassed for the heroine for allowing the hero to get away with his behavior I mean don't get me wrong I love an alpha male but this one had no remorse nor was his reasoning good enough for his treatment of her .. And he didn't grovel enough .. sometimes they need to ... Anyway it was ok

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