EBOOK or KINDLE The Greek Billionaire's Love Child By Sarah Morgan
Agricultural Innovation in the Early Islamic World kept her child a secret and even though hero was eager be a full time father and support her sheept rejecting him Very enjoyable read for me this was actually my first medical It should have and could have been a 5 star read But it seemed like the core conflict was forgottenthe fact that heroine deserved someone who would love her for herself not for the baby she was carrying And how could she trust someone who lied to her about his identity and discarded her by email Frankly an emotionally well adjusted person wouldn t have gotten over such hideous treatment I m not sure how this heroine with her trust issues did so uickly with his simplistic explanation It just didn t make sense ultimately there was an unsatisfying explanation by hero of why he dumped heroine by email so he wouldn t be tempted to sleep with herhe took the easy way out after 6 months together Sure it was easier It would always be easier to dump someone by fax or email But a truly horrible thing to do Also the fact that he dumped her because he suspected that she had feelings for him and stayed away 4 months until learning of her pregnancy really belied his claim that he would have wanted to marry her even without the baby He clearly did want the baby But he was not intending to come back from his fancy lifestyle for the simple nurse with whom he was slumming in her little bed Sure he was hurt 15 years ago but he wasn t totally dysfunctionalhe had a wonderful loving extended family and no excuse to treat heroine so harshly I wanted to believe in their love because there were so many great interactions but hero s love for heroine ultimately wasn t believable DNF at 28%1 Started to throw the book metaphorically across the room when I read he broke up with his love slave of six months via email That trumps Berger s Post it note debacle on Sex and the City2 Second attempt at throwing my computer is when the h s idiot best friend writes the billionaire lover extraordinaire and all around asshat to let him DYA (1933-1939) (Libros sobre el Opus Dei) know about the love child in defiance of the h s wish3 The heroine decides toeep the baby secret which I have no problem with as he was married and lied about his life not to mention the cowardly custard dumping via email She finds out the H is married via an article about his wedding and wife But waitIt turns out the H WAS married SIXTEEN YEARS AGO and has been widowed for fifteen which tells me that the h forged her nursing degree because she a can not read or b is too stupid Really something that important and you didn t read the whole article I would at least want to now what her dress looked like. Changes for Nikos This rich Greek playboy is back on the children's ward and back in Ella's life Nikos is determined to be a full time dad and taking Ella as his convenient wife seems the only solutio. ,
The review was posted at Tsuki s Book Blog on Monday June 10thI typically love Sarah Morgan books I m not a huge angst Blog on Monday June 10thI typically love Sarah Morgan books I m not a huge angst but her books always have just enough angst to make it worthwhile but not overwhelming Out of all of her books that I ve read this one disappointed me the most It was a random read for me when I needed something uick during a lunch break at work but it wasn t uite what I was looking forElla and Nikos had a secret relationship at the hospital where they both worked When it appeared Ella was getting too close to Nikos he breaks up with her via email At that point she discovers she s pregnant and the Nikos was actually a billionaire Oh yeah and the pictures in the magazine show his wife Understandably Ella is upset when Nikos enters her life again due a meddling friend Nikos demands marriage and to be a part of his child s life while offering little of his backstory in return As they begin to come together they move to a home where Ella suffers silently with a secret from her past Usually Sarah Morgan s books contain seemingly effortless angst The story flows perfectly introducing backstory and moments of sadness into the plot when it seems perfectly necessary to do All the stories connect and all the moments flow until you realize you ve read the whole book in the matter of a couple of hoursThis one was different The characters were not nearly as fleshed out as her other works I cared very little for either especially Ella She was a blithering idiot for the most part There she was pregnant and alone and she moved into a houseboat in a secluded wooded area Hello serial iller party of one On top of that she rode a bike A bikeNikos on the other hand seemed completely unaware of his douchebaggery He told his lover nothing He never invited her to where he was staying He never told her about his past told his lover nothing He never invited her to where he was staying He never told her about his past why he was so protective of his rights as a father and her protection He just believed he was right regardless of the damage he was doling out on Ella Great doctor sucky personThe whole house conflict bothered me to no end It seemed completely unnecessary and really only explained Ella s commitment issues That also seemed a bit concocted for some easy conflict She seemed ready to settle down with Nikos in the beginning and all the sudden she had zero trust somewhat understandable and flaming commitment issues Seriously see a therapistI just wrestled time and time again with this book I felt the plotting was amateurish and rushed Most of the conflict was unnecessary and the characters flat I loved Once a Ferrara Wife so much and I hated to put a low star on this book I hope my future dealings with this wonderful author are better2 StarsPublished by Harleuin Medical RomanceMay 1 2009189 PagesProvided by the Library After sleeping together Six months of bliss with gorgeous high flying pediatric surgeon Nikos Mariakos leaves children's nurse Ella head over heels in loveuntil Nikos unexpectedly ends the relationship Later that same day El. Or 6 months he abruptly breaks up with her via email moves away and never speaks to or sees her again The same day he leaves she finds out she is pregnant and from a magazine in the doctor s waiting room finds out that he is both married and a billionaire So she s pretty heartbroken and cries herself to sleep for 4 months Pregnancy hormones you New Writing, New Approaches (African Literature Today, Vol. 12) know But then her meddling friend contacts him to tell him she s pregnant He shows u Nikos is the greatest doctor who ever lived He s handsome robotically precise with a scalpel and he saves babies Those other doctors they just stand around wringing their hands and whispering about hospital protocol but not Nikos He s there to save lives dammitNurse Ella basks in the glow of his amazingness and hands him scalpels and informs him about sats She doesn t trust handsome men but she s made a six month exception for Nikos Why don t we go back to your place she asks him No we always go to your place and have toasted cheese sandwiches It The initial conflict of the story pediatrician hero jilts nurse heroine by e mail then heroine reads a tabloid that shows his wedding photos never finishing the article that explains the wife died 15 years before and decides not to tell him about her pregnancy is over about a third of the way through the story The hero returns after a friend of the heroine tattles to him angry that the heroineept her pregnancy a secret The rest of the story is the hero trying to convince the heroine to marry him He goes about it in the wrong way showing off his wealth buying the wrong house wooing her with a makeover and clothes to attend a charity ball It is the wrong house because view spoiler it was the heroine s father s house He was married to another woman and had a daughter her same age The father chose to cut the heroine out of his life rather than have problems in his marriage That s why the hero s supposed disloyalty to his wife hurt the heroine so much hide spoiler Wonderful emotional readloved both Nikos Ella though i was anger she hid the pregnancy from Nikosthe reason was not acceptable to me even if they had broken up he had a right to Culture and Development in Africa (Comparative Studies in African/Caribbean Literature Series) know other then this i enjoyed the book very muchits aeeper for meRecommend it Intense and emotional read but I had a hard time connecting with the H h meRecommend it Intense and emotional read but I had a hard connecting with the H and h especially struggled with the friend who found it necessary to write to the hero about the baby It just seemed so wrong that a friend would betray a secret and trust What right did the friend have to make a judgment call on the situation With friends like that who needs enemiesThe fact that the heroine accepted what her friend did with lukewarm apathy made her seem like a doormat at anyone s disposal 1 He dumps her via email2 He came back only after learning about the pregnancy 3 He didn t look La's pregnancy test turns positive and it is only then that Ella discovers from a celebrity magazine that the father of her baby is a billionaire When he learns Ella is expecting his child everything.