Married to a Mistress Race to the altar Maxie Darcy and Polly are The Husband Hunters The terms of the will the late Nancy Leeward has left each of her three god daughters a share of her estate if they marry within a year

  • Title: Married to a Mistress
  • Author: Lynne Graham
  • ISBN: 9780373230037
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Race to the altar Maxie, Darcy and Polly are The Husband Hunters.The terms of the will the late Nancy Leeward has left each of her three god daughters a share of her estate if they marry within a year and remain married for six months.The hunter Maxie Kendall, who, because of her father s compulsive gambling, is faced with a debt she can t settle Nancy s bequest couRace to the altar Maxie, Darcy and Polly are The Husband Hunters.The terms of the will the late Nancy Leeward has left each of her three god daughters a share of her estate if they marry within a year and remain married for six months.The hunter Maxie Kendall, who, because of her father s compulsive gambling, is faced with a debt she can t settle Nancy s bequest could be the answer to her prayers.The husband Greek tycoon Angelos Petronides has waited three long years to bed Maxie He mistakenly assumes that she once was another man s mistress, and now she s in need of a new sugar daddy.Only Angelos finds he has to offer than money to make Maxie his

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    1. I really enjoyed this one. The hero wanted the heroine as his mistress and since he knows that she was already someone else's mistress, he can't understand why she'd turn him down once she's free. Of course like almost all LG heroine's she is really a virgin who had been forced to pretend to be the other man's mistress. They fought throughout the whole thing. Sometimes he would come out on top and sometimes she would. I can take a lot of bickering if the winning is not all on one side. She had h [...]

    2. Plenty of reviews for this one, so I won't get into the plot. I have this listed under revenge by hero - but it's really more of blackmail plot, since our smitten hero really, really wants the heroine in his bed - first as a mistress then as a secret wife and then as a real wife. It's adorable to watch him move the goal posts so that heroine will feel safe and secure with him. I really liked the chicken pox scene and the poor hero taking on five thugs to protect the h. I wasn't as impressed with [...]

    3. This is one of the few Lynne Graham books that I actually liked. I understand that it is the first in a three part series, and the second book "Vengeful Husband" is supposedly even betterCan't wait to read that. Surprisingly, the reason I liked this so much was for the Herod yes he was typical alpha, arrogant, close minded, rough handedbut he had ALOT of redeeming qualitiesIt was obvious (in his alpha way) that he truly cared for the heroine. For example, ditching his date to take care of her wi [...]

    4. Massive rant to follow.If you liked this book, you might want to stay way.This had the shittiest double standards concluding with women are to me subservient to men, so no, I’m not really going to soften the blow.

    5. I enjoyed this book! She had him so tied up in knots that for most of the story and I loved how Maxie stood up for herself and gave as good as she got! And I adored Angelos. He's such a great guy and I was so giddy to see him with Maxie and how he tried to deny his feelings for her and failed. Angelos and Maxie are absolutely sizzling together. The romance isn’t sweet at first, they fight constantly, but the dialogue, snark, the banter, the sexual tension, everything between them… uber chemi [...]

    6. Great Lynne Graham. I normally find it tough in an HP to find characters falling in love for the first time truly believable, especially where they fight all the time (the books are too short for it to be believable), and normally I prefer stories where the characters were in love in the past, because with that history you can understand the love despite the fighting/cruelty. But this is a good one and you can really feel that Angelos can't help being totally in love with Maxie the whole time, e [...]

    7. These two were a match for each other, on every level, and it cracked me up seeing them interact. My favourite line was when he said to her, after her umpteenth time of telling him to leave her alone, 'You really can't look at me like that and expect me to throw in the towel.' That one line pretty much sums it all up.

    8. Well, the H is another LG alpha-romero-hunka-hunka of magic penis hero in totally over his head, and the heroine is yet another gorgeous and misunderstood virginal martyr with dyslexia.Good but not The Spanish Groom good.3.5 stars

    9. I’ve re-read this so many times. It still captures my attention with all the angst and drama and OTT caveman ways of the H.Safety:Hero is the usual greek billionaire manwhore but at least he became celibate when he started to seriously pursue the heroine.Heroine is a virgin model who agreed to be an older man’s mistress as a charade but they never had sex. This deal is to save her useless father who racked up huge debts.

    10. The most memorable thing about great book is that the Angelos went over the top with everything regarding Maxi. The best part was that he wasn't even aware of how ridiculously obvious he was. He kinda just waited for her to catch on. LG did a wonderful job adding a good measure of humor at the right places. I had some lmao moments with this book. It's equal measure emotion, breathless seduction, fun and wit. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one.

    11. 4.8 stars out of 5.It's a great book that only improves as it progresses !However it lost two points, because for a book this good, I wished it had a more impassioned ending. It felt like how most HEA's end, simple and rushed. Therefore the ending didn't feel like much different from any other 'run of the mill' romance story.Nonetheless, it is a good read.

    12. Enjoyed this one.It was intense emotional full of tension,liked the way Maxie always gave it back to him but it always backfired.Overall a good read.

    13. This novel had the combinations of those theme I love. The love-hate, arrangement, marriage of convenience, doing the sex-after-marriage, virgin, a good girl pretend to be a bad girl or had a bad reputation, the hero despised her but wanting her too badly.I was just a bit surprised at the ending, when both hero and heroine revealed their feeling.

    14. the sypnosis was wrong. maxie was not actually looking for a husband! neway, this was one emotional rollercoaster where angelos said lots of unforgivable things but at the same time was marshmallow where she was concerned! they were so hot for each other, the chemistry was palpable and maxie actually tamed the man!

    15. Not bad. Likeable hero and heroine though he did have some anger management issues. And she was a little to hung up with her learning disabilities and a little too forgiving of the assholes in her life.

    16. I read this book a few years back. They put all 3 books in the series Called the Prusuit. That's the book i originally review years back but decided to leave individual reviews.Third book in the series.Nancy Leeward cared deeply for her goddaughters, but how had those three foolish girls repaid her love? Maxie was living with a married man, Darcy was a single mom, and Polly was being paid to bear some selfish man's child. Nancy was determined to force them into happiness . . . by stipulating in [...]

    17. Oh, that was good! Nothing beats LG when she's at her best! The enemies-to-lovers formula might be a much-relied upon trope for her, but in this instance, it was one of the best!The first half of the book or so was amazing! There was just so much antagonism between Maxie and Angelos, mixed with an attraction between them that Maxie hadn't the experience to recognise - it was absolutely delicious and smouldering! Then somewhere near three quarters of the way, some of that tension just seemed to d [...]

    18. The story revolved around Maxie, who is a model who had to pay a huge dept instead of her gambling father by being the companion of a wealthy selfish old man for three years. Because of this relationship, people thought she was his mistress and so did the hero, Angelos. After the old man had a heart attack, the hero sets the heroine's dept and demands that she becomes his mistress instead, but she had other ideas. Her godmother left her a fortune, but she can't have it unless she gets married, s [...]

    19. Married to a MistressDyslexia played a large part in this story. She couldn't read most of what was written on paper so there were people who took advantage of her. When the one man who wanted her finds out that the real truth about her things start to change. But because of his act of revenge it slowed the true connection of them.

    20. I stumbled upon the 2nd book in this series first and while I found it Ok, I was intrigued with the mysterious Maxie who "stole Darcy's fiancé", so I decided to read this book.I'm really glad I did! It's a classic HQ and fairly formulamatic, but also very enjoyable. Have you ever heard Smokey Robinson's "You really got a hold on me?" , that song pretty much sums up this book. The H doesn't like the h, and he's very angry for most of the book. Hes full of self disgust that he could be so obsesse [...]

    21. Good fun with their banter back and forth, sniping at each other.Issues: Issue 1: H's attitude towards h undergoes tremendous change when faced with the reality-- of her hymen. Having an intact hymen, which he tore through, made him go rushing to find what really was the deal between the h and the man he thought was her lover/keeper.Why this theme annoys me? Women can lose that bit of tissue for a number of reasons. Some are even born without it. Does that mean they are not virgins? Issue 2: The [...]

    22. I actually LOVED this book. For a Harlequin it was fun, fascinating, and pretty much sums up most of my favorite Harlequin themes. The heroine was feisty but realistically flawed which added a nice touch. The hero was sexy as hell, domineering, sweet, and just awesome. Their relationship started on misconception and chasing, fighting, all fun. It wasn't filled with sex or anything, but it was much steamier than most of the Harlequins I've been reading. There were genuinely giggle-out-loud scenes [...]

    23. Obsessive hero to the point of being stalkerish. Heroine doth-protest-too-much. Hero wanted to bed her but hated her slutty rep; she insisted on marriage to make him balk. What I like about the hero: arguing in the rain, dumping date when he saw that she was ill with chicken pox, stupid enough to brawl with 5 men to defend her, gave a list of phone numbers to make sure she'd be able to contact him at any time,scared she'd leave him when newspaper printed photo of 3 month-old date with ex.What I [...]

    24. A battle of Titans, but awfully romantic too. :pTwo people with strong characters clash in a humorous and loving book. Many funny remarks and it's a bit of a rescue romance, which is my favorite type of all.

    25. God! I can't believe I didn't rate this book. My absolute favorite book with favorite couple. Yes, h was rude to H most of the time but it's already mentioned in the book that they both fight fire with fire!LG rocks!

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