Friday, September 18, 2015

ARC Review: The Greek Tycoon's Tarnished Bride by Rachel Lyndhurst

Title: The Greek Tycoon's Tarnished Bride
Series: Men Of The Zodiac
Author: Rachel Lyndhurst
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Publish Date: October 12, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 183

**I received a copy of this book, from the publisher via NetGalley, in exchange for a honest review.**

Sign: Capricorn
He loves power, material success…and sex.
Erica Silver has never done things the “usual” way. A single mom working towards a degree in psychology, she’s paying her way as an exotic dancer. No one can tell Erica how to live her life…especially not some handsome, arrogant Greek stranger, who wants to take her son away from his “unfit” mother.
Successful entrepreneur Tito Makris has no choice but to fulfill his best friend’s last wish. He must bring his friend’s son to Greece to claim a multi-billion euro legacy. Still, taking the boy from his mother-however tarnished she may be-is pretty much the last thing Tito wants. So he offers Erica a radical choice: marry him and stay with her son…or lose the boy-and him-forever.

Books like this are predictable. Rich man, poor woman, they bicker and ultimately end up together. Why choose to read a book that you basically know how it will end? Because sometimes in life you need predictability. I want to be able to read a book like this on a bad day and know that in the end there will be a HEA. 

Tito's character is arrogant and barbaric. He comes off as someone who expects to have things go his way or else. When he storms into Erica's life he gives her these archaic rules and expects her to follow. I get that the book is based in Greece and the UK , so cultures are going to be different than in America.  Tito does grow on you as the story progresses. 

The author did a good job in creating a story that is entertaining. There are points where the characters get annoying with their arguing but for the most part, the book was okay. 

Overall the book did what it was supposed to do, it entertained me. I recommend this as a read because it can definitely be a weekend read. 

3 out of 5 Stars

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