Greek Billionaire's Blackmailed Bride : Rosso Family

  • by Leslie North
  • Narrated by Jennifer Knighton
  • Series: Rosso Family
  • 2 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Greek banking heir Antonio Rosso is shocked when his late father leaves the beloved family villa to the one woman he never wanted to see again: Claire Bennett.
After a hot and heavy fling, things ended abruptly when she was accused of being a gold digger. But now, to hang on to the home that meant so much to his mother, Antonio will not only have to get back into the beautiful American's good graces, he'll have to convince her to marry him.
When a job brings her back to Greece, voiceover artist Claire should have guessed Antonio was behind it. With his entitled upbringing, she knows he's learned to use his money to get his way. After the way she was treated though, she wants absolutely nothing to do with him. He may be even more sinfully handsome than she remembered, but if he thinks she'll agree to a sham marriage, he has another thing coming.
Claire is determined to prove she can't be bought or sold, and Antonio needs nothing more than a temporary arrangement. But when their spark reignites, can they ever get past the ugly history between them?


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My Musings

The dialogue is a bit stiff. I listened to the audio version and didn't care for the narrator at all. The plot is good and I liked the heroine but didn't really get into the hero. Happy reading!
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- Reader Lady "I'm an avid reader of Romance and a true romantic at heart. I also read and review in other sub-genres as well. Happy reading!"

could have been a great story

Did not care for the performer. She did not get the tone or timber of the characters voices. The men's voices were stilted without proper inflection. It really took away from the story. I also think the story ended too abruptly... needed a couple more chapters to tie everything together better.
I liked the premise of the story, just feel the author rushed to the end and left a lot of the story out that would have provided a better transition to the ending.
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- Dianne Hart

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2015
  • Publisher: Leslie North