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Feature book: Conveniently Wed to the Greek

13 September 2017

Conveniently Wed to the Greek by Kandy Shepherd

This is not someone she expected to see. Not the man who sued her in court over a blog post. But Adele (Dell) Hudson finds that her peace is being disturbed at the sight of Alex Mikhalis.

While Dell is coming out the other end of the struggle after her business and personal life have crashed around her. She was sued, her marriage ended and her ex-husband left her with all the debt and a little surprise. After their battle, Alex went back to Greece to lick his wounds, and the loss of his fiancé, and decided that perhaps Dell may have been correct in what was happening in his Australian flagship restaurant.

Alex senses something in Dell and he offers her the job of helping set up his new resort in Greece. At first she refuses as she hopes that she will be pregnant (the little surprise leftover from her ex-husband). She has cramps and finds her dream has dissolved. She then turns around and asks Alex if the job is still open, and it is. She moves to Greece and works with Alex to develop his exclusive resort.

It is not until the boat’s motion and her continued motion sickness forces her to go to the doctor that she discovers she is actually pregnant. Alex has been fighting his feelings and reaction to Dell, and this new pregnancy means that he should stay away from her. Although it is going to be hard when most people in his family are doing all they can to throw Alex and Dell together. And all the pieces fall into place.

Ms Shepherd’s books are always enjoyable. The characters are well written and rounded. I like that there are not too many silly moments but they are thinking and processing their thoughts and feelings towards the one who will be their other half. The one with the matching soul. Setting this story in romantic Greece, and the loving family, only adds to this familiarity and warmth.

Reviewed by Heather

A review copy of this book was provided by the author. ARRA members who leave a comment on the blog by 27 September 2017 will go into the draw to win a copy of the book.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Yvonne Bartlett permalink
    15 September 2017 12:34 am

    Looking forward to reading a book by Kandy Shepherd as I enjoy her stories.

  2. Lynette williams permalink
    13 September 2017 9:30 am

    I have read this book and as usual Kandy has written a very good one the story is a very different one to usual “baby” ones well done Kandy (please don’t put me in the draw as I already have the book) Lyn W

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