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Release day: The Greek’s Forbidden Innocent

1 February 2019

Today is the official release of The Greek’s Forbidden Innocent by Annie West (ebook and paperback, Mills & Boon). Here’s the blurb:

The Greek’s virgin bride …

… is hiding her royal identity!

While helping her friend escape an arranged marriage, dutiful Princess Mina finds herself captive on enigmatic Alexei Katsaros’s luxurious private island! Mina must convince Alexei that she’s his future bride, but she doesn’t expect their scorching chemistry to be so deliciously overwhelming … And after a night in the Greek’s bed, suddenly there’s more at stake than just Mina’s hidden identity—her heart is at Alexei’s mercy, too!

Escape to an island paradise with the billionaire and his royal bride!

Annie dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

I’m absolutely thrilled to have The Greek’s Forbidden Innocent out now. I’ve wanted to write Princess Mina’s story ever since she appeared as a feisty, rebellious but endearing teenager in her sister’s story (The Desert King’s Captive Bride). I had to let some time pass before I was ready to write it. She had some growing up to do and I had to work out what sort of hero would deserve her! Enter Alexei Katsaros, half-Russian, half-Greek and all trouble—for Mina at least. It takes her a while to discover his better qualities, because they meet as adversaries. Add to that the fact she’s masquerading as another woman (with the best intentions), throw in a secluded tropical island and mix together with an explosive attraction. And of course Alexei is a man determined to get what he wants, every time. I had such a wonderful time watching these two passionate, proud people clash and discover there was far more to life than they’d ever imagined. I hope you do too!

You can find out more about this book at Annie’s website or buy it from Amazon.


One Comment
  1. Claire Louisa permalink
    9 February 2019 1:50 pm

    I like the sound of this, Annie’s books are good. I have to say I do get annoyed with the links always being for and not .au, this is after all an Australian readers group.

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