The Stephanides Pregnancy

The Stephanides Pregnancy Women in uniform weren t Cristos Stephanides thing until he saw Betsy Mitchell in her chauffeur s outfit at the wheel of his hired limousine He was determined to seduce her and his enemies thoughtfu

  • Title: The Stephanides Pregnancy
  • Author: Lynne Graham
  • ISBN: 9780373123926
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Women in uniform weren t Cristos Stephanides thing until he saw Betsy Mitchell, in her chauffeur s outfit at the wheel of his hired limousine He was determined to seduce her, and his enemies thoughtfully provided the opportunity by holding him captive on a Mediterranean island, along with Betsy While they waited to be rescued, Cristos pursued his passion plan with increWomen in uniform weren t Cristos Stephanides thing until he saw Betsy Mitchell, in her chauffeur s outfit at the wheel of his hired limousine He was determined to seduce her, and his enemies thoughtfully provided the opportunity by holding him captive on a Mediterranean island, along with Betsy While they waited to be rescued, Cristos pursued his passion plan with increased enthusiasm despite Betsy pointing out to him that she could well become pregnant with his child.

    One thought on “The Stephanides Pregnancy”

    1. At first I wasn't sure if I wanted to read it but I'm glad I did cause I ended up liking it. It really gave me a good laugh. I loved the development of Cristo and Betsy's relationship. It's not your usual boy meets girl, have sex, then girl ends up pregnant, then marriage then happily ever after. In this book, the author used the kidnapping to build up their relationship. It was refreshing!I loved Betsy's character. She's funny, strong, independent and feisty. I liked the way she called Cristos [...]

    2. Best Lynne Graham so far. So I'm a Lynne Graham fan. Some of her books I like really well. Some have been stinkers. This one is my favorite of all that I've read from her so far.Heroine - Betsy. She had a job she liked. She had ambition and future plans. She was the farthest thing from a doormat. She found him attractive. When he called her on it, as those ass hat heroes do, she just said words to the effect 'surely you can't be surprised. You must be used to it but I can admire a painting witho [...]

    3. Enjoyable read, even if it is the variation of a plot I've read 1000 times. Basic LG plain speaking heroine meets outrageously arrogant and spoiled Greek Tycoon who has never had anyone call him on his crap before. The kidnapping setup was utterly ridiculous. I suppose it was the bad guy's way of softening the blow to strand the hero on a luxurious island with a woman he knew the H wanted to sleep with. That's the perks of being kidnapped by family, I suppose. I did like that the heroine called [...]

    4. This book has some good moments, but those bad moments are so so bad.The heroine is hired to tote around the hero in a limo. He thinks she's going to be an easy lay but she's not really. They wind up kidnapped and taken to a deserted island with a big house, plenty of food etc. While there they wind up sleeping together. The heroine stops first because she wants to make sure he's not with anyone, so asks him if there's anyone that will be hurt by what they do, and he assures her that there isn't [...]

    5. Oh heck, Lynne Graham is beginning to fail me, although this one still gets 3 stars--just barely. Wealthy Greek tycoon Cristos is attracted to the chauffeur Betsy the first time he sees her, so his cousin arranges for her to be Cristos' next driver. During the outing, however, the two of them are kidnapped and deposited on an abandoned Greek island, where they give into their mutual attraction. Eventually, they escape the island, at which point Betsy learns that Cristos has a fiance. Disgusted, [...]

    6. Greek tycoon hero has an affair with the heroine that ends up in pregnancy. After their affair, the heroine walks away because she finds out hero is engaged. When Cristos finds out about Betsy's pregnancy he refuses to give her up. He wants to marry her and make them a family even though Betsy told him she is still in love with her ex boyfriend, the man who left her for her sister.I love love loved this book, it had everything alpha jealous possessive hero, sweet feisty heroine and intense chemi [...]

    7. Both hero and heroine gets kidnapped together,and wakes up one day to find each other captive on a Island.They soon become loversHow i love both the hero and heroine in this this story.Cristos Stephanides are a very sexy and powerful Greek Tyccon with an OVER THE FREAKING TOP arrogance,how i love it.When he meet the independent and very beautiful Betsy Mitchell he realizes that she is a woman like no other,and one who bewitches him totally.I love how their romance develops throughout the story,a [...]

    8. All I can say is she was way too good for him. When she lost the baby I cried and that asshole was not even there for her. I can't like a hero who can't put his pride away. He did try to fix things at the end with the island however it was more then a grand gesture that would have saved them in real life he needed to talk to her and she to him. The relationship was not really well developed and it was so sad I could not get past the dead of the baby. I don't know why.

    9. Awesome!!! This one is simply awesome! Betsy was so adorable it's impossible not to love her! And Cristos. haha, he fell off that high horse with a loud crash! This is one of those books that just brightens your day and makes you smile, swoon, sigh! 。^‿^。I love LG! Her books are the best (Except for the Silly Six). This is so going to be included in my all-time favorites!

    10. Wasn't sure if i wanted to read it because of some of the reviews even though i LOVE LOVE Lynne Graham.But i did like it the female character's job was different and i liked her not her family though. The male character typical Alpha male but being on the island alone and wanting each other bad enough to throw caution to the wind hey gotta love it

    11. This book really gave me a good laugh. I know, i know, it supposed to be an angsty story with all that pregnancy and cheating-hero type. Cristos saw Betsy first a month before and immediately fancied her.When he's back, he's surprised by his cousin with a limousine service which Betsy whom the chauffeur. Of course Cristos wouldn't waste time to seduce her. Betsy took offence by his approach and called him snob. *chuckle* Then they're kidnapped. The thing was their kidnapper was so 'kind' to prov [...]

    12. Betsy and Cristos. One of the most enjoyable harlequins I've read. It's got angst, an arrogant alpha male, a deceitful OW, occasional poor communication, but never too much or even to the point of emotional discomfort for the reader. There is one sad part warning (view spoiler)[ miscarriage(hide spoiler)]Cristos wants Betsy from the first moment he sees her, even though she is a lowly chauffeur. She becomes pivotal to their kidnapping. left together on a small Island for several days by their ki [...]

    13. A wonderful passionate read. The wealthy powerful Greek, Cristos is instantly attracted to sexy woman in uniform he sees walking down the street. 6 weeks past and he gets a wonderful surprise Betsy is his hired driver for the day. Betsy is stunned by how wonderfully sexy and handsome Cristos is and struggles with her attraction and his flirting to keep everything on a business level. The sparks are flying as they drive along when trouble strikes and it is lights out for them.ey wake up on an iso [...]

    14. This should of been more of a kidnapped book than anything. Yes the heroine ends up pregnant but most of this book involves the whole fact that they were kidnapped together and held for ransom because they believed the heroine was the heroes lover. Upon escaping the pregnancy became known about. It was a great read, don't get me wrong but it just wasn't 'harlequin pregnancy' material.

    15. Deserted on an island with a man whose sex appeal can't be expressed with words To far away from the world for anyone to see what you're doing together The temptation to enjoy it while it lasts is just too much for one to bear All in all, the book is too good to skipped! Plus, it is a book by Lynne Graham. To me, that's a bonus point.

    16. Loved Cristos and Betsy. Cristos was so conceited, but oh what a great guy. Betsy was a gutsy and very likable heroine. They were great together. One of my favorite hp's.

    17. Pretty good. The couple had scorching hot chemistry. I hated the sister and mom even more than the OW. They were such bitches to the heroine.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *