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The Pregnancy Shock by Lynne Graham

By Lynne Graham

The handy bride?with a stunning mystery whilst his PA requested for prolonged go away, Greek billionaire Alexei Drakos used to be tremendous inconvenienced. He depended on Billie Foster for every thing ? operating his existence, even disposing of his girlfriends. Little did Alexei comprehend that Billie had left to have his child! in reality, he didn?t even keep in mind their passionate evening and he had no inspiration she used to be pregnant! With Billie long gone, there has been whatever lacking in Alexei?s glittering life. while she lower back, he had to provide her whatever exact to make her stay?like a marriage ring of convenience?? The Drakos child half ONE: THE being pregnant surprise glance out for A Stormy Greek Marriage, half of The Drakos child, subsequent month.

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Before that day only Billie’s aunt, Hilary, had ever paid that much heed to the little girl’s comfort. Of course, had she been a more normal girl perhaps she would have formed a crush on Alexei as she grew up. After all, he was the island pin-up, worshipped by every girl between ten and twenty-five on Speros. From his film-star looks to his growing bad-boy reputation and the sexual exploits diligently reported by the gossip magazines, Alexei made headlines almost from the moment he hit puberty and followed faithfully in the lusty footsteps of his father and his grandfather.

The Drakos family lived in feudal splendour in a huge villa overlooking a beautiful bay at the quiet end of the island. For more than a hundred years the Drakos family had owned the island and they also owned the resort, the businesses and most of the houses in the village. The family controlled everything that related to Speros from the planning laws to who lived and worked on the island. Speros was the Drakos fiefdom and it was ruled with a rod of iron. The locals, however, were perfectly happy with that state of affairs because there were well-paid jobs at the resort and the village businesses opening up only added to their prosperity.

I’ve lived in Greece since I was eight,’ her niece reminded her, and on that thought she drifted asleep while her mind swept her back seventeen years to her very first meeting with Alexei Nikolos Drakos… The boys shouted rude words at Bliss when she followed them onto the beach. She knew the words were wrong but she didn’t understand their meaning and refused to let their attitude bother her. At least the boys talked to her in some way, recognising her actual existence. The girls in the village school, on the other hand, shunned her, whispering behind her back and shooting disapproving looks at her while excluding her from their games and conversations.

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