Kate Burrows is crushing on her boss big time. Aleksei Aleksanou is tall, dark, and every inch the image of a classic Greek god—if said Greek god was incredibly sexy, rich, and a complete player. The only way she can get over him is by quitting her job and seeing the world…once she indulges in one wickedly-hot night with
Only now she’s pregnant.
Aleksei is furious when Kate arrives on the small Greek island of Naxea and tries to hide the truth for him. He takes matters into his own hands—by announcing the pregnancy to his family and asking her to marry him. Now Kate must decide if she can marry the man of her hottest, sexiest dreams…knowing she will never be the wife of his heart.
I really enjoyed A Wife in Every Sense by Joanne Walsh. I read this in an afternoon.
Aleksei Aleksanou is an extremely wealthy businessman, and a womanizer with commitment issues.
Kate Burrows, is his very capable and witty assistant. Kate doesn’t date because she is unable to trust a man with her heart.
Aleksei and Kate have worked well together for the past two years, while harbouring their true feelings for each other. In the end Kate can’t take anymore, as she watches an endless procession of women come and go through Aleksei’s world, so she decides to quit her job and backpack through a few countries with her friend. But before she goes, she does the one thing she has always dreamed of doing, she spends the night with Aleksei.
They accidentally bump into each other in Greece, and Aleksei realises that Kate is hiding something from him. When he finds out what it is, then watch the fireworks.
Will he believe that Kate didn’t set out to trap him ?
Will Kate believe that he wants a family, and he wants to commit?
This was a well written book. I love traveling through the countryside; the descriptions almost put you there. And I did enjoy the connection between Kate and Aleksei.
Yes it was going the way we all thought it would, but I didn’t care, I’m not one for cliffhangers, and I LOVE my happy endings.