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The Antonakos Marriage

by Kate Walker

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What a wonderful journey in finding love Theo and Skye experienced. A story so tender at the end, I couldn't stop the tears. Sky Marston has the misfortune of promising an older Greek man that she will marry him and provide heirs. She is trapped in this agreement for the mere fact that her father worked from Cyril Antonakos and siphoned funds from his company. In order to save her father from being prosecuted and paying for her mother's heart condition, Skyke goes along with this agreement in order to save her family. However, she decides to leave her family country home and go to London for a last fling before leaving for Greece.

While entering an English cocktail lounge Skye and Theo Antonakos have eye contact and the sparks fly. However, she is detained by a group of noisy men and is rescued by Theo. The sexual pull between these two is electric and it turns out they overnight together in an evening of pure passion. However, they only give their first names and Skye flees the next morning.

She flies to Greece to get ready for her wedding and on the third day Cyril's son arrives for the event. But to Skye's amazement who should the son turn out to be but Theo Antonakos and from that moment there is such tension, anger, turmoil and it's so passionate as only Kate Walker can write.

Skye's and Theo's journey is a rough one but so intense, emotional and passionate you won't be able to put this book down. Kate Walker has such an incredible way of bringing her characters to life and giving her readers hours of reading pleasure. ( )
  MarilynS | Oct 31, 2007 |
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