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The Married Mistress by Kate Walker
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The Married Mistress

by Kate Walker

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BRAVO, Kate Walker! The Married Mistress was a passionate and intense love story, one I shall remember for a longtime. This story of Damon and Sarah gripped my heart like no other. Each chapter is so compelling, I couldn't put it down. Again, BRAVO!

Its amazing how one little statement from a father can ruin a marriage! Damon’s father had one thing in mind, to get some land for his hotels and marry his son off to a friend’s daughter. Little did he know that his son while bargaining for this land would fall in-love and marry the lovely Sarah in secret. However, when Damon’s father plants in seed in Sarah’s mind that Damon has always wanted to marry Eugenia, Sarah leaves Greece and heads for London.

Six months later, Damon is still tormented by his feelings for his wife and goes to London to convince her to return home with him. What he finds when he gets there is explosive. From that moment on, I was trapped and had to read it from beginning to end.

This is such a powerful and explosive love story. Just wonderful, one I’ll read over and over again.

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Gorgeous Greek tycoon Damon Nicolaides is always in the news...so when the paparazzi get a tip-off about his new mistress, they come banging on her door!
Actually, Sarah and Damon were married a year ago! Sarah left him, thinking their marriage was a lie. Now Damon's come back to claim the wife he truly loves. But first he must protect her from the press by pretending that Sarah is merely his mistress...and to do that, he tells her, they'll have to make their love affair real! ( )
  MarilynS | May 18, 2006 |
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