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The Wealthy Greek's Contract Wife

by Penny Jordan

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Ilios Manos looked out across the and that had belonged to his family for almost five centuries.
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In his hand was a contract to prove she owed him thousands...

Ilios Manos wasn't interested in Elizabeth Wareham's sob story. So what if she was broke and had nowhere to stay? He wanted his money back and his revenge, and he would exact his price from her however it suited him....

But when Ilios looked closely, he sensed Lizzie's innocence and knew he couldn't take that from her lightly. So he chose the next best thing—he was a man in need of a wife....

He would show her mercy...and she would take his name!
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In his hand was a contract to prove she owed him thousands. And she was penniless. With her last pennies in her pocket, Elizabeth Wareham arrived in Greece to fight for what was hers. But her adversary Ilios Manos, was like a man carved from mythology. Ilios would take her body if he had to, he was in that kind of mood. But the flicker behind her eyes belied an innocence he couldn't ruin. So he'd take the next best thing; he was a man in need of a wife. He would show her mercy and she would take his name!… (more)

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