If you like over the top, arrogant, proud Greek alphas, then The Drakos Baby series is for you. Secrets, lies, turmoil all in the form of a alpha that at times I wanted to through him over his yacht or off the cliff at his villa. An only child, spoiled by his parents and way to handsome and he always gets his way.
Then the redheaded herione Billie, who was independent, sweet and very good at being Alexi's PA. She had a horrible childhood but made the best of her life. I just finsiehd book two and will be posting reviews later at Marilyn's Romance Reviews.
A Mills and Boon / Harlequin Presents FIRST (a Linked-Story Duet: The Drakos Baby) –
PART ONE: The Pregnancy Shock
A Greek billionaire with amnesia, a secret baby, a convenient marriage…it’s a recipe for rip-roaring passion, revelations and the reunion of a lifetime!Book Description:
Billie has a job that most women would love – PA to gorgeous Greek billionaire, Alexei Drakos.
She tries to convince herself she’s immune to his extraordinary charms, but when events throw them inextricably together she finds herself in his bed. However, within hours, Alexei has an accident and loses his memory of their special night together, and Billie discovers she’s pregnant -- by a man who has no recollection of having slept with her.
When his personal assistant asked for extended leave, Greek billionaire Alexei Drakos was extremely inconvenienced. He relied on Billie Foster for everything—running his life, even getting rid of his girlfriends. Little did Alexei know that Billie had left to have his baby! In fact, he didn't even remember their passionate night and he had no idea she was pregnant!
With Billie gone, there was something missing in Alexei's glittering existence. When she returned, he needed to offer her something special to make her stay—maybe a wedding ring of convenience?
PART TWO: A Stormy Greek Marriage.
Billie’s baby has been born but she hasn’t told Alexei about his son’s existence. Yet when she returns to Greece and he proposes a marriage of convenience, she knows she just has to take her chance to be with the man she loves. But Alexei is amazed to find his wife isn’t a virgin on their wedding night – and that’s just the first shocking revelation in this stormy marriage...
Billie's wedding day should have been the happiest of her life. She was marrying the father of her baby…her secret baby. But tycoon Alexei Drakos had suffered amnesia, so he had no recollection of the incredible night he'd spent with Billie a year ago…. Tonight he was expecting his new bride to be a virgin…
Billie knew that a marriage laced with hidden surprises was not likely to last. If only for their son's sake, she had to convince Alexei of the truth…starting tonight in the honeymoon bed…
About the Author, Lynne Graham
I'm Irish. I'm a Leo born July 30. I learnt to read at the age of 3, haven't stopped since then. I hated school, enjoyed university. I first met my husband when I was 14 but we had a rocky path to the altar. I wrote my first romance at 15 but couldn't find a buyer! I have five children, one natural, four adopted from Sri Lanka and Guatemala. I live in the country and have five acres of wild woodland garden.
My favourite colour is green. I'm addicted to kids, books, chocolate, baths in candlelight, log fires and four poster beds. I love exploring historic houses, castles and beautiful gardens. I collect everything from rare trees to rock specimens and old toys. I'm interested in international adoption and post-adoption/ multi-cultural issues.
I am crazy about Christmas. I love being a writer when the book is going well, hate it like poison when it's not. I read a newspaper every day. I listen to dance music in the car. I don't like romantic movies with unhappy endings.
Where do I get my ideas? An active imagination and my own life experience. I have to confess that I'm still waiting on a billionaire to whisk me away on his private jet but that doesn't stop me dreaming! I had an imaginary friend as a child and adored fairy tales. I also have a keen interest in what makes people tick and believe that the good and bad times of even the most ordinary life give a writer the fuel to portray realistic emotions.