Blackmailed by Diamonds, Bound by Marriage

Blackmailed by Diamonds Bound by Marriage SHACKLED BY DIAMONDS The Brandizi Diamond has been in the Kyriacou family for generations So when it comes into Angelina Littlewood s possession Nikos Kyriacou must get the jewel back But Angie has h

  • Title: Blackmailed by Diamonds, Bound by Marriage
  • Author: Sarah Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780373125982
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • SHACKLED BY DIAMONDS The Brandizi Diamond has been in the Kyriacou family for generations So when it comes into Angelina Littlewood s possession, Nikos Kyriacou must get the jewel back But Angie has her own reasons for keeping it and for wanting to teach arrogant Greek Nikos a lesson What better way than to agree to marriage But then Angie discovers what being NiSHACKLED BY DIAMONDS The Brandizi Diamond has been in the Kyriacou family for generations So when it comes into Angelina Littlewood s possession, Nikos Kyriacou must get the jewel back But Angie has her own reasons for keeping it and for wanting to teach arrogant Greek Nikos a lesson What better way than to agree to marriage But then Angie discovers what being Nikos s wife entails He has one demand he s her husband and she ll share his bed

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    1. Okay don't let the goofy name turn you off. This was my second book by Sarah Morgan and I really loved it. It was just fresh but it had the elements I love in Harlequin Presents. I really loved Angelina as a heroine (she made the book for me). She was a fiercely intelligent and fearless woman. She did what she thought was right regardless of the consequences. I love how Angelina had no qualms about saying exactly what she thought to a man like Nikos, who is used to having people jump at his comm [...]

    2. Couldn't find the koolaid.The h is grieving the death of her horrible little sister, Tiffany, who was soooo much prettier, thinner, and better in every way according to Mummy. The h being plain, plump and unworthy in every way actually has a real job as a professor of Greek antiquities, but who cars about that. In reality the h is about as plain and plump as Ginger on Gilligan's Island, but Mummy's and Tiffany's relentless and cardboard criticism has convinced her otherwise. The h and Mummy blam [...]

    3. If you can suspend your disbelief of the heroine's blackmail into marriage scheme - and that the hero went along with it - then you'll probably enjoy this story. The heroine has a family heirloom necklace the hero wants - her sister was wearing it before she drunkenly plunged to her death from the hero's villa balcony. The heroine challenges him to marry her for two years and she'll hand over the necklace. The heroine has such low self-esteem she thinks the hero will never want to be seen with h [...]

    4. I think I am in the minority on this one, but I really struggled with this book. I love Sarah Morgan but this one left me a little cold.I felt the hero was sexually abusive and demeaning to the heroine. I have no appetite for that, especially not in an HP. The heroine had absolutely no scruples and was such a doormat which contradicted the fact she was a highly respected scholar. I didn't like that she forgot about her career and became a woman obsessed with primping with a sole focus on waiting [...]

    5. Okay read for me,the plot did'nt work for me,i gave 3 stars only cause of 2 reasons -Angelina was shown to be intelligent fearless woman,had no qualms about saying exactly what she thought about Nikos and it was Angelina who blackmailed Nikos into marriage not the other way round

    6. I didn't care for the so-called "heroine", Angie. Blind devotion to her family made her submissive and, even worse, unscrupulous. Angie's loyalty would have been admirable, but I felt it was misplaced as both her sister and mother were undeserving under the circumstances. (view spoiler)[Her mother verbally abused her with constant digs about her looks and brains, while she dismissed her sister's flaws and blamed herself for Tiffany's unscrupulous behavior. Angie also refused to return the diamon [...]

    7. Didn't really like the whole she blackmailed him into marriage thing. I was just like WTF? It was crazy. Her sister was a sociopath, her mother was a psychopath and she was just delusional. The Hero actually saved her from a miserable life. I actually ended up liking the story. I have been reading too much this last week and I think I am suffering from hphealanditis. The remedy is complete bedrest, a bottle of pino grigio and the book Honors' Splendor by Julie Garwood. Or an old Dean Koontz but [...]

    8. I am pretty sure you can kidnap someone even if you're married. The heroine should have had the hero arrested.

    9. I can't be too sure why but I loved this story. It had everything in it but mostly, it had that effect on you where you don't want to stop reading, even when the book is over you want more. It was definitely good!

    10. I love the heroine and how she just kept surprising the hero. She was strong and somewhat insecure of her on worth because of her worthless mom and sister. He sees her as she really is and teaches her to see herself the same way. I loved this book and will reread it again.

    11. Dr. Angie Littlewood is approached by Nikos Kyriacou for a piece of jewelry that her sister had on her when she died at his house. Angie won’t return the necklace until Nikos agrees to marry her for two years – she is hoping for some revenge on the playboy who she believes is responsible for her younger sister’s death. He will be giving her the one thing that he refused her sister by marrying her and she hopes to force celibacy on him! They don’t seem to get along and sparks do fly betwe [...]

    12. This was a typical HP novel with a lot of greek drama and likable characters. It isn't extremely passionate or romantic, but it definitely kept my attention. I think Ms. Morgan did a great job and I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for an opposites-attract story between a strong plain jane type female character & a gorgeous and sophisticated greek man who would do anything to protect his family.

    13. this book was amazing good conversation i loved the bickering between nikos and angelina and the subject was very good i suspected from the beginning that nikos didin't had nothing to do with tiffany but i didn't expected to be his father.i given this book 4.5 out of 5 cuz: 1) the writter never used nikos point of view i would've loved that wot was going thru his mind and wot he thought bout angelina and wot he thought when she left him and 2) the ending was very abrupt.

    14. A KEEPERThe hero needs to recover an heirloom before his mum learns it ever left the family's hands. The heroine challenges him to marry her to have it back. It was aimed at making him run away. She is stupefied when he accepts. And as a true alpha male, as soon as he accepts, you wouldn't know it was not his idea: he completely takes control of the whole situation! Now it is the heoine who is running scared! A story that began with hatred evolves step by step into a wonderful story. The reader [...]

    15. Considering the fact that the heroine was supposedly an academic, I have no other choice but to believe that there must be an extraordinary shortage of intelligence in this world if someone as, to put it likely, fucking stupid as the heroine was allowed to enter the world of academics much less reach the zenith. The heroine was immature, foolish, portrayed as the most basically hateful version of the female gender, frankly stupid (I feel as if this can't be repeated enough), and judgmental. In t [...]

    16. I really liked this one the h is super smart and funny and our H cannot understand why he is attracted to her because she does NOT like this man at all! (at first) I have dropped a star because I didn't like the way the h martyred herself for her mum/sis she was a total doormat at home and let her mum be uber mean to her - I thought a plot twist was going to be it wasn't her real mum tbh as her verbal barbs were mentioned several times. I thought the bit about the necklace was a bit macabre I'm [...]

    17. Pretty straightforward story. Gold digger sister falls to her death at her 'lover' place. Elder sister want revenge for her by forcing the guy to marry her in exchange the return of the diamond necklace. As per the title suggest. Then the story flows to how the both of them treated each other, have mind blowing sex. How he response to her. How she sees him more in a clear light. Then how she find out it's all a misunderstanding.

    18. Starts when he visits her in the basement of museum where she is a researcher. She is a DR(PHD) She thinks he is guilty in her sisters accidental death. He wants his Brandizi diamond back and she makes him marry her to get it. She has intellectual discussions at dinner parties. Her sister had affair with his dad not him

    19. How does one get blackmailed into marriage? Especially in this day and age. But no matter, I think it was an okay book. I didn't not like it but I didn't go gaga about it either. Still a good quick, easy read.

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