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Greek Heir to Claim Her Heart by Jennifer Faye

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Greek Heir to Claim Her Heart
(Greek Paradise Escape #1)
By Jennifer Faye
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 256 Pages
January 25, 2022 by Harlequin Romance

In this heartwarming read by Jennifer Faye, escape to a Greek island paradise for Valentine’s Day…

From Greek island fling . . . To forever?

Managing a luxury resort on a picturesque Greek island is more than a job for Hermione Kappas. It’s been her lifeline since losing her home and family. So when gorgeous Atlas Othonos, who has recently inherited the resort, arrives set on selling it, Hermione has just two weeks to change his mind. But as their Valentine’s Day deadline approaches, it’s Hermione’s feelings for Atlas that are changing into something more…

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About the Author

Award-winning author, Jennifer Faye pens fun, heartwarming contemporary romances with rugged cowboys, sexy billionaires and enchanting royalty. Internationally published with books translated into nine languages. She is a two-time winner of the RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award, the CataRomance Reviewers’ Choice Award, named a TOP PICK author, and been nominated for numerous other awards.

 

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“Are you all right?” a female voice called out over the noise of the wind and rain.

Atlas squinted at her flashlight. She lowered the beam. “I’m okay. But my car needs help. Can you call for a tow?”

She straightened and checked her phone. “There’s no cell service.”

They were on their own on this dark stormy night. As though to confirm his thoughts, the whole sky lit up. A crack of thunder shook the ground.

Atlas’s gaze moved to the crop of tall trees surrounding them. This was not a good place to be during an electrical storm. They needed out of there as quickly as possible.

There was another brilliant bolt of lightning followed by a crack of thunder. This storm was sitting right over them.

As though reading his thoughts, she said, “Come on. My car is over there.”

He hesitated. “I can’t just leave my car.”

“Sure, you can. It’s not going anywhere—at least not tonight. Are you a guest at the Ludus Resort?”

“Yes.”

“Good. Let’s go.” She turned, and in her rush up the embankment she slipped in the mud. She landed on all fours.

“Are you all right?”

Before he could exit the car, she got to her feet and acknowledged that she was fine. By now she was soaked and muddy from her effort to help him.

With great reluctance, he grabbed his travel bags from the passenger seat and got out of the car. It was raining so hard that he was instantly soaked. As he carefully climbed the embankment, he could feel the rainwater seeping into his shoes. His back teeth ground together. Could this evening get any worse?

Once inside the car, he said, “You should learn to drive more carefully.”

She hooked her seat belt. “What are you talking about?”

“You were driving in the middle of the road.”

“I was not.” Her restrained voice failed to mask her indignation. “Perhaps you were driving too fast for the road conditions—”

“I was not.” Was he? He had been distracted. And perhaps he was taking his bad mood out on her.

He sat quietly while she slowly and carefully turned her car around. When she finally had the car straightened on the road, she barely pressed the accelerator. They were never going to reach the resort tonight if she didn’t pick up the speed.

With a huff, he sat there stiffly. He stared straight ahead at the rain pounding the windshield.

Excerpted from Greek Heir to Claim Her Heart by Jennifer Faye, Copyright © 2022 by Jennifer Faye. Published by Harlequin Romance.

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