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The Dimitrakos Proposition by Lynne Graham
Published by Harlequin on 2014-01-01
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction
Reviewed by Vanessa
Tabby Glover has to approach the very rich snobby Acheron “Ash” Dimitrakos in order to support her adoption claim on her BFF’s orphaned daughter. Ash, as the appointed guardian who never took up the role, is her only hope. Acheron has his own battles to fight though. Once he learns of a little codicil in his father’s Will he finds he is left with no choice, but to use what opportunity has presented its self to this dynamic controlled businessman. Tabby proved to be less interested in his wallet than other potential candidates, and Ash could give her what she wants as well as satisfying his needs. Yet, neither of them banked on emotions becoming involved in such an emotionless deal.
The Dimitrakos Proposition is formulaic Lynne Graham. Ash started out on the rough side, but who can really blame him. The connection between Ash and the child is not exactly close. However, Ash did agree to help out this stranger, Tabby, in The Dimitrakos Proposition even if he did see a way to help himself as well, and Tabby would get what she wanted from Ash. I liked that Tabby gave as good as she got in The Dimitrakos Proposition as, sometimes, the h in these stories put up with an awful lot.