Dione Keristari will do anything to help her sick father. But begging gorgeous Greek billionaire Theo Tsardikos for cash is more than she bargained for. Now he's demanding a marriage contract in return for the money! She has no choice but to agree. However, inexperienced Dione can't handle the attraction between them, and she vows not to share Theo's bed.
But Theo's a master in the ways of loving, and soon he has his temporary bride at his bidding—and she's pregnant….
The Italian's marriage demand…
When Italian businessman Luigi Costanzo discovers that Megan, his beautiful estranged wife, is also the mother of his child, he is incensed! She's left him no alternative: he will do anything in his power to possess his wife and child.
Megan is less than impressed when Luigi turns up on her doorstep—the week before Christmas! Luigi is as arrogant as ever—and still as impossible to resist. But Luigi is adamant…Megan will be a wife to him—in every way—once more!
How dared Rohan Courtenay accuse her so unjustly? He'd always disapproved of Charlotte's marriage to his younger brother, and now that Glen was dead, Rohan seemed determined to get his revenge. Yet Charlotte couldn't deny the spark of attraction between them, or the powerful emotions he aroused in her. Could she be falling in love with her sworn enemy?
When their passionate affair came to an abrupt end, Tanya hadn't expected—or wanted—to see Alejandro Vazquez Herrera again, although the memories of their time together still haunted her. So when she bumped into him on her trip to see her sister, she was shocked. The attraction between them flared again, but Tanya had to try her hardest to deny it. After all, Alejandro had left her to marry another woman, hadn't he?
Not that Libby needed warning! It hadn't taken her long to realize that Warwick Hunter wasn't the sort of man who was easily crossed. He believed that Libby's sister had stolen a large sum of money from him. And that was why he seemed determined to turn Libby's dream holiday in Tenerife into a nightmare from which there seemed to be no escape….