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  • With love comes hope.

    Kate is a good girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. Unfortunately a bad experience in the past makes her wary enough not to trust her heart again. That is the reason she can no longer work for Aleksei Aleksanou. After 3 years working closely with him as his PA she is aware that he would never reciprocate her feelings because Aleksei does not do relationships, forget being in a committed one. So she says farewell to her job to travel for a while but not before they fall in to bed one frantic and crazy night. 10 weeks later she's in his hometown on the small Greek island of Naxea and she's pregnant. Before she can blink, her purse is stolen and she is knocked into unconsciousness. When she wakes up in a hospital she realizes that her rescuer is none other than Aleksei and what a proposal he has prepared for her. From there begins a series of tug of wars, back and forths, passion and sorrow. A test of endurance for Kate and the opportunity to have a family of his own for Aleksei. ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

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  • My hero

    Kate is Aleksei's personal assistant. She has feelings for him that only go one way. He is a bigtime player and she knows there is no future there. She decides its time to leave his employ. Aleksei will miss her. He knows the attraction goes both ways. He sees it in her eyes. They have never acted upon it due to their professional association. He cannot stop the wanting of her, though. Then the unthinkable occurs and Aleksei becomes her hero. Kate never thought he would rescue her, much less kiss her. Now what will she do? There is no future with him. Such an amazingly sweet, yet hot book! I found myself eagerly turning the pages. This is a couple I would be excited to hear about again. I look forward to the next book in Europe's Hottest Billionaire's series. ***This ARC was given by Netgalley and its publishers for an honest review.

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  • Was OK.

    Aleksei Aleksanou, Greek billionaire, was Kate Burrows' boss. She developed a slight crush on him and decided that it would never go anywhere because he doesn't do love or commitment. So, she quit her job and was going on a two month vacation. The day before she left he came to her apartment and they ended up in bed. Ten weeks into her vacation, she starts to put two and two together because she's sick all the time and she's very tired. When she tells Aleksei what's going on, he decides marriage is the best thing. Will she be able to change his playboy ways? Can she live her life married to someone that will never love her? Aleksei is Greek and his English is not always perfect. Kate is English and her English might be worse than his. I didn't feel much emotion from Kate until the end of the book. I also didn't like the way she allowed to Aleksei to talk to her sometimes. The whole fight with Phoenix in the hotel room and how Aleksei made it seem like it was Kate's fault, was ridiculous. I don't think he was mad enough. An ex-girlfriend sneaks into your hotel room and attacks your pregnant wife? He should have been livid!!! I think I was looking for more emotion from these characters and stronger feelings considering their circumstances. Also, the entire situation with Eleni seemed a little out of place in this story. The idea of this story line is good but the delivery could be improved. Received a copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed is my own.

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  • OK read

    This was just an OK read. I found the plot very predictable without anything new in the story line to make it interesting. What I did like very much about this one was the very descriptive writing style of the author. She was able to bring the Greek isle to life in my mind and take me on a great journey with her writing. Kate and Aleksei were great characters but their relationship just did feel as passionate as it could have. Again, not a bad read just nothing new.

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  • Superb writing; an excellent read!

    Kate Burrows has been Aleksei Aleksanou’s assistant for a couple of years, and they are attracted to each other, but they are both dedicated professionals, so they never acted on their attraction. It’s taking its toll on Kate, so she hands in her resignation because she fears she’ll succumb and her heart will be broken; she’s been burned before and Aleksei is a known playboy. She will be travelling for 3 months, and going to Greece, to Aleksei’s native island Naxea, because he has told her so much about it. However on her last day on the job, Aleksei takes Kate out to dinner, and Kates gets plastered and when she starts making a fool of herself, Aleksei takes her home. And nothing much happens, apart from Kate seeing him naked when he comes out of the shower. But during her drunken bout, she had forgotten her shoes and when Aleksei brings them back to her, that’s when sex happens. They simply cannot resist any longer, but in the heat of the moment they forgot to use any sort of protection, and Kate is pregnant. What impressed me the most, and from the very beginning, is Ms. Walsh’s magnificent prose; what a splendid writer! A WIFE IN EVERY SENSE is so easy to read, both the corporate world and Greece seem real. Kate and Aleksei are very engaging and believable characters, and even though Aleksei is commitment-phobe, he is honest about it, and yet he is looking forward to having a family one day. The pregnancy issue is perfectly plausible, and I’m not easy to convince when it comes to that kind of trope. Ms. Walsh succeeds where many authors, in my opinion, fail: A WIFE IN EVERY SENSE features elements that I often find difficult to digest in contemporary romance, but this extremely gifted author makes everything work perfectly, because the characters are so well-drawn, the plot is air-tight, Kate and Aleksei are honest with each other, and the chemistry they share feels real. Nothing feels convoluted, there are no misunderstandings; everything is perfectly paced, and I simply fell for both Kate and Aleksei. I will definitely be looking forward to future books from this author because I definitely loved A WIFE IN EVERY SENSE, and Joanne Walsh is a tremendous writer! A very pleasant surprise and an excellent read!

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