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    Last in the Trilogy but Worth the Wait, 5 stars 🌟

    Sold for the Greek's Heir is the third book of Lynne Graham's Brides for the Taking trilogy and although linked by the same back story of three sisters looking for their father's, this book follows the third sister Lucy who has already found her father, but is unaware she has two half sisters looking for her. We start the book by meeting Jax and immediately are shown a character who appears on the surface to be a Playboy with an aversion to settling down but even at the start shows signs of a deeper character with a troubled past. We are also introduced to Kat a longtime family friend who is clearly wanting more than friendship from Jax but although this is suggested Kat only makes a small appearance in the story and I felt her character could have made more of an impact than she did? When we meet Lucy she is already living with her father and stepmother and we soon learn that there is history with Jax and Lucy fathers, it is this back story which complicates things further for the couple, but as the past is confronted can Lucy forgive Jax to find her HEA. The final chapter of the book very cleverly brings together all three sisters and their husband's whilst bringing us up to date with their lives and I would encourage anyone who hasn't read the first two books in the trilogy to go back and see how they got their HEA! I was really looking forward to reading Lucy's story as I had previously enjoyed the first two in the trilogy and wasn't disappointed, (although in my opinion Ms Graham never disappoints). However, you could read each book as a standalone and still enjoy them. Fyi I received my copy from NetGalley and Mills and Boon via Mills and Boon Insiders, but this does not influence my opinions as all opinions are my own.

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