THE GREEK’S CONVENIENT MISTRESS
Rating: 4 Cups
Sophie Paterson is trying to deal with the grief of losing her mother. Left only family members with whom she has no contact, Sophie feels alone and bereft.
Costas Palamidis is willing to do whatever it takes to save his daughter’s life. Even if that means contacting a woman who looks so much like his deceased wife.
Sophie is stunned when Costas offers her money to donate a blood sample to try to save his daughter. He seems to think she is some gold-digging party girl who is out for a quick buck and a fast ride. Being compared to a dead woman is hard enough, but not measuring up to her is all the harder. When Sophie finds herself falling in love with Costas, as well as with his dying daughter, she knows she must run as far away as possible or lose her heart to a man still connected to a dead woman.
The Greek’s Convenient Mistress by Ms. West is a good love story that touched me deeply. The way Costas struggles with his daughter’s illness was emotional, especially since it is a deep fear for any parent. Also, the manner in which Sophie comes across as a soft and supportive woman, yet somehow is seen differently by Costas, made for some great tension. A gentle and soulful love story, this is a tale that will grab any reader’s heart.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More