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Author: Jane Porter
ISBN13: 978-0373233878
Title: At The Greek Boss's Bidding
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Harlequin Presents Large Print; Original edition (March 27, 2007)

At The Greek Boss's Bidding by Jane Porter

Start by marking At The Greek Boss's Bidding as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I sometimes struggle with Jane Porter books. It was a great storyline, but I find that it lacked depth. However, the title really depicts the storyline and let me tell you it's just another wonderful Jane Porter book. It's full of heat, a ton of ups and downs and once I began reading the book I read it well into the wee hours of the morning. Jane is such an incredible author and this book is wonderful!.

Alone with Kristian at his luxurious retreat, Elizabeth experiences the full force of his sexual charisma. Another voice sounded from within the library and Elizabeth recognized the voice as the Greek servant who’d met her at the door. She’s traveled a long way-. I’ve had it with the bloody help from First Class Rehab.

After an accident leaves him temporarily blinded, Greek tycoon Kristian Koumantaros is not taking well to being stuck at home. Rate it . You Rated it .

by Porter, Jane, 1964-. Publication date 2007. Topics Bachelors, Mate selection, Billionaires, Greeks, Man-woman relationships. Publisher Toronto ; New York : Harlequin. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Greek tycoons"-Cover verso. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

The maid would remake the bed while she was gone, and probably change the sheets, and Morgan was glad. She didn’t want to remember or reflect on what had just changed there. It shouldn’t have happened. It was a terrible mistake. She took the stairs quickly, overwhelmed by emotion-worry and hope for her father, longing for Drakon, as well as regret

At first Morgan had merely been the Greek's trophy bride, but their explosive passion shocked them both-leaving Morgan with only one weapon left to negotiate with: her body.

View on the Mobile Site. At The Greek Boss's Bidding ~~ Jane Porter. At The Greek Boss's Bidding. Alone with Kristian at his luxurious retreat, Elizabeth experiences the full force of his sexual charisma

Impossible, infuriating—and irresistible! Kristian Koumantaros is the most difficultpatient Elizabeth's ever met. The arrogantGreek billionaire likes being in control, andisn't adjusting to being temporarily blindedafter a helicopter crash.Alone with Kristian at his luxurious retreat,Elizabeth experiences the full force of hissexual charisma. She knows she'll have toleave! But Kristian will use every weapon hehas to entice her to stay and play!
Reviews: 7
ms porter, what happened?!! i expected a lot more from this book, the heroine starts out strong and then poof, no backbone..WHAT!! and mr macho alpha, not exactly as he seems, wallowing in pity because he can't do some of the things he used to do, but is still doing without anyone knowing about it, and the scene with the pool, c'mon! and the abrupt ending? ms. porter ms. porter, i really wanted to give a higher star, just can't.
Light out of Fildon
The plot was promising but as the story progressed, it felt off; the chemistry just wasn't there so the reader isn't convinced. And how can someone richer be the gold- digger? A bit disappointing and the ending was too quick. Either focus more on character development or make the book longer.
the begining its ok for me BUT i love the ending really good ending for me ...
Jane Porter's At The Greek Boss's Bidding is a contemporary romance focusing on The Greek Tycoon as the hero in a series. Jane Porter is the ultimate at writing explosive romance that takes the reader on roller-coaster with a range of emotions along with her characters --- and this is one of the author's best short romances! Sensual, driven by conflict, intensity and overwhelming physical attraction, this romance is a riveting and fun read.

Recovering from a horrifying accident, Kristian Koumantaros uses a wheelchair and is blind. Despite his physical limitations, Kristian is a powerful and seductive force who would match and better any walking man. When he sends away every nurse Elizabeth Hatchet sends him, her small company is nearly bankrupt from expenses. She decides that the only solution is to deal with this impossible patient herself even if it means a trip to Athens and a donkey ride up through winding paths to the remote monastery-turned-estate in Taygetos. Explosive banter, sexual attraction, plot twists, emotional twists and quite a few underlying secrets lead to excitement. Elizabeth is a source of frustration to the hero because she is a physical therapist and enforces a rigorous rehabilitation plan on this powerful Greek tycoon. Kristian is powerful and used to being in charge and having people obey his commands. Unlike all his other nurses, Elizabeth is strong and independent. She refuses to be wound around his finger. As the sparks of frustration and passion grow between Kristian and Elizabeth, will the electricity heat up enough to ignite or will they somehow find a way to their hearts? When their past secrets are exposed, can romance win or will the past overshadow their passion?

At The Greek Boss's Bidding is a wonderful romance that is superbly written and a delight to read. The prologue hooks in the reader from the beginning and never lets up. The emotions range from tense drama to moments of tenderness. Both characters are dynamic, strong and independent. Just when the two reach a calm, an exposed secret or a person, enters. Kristian and Elizabeth are both faced with challenges that heighten the passion and expose the person beneath. Jane Porter's writing is magnificent in all the ways that count: careful attention to setting, character development and plot development. Whereas the reader experiences a face paced roller coaster ride, Jane Porter creates each detail with sharp meticulous precision. Magnificent!
Injured billionaire Kristian Koumantaros is on the verge of destroying Elizabeth Hatchet's nursing business. He seduced the first nurse Kristian sent, and has sent away every other nurse. Worse, the man's health isn't improving the way his doctors say it should. It's up to Elizabeth to put Kristian on the right path--and save her business. Of course, changing Kristian's direction is about as easy as is changing the direction of one of the huge freighters he owns.

When his small plane crashed in the mountains, Kristian made a fateful decision. Rather than save the brother he loved, he'd saved his brother's fiancee--and didn't make it back in time to help his brother. Now he's filled with self-loathing, and a sense of self-esteem that's heavily damaged by his blindness, his inability to walk, and the disgusting mix of aged and grouchy nurses Elizabeth Hatchet's company has sent him. Still, he finds himself responding to Elizabeth herself.

Elizabeth's secret is that she was once an American heiress--and married a Greek tycoon who destroyed her reputation and took a good chunk of her money. She's put that mistake behind her, but she certainly doesn't want to repeat it. Still, Kristian is not her ex-husband. But does she dare trust her heart--and her secrets--to this man?

Author Jane Porter plays with the Beauty and the Beast fantasy--with injured and angry Kristian serving as the beast. Porter dangles the 'other woman' just enough to give the reader a bit of suspense, without really wasting time on her. Elizabeth's ex-husband also plays a cameo role, helping to drive Kristian and Elizabeth apart just as it seemed they could make their way through their differences.

I found the end to be a bit of a let-down. I would have liked to see Elizabeth and Kristian resolve their future before Kristian learned whether his final eye operation had a chance of being successful. Still, AT THE GREEK BOSS'S BIDDING is a strong work with two damaged but engaging characters, a fun play at retelling fairy tales, and the obligatory billionaire (with a bonus this time).