Smokescreen Marriage

Smokescreen Marriage

Sara Craven / Sep 22, 2019

Smokescreen Marriage Kate s marriage to Michalis Theodakis is in the past in all but name She knows he married her only to cover up his affair with his mistress so how dare he expect her to play the dutiful wife And now

  • Title: Smokescreen Marriage
  • Author: Sara Craven
  • ISBN: 9780373122875
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kate s marriage to Michalis Theodakis is in the past in all but name She knows he married her only to cover up his affair with his mistress, so how dare he expect her to play the dutiful wife And now Michalis wants to escort her to his sister s wedding Kate has no intention of returning to Greece until Michalis blackmails her If she ll attend the wedding, he ll sKate s marriage to Michalis Theodakis is in the past in all but name She knows he married her only to cover up his affair with his mistress, so how dare he expect her to play the dutiful wife And now Michalis wants to escort her to his sister s wedding Kate has no intention of returning to Greece until Michalis blackmails her If she ll attend the wedding, he ll set her free.Only, Kate soon finds she doesn t want to be free of Michalis, or the intense sensuality between them If they still burn for each other s touch, can their marriage really be a sham

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      • Sara Craven

        Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon, England, just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books She was always a voracious reader, some of her all time favorites books are Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Middlemarch by George Eliot, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront , Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and The Code of the Woosters by P G Wodehouse.She worked as journalist at the Paignton Observer, but after her marriage, she moved to the north of England, where she worked as teacher After she returned to journalism, she joined the Middlesbrough Writers Group, where she met other romance writer Mildred Grieveson Anne Mather She started to wrote romance, and she had her first novel Garden of Dreams accepted by Mills Boon in 1975, she published her work under the pseudonym of Sara Craven In 2010 she became chairman of the Southern Writers Conference, and the next year was elected the twenty six Chairman 2011 2013 of the Romantic Novelists Association.Divorced twice, Annie lives in Somerset, South West England, and shares her home with a West Highland white terrier called Bertie Wooster In her house, she had several thousand books, and an amazing video collection When she s not writing, she enjoys watching very old films, listening to music, going to the theatre, and eating in good restaurants She also likes to travel in Europe, to inspire her romances, especially in France, Greece and Italy where many of her novels are set Since the birth of her twin grandchildren, she is also a regular visitor to New York City, where the little tots live In 1997, she was the overall winner of the BBC s Mastermind, winning the last final presented by Magnus Magnusson.


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    1. Story opens with the H/h estranged. This is their backstory:Heroine is a tour guide. Hero is a Greek billionaire locked in a battle of the alphas with his aging father. They meet when the hero is touring one of his hotels and sees a guy slip a date rape drug in her drink. He brings her back to his suite so she can sleep it off safely. (The guy ends up in jail).Our virgin heroine doesn’t remember anything but a vivid sex dream starring the hero and now she’s worried something sexual happened. [...]


    2. It's not often, ever, that the Greek tycoon is the sympathetic character in a Harlequin. Mick definitely has his hands full with a tstl heroine who freaks and, honestly, simply does not react like real human being. More about that in a second.The h and H met and married in a whirlwind marriage. Essentially eloping which keeps Mick's controlling alpha Greek father out of his hair for a while. They finally get back to the old Greek villa by the sea in Kefalonia. Here is a pic of Kefalonia. Not too [...]


    3. I thought Kate and Michalis (Mick) experienced believable conflicts. Poor communication mixed with pride resulted in heartache and misunderstandings, although I felt the Big Misunderstanding overstayed its welcome a little.Kate and Mick were realistically flawed, but likable, characters. I felt the passion and sexual chemistry which pulsed between them. I especially felt Kate's longing for Mick. There were brief moments where I empathized with his pain at their estrangement as well. But I did th [...]


    4. I really liked this one. Loved the chemistry between the H/h; the conflicts within their marriage and their eventual reconciliation seemed very real and not at all contrived The book also had a couple of the best romantic dialogues I've heard in a long time.


    5. Heroine thinks her husband is cheating on her with his father's mistress, she abandons him and he is determined to win her back. Good story but not this author's best work.



    6. A wonderful readese two lovers share an intense overwhelming passion that leaves them open to misunderstandings & deception. Neither of them mentions love when they get married so this leads to a lot of insecurties & pain when they move back to Greececially since her husband's ex-lover is now his father's lover& our hero shows no understanding of how tough this is on his wife by offering no explainations of this past romance. Having an ex-lover living in the same household causes lot [...]


    7. Not sure about this one. I thought the whole point in asking her to go back is to try to win her back. Though he did try a couple of times to talk to her he didn't do all that much to win her back. Plus we never know why he was pulling away already before the big misunderstanding. I do like the secondary characters though the h seem to spend more time with them than the H.


    8. A good story with a confused hero, a gullible heroine and a really nasty villain. Lots of drama and conflict. It kept me turning the pages.P.S. I read the English version. Just couldn't find it on .


    9. The first 60% was pretty bad and contrived. This was not a very fleshed out story - neither were the characters. It did pick up toward the end after the author contrived to maneuver events to get where the story needed to go. Not one of her best. I will not re-read.


    10. A definite not to read kind of book. As soon as you start getting into the rhythm of the book it shoots to the pastwould have been so much better if it started out with the past and worked to the futuret going back and forth.



    11. OMG what a complete douche bag of a man. Seriously? people actually find that attractive? She has just woken up from being roofied and is naked and confused and instead of showing any understanding, he makes her vulnerable by striping the bed sheet so she's naked and then threatens her? OMG, did any of you read that? What kind of acceptable behavior is that? i could only skim after that. by 15% His behavior doesn't seem to improve in anyway all misogynistic, manipulative and threatening/domineer [...]


    12. This book is terrible. Do not read. She tells him why she left on page 176. There are 186 pages in this book it is ridiculous.


    13. She is a tour guide. They meet when he sees creepy date put something in her drink and he saves her from him. They get to know each other and marry. They are separated. His ex mistress married his dad and drove them apart. She left him. His little sister invites her to her wedding. He arrives to force her to go. They try to reconcile while the ex tries to interfere again


    14. 2003? I thought this was 80s stuff, forced seduction and all. Yes, they're married, but still :'(.H doesn't cheat on h with ow. But Victorine (ow) is H's father's mistress by design, so she could make everyone miserable (H dumped her, so she wants revenge). She stages a scene, and the h assumes it to be true (that her husband slept with his ex), and runs away. He brings her back for sister's wedding. This might have been 4 starrer, except, I found the situation with H's ex now living with his fa [...]


    15. I don't like the format of the book, it switches between the past and present til you're confused. And the heroine is utterly nnoying to me all she does is wrap her arms around her bony body and shudder at the memories.


    16. 3.5 stars -- definitely a better Sara Craven novel least they fell in love and it made sense before the misunderstandings started, and other than a terrible temper, Mick wasn't too bad. And you could tell where the misunderstandings happened and could understand both parts.


    17. i liked this one apart from the part where the heroine keeps on thinking negatively about the past but given the situation she's entitled to it. you could see the misunderstanding/deception almost from the start. enjoyed it a lot :)







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