REVIEW: The Marakaios Marriage by Kate Hewitt

Posted April 13th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 6 comments

The Marakaios Marriage by Kate Hewitt is the first part in The Marakaios Brides The-Marakaios-Marriageseries. Antonios Marakaios has not forgiven his wife Lindsay Douglas over the way she left him. He is determined to bring her back for a family gathering in exchange for a final severing of ties.

One magical week was all it took for shy Lindsay Douglas to fall for charismatic Antonios Marakaios. After a whirlwind marriage, the pressure and loneliness of life as the proud Greek’s wife proved too much for Lindsay. Her only option was to leave. But Antonios’s voice still sends shivers down her spine and reminds her how devastating their desire is. Could one week be enough to fall back in love?

The Marakaios Marriage by Kate Hewitt was a well written second chance romance with tons of angst and sadness. There is a HEA but the main characters have to go through a lot before getting to their HEA.

Lack of communication and family secrets create a divide between the couple and they are finally able to sort everything out on their second try. Lindsay is a strong heroine who has been left bitter after her marriage failed. Antonios is an alpha hero weighed down by his family secrets and his separation from Lindsay. I could empathize with both the characters and their awesome chemistry made their romance an emotional ride. An epilogue in my opinion would have summed up everything better because the story ended a little abruptly for me personally.

Overall, The Marakaios Marriage by Kate Hewitt was a well written romance and would be loved by everyone who likes a well earned HEA after tackling lots of obstacles.

 

Book Info:

03.5SPublication: April 21st 2015 by Harlequin | (The Marakaios Brides #1)

The tycoon’s runaway wife!

One magical week was all it took for shy Lindsay Douglas to fall for charismatic Antonios Marakaios. After a whirlwind marriage, the pressure and loneliness of life as the proud Greek’s wife proved too much for Lindsay. Her only option was to leave.

Now her determined husband returns with one last demand: attend a family gathering in exchange for a final severing of ties. But Antonios’s voice still sends shivers down her spine and reminds her how devastating their desire is. Could one week be enough to fall back in love?

 

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