The Art of Wedding a Greek Billionaire by Marian TeeOnce upon a time, there was an ordinary girl who grew up listening to bedtime stories where there were no knights in shining armor or Prince Charming. Instead, it had Greek billionaires and this little girl dreamt she’d one day have Her Own Greek Billionaire to live happily ever after with.
When this little girl grew up, she realized that not all fairytale weddings came with happy-ever-after endings. Sometimes, those who speak the words “I love you” don’t really mean it, and those who can’t utter the words end up being the ones who truly mean them.
This is my story.
I mean your story.
I mean, Mairi Tanner’s story.
Damen & Mairi: The Art of Trusting a Greek Billionaire
His name is Willem de Konigh. The year-old Dutch billionaire who was her first crush, her first lover, and her first heartbreak. Her name is Serenity Raleigh. The year-old childhood friend whose innocence he had stolen, and whose heart he had shattered…only to realize that hurting her meant hurting himself more. Enjoy exclusive excerpts about my newest and upcoming releases by signing up for my newsletter.
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Fear erupted from nowhere, suffocating her, and for a moment she was lost in the most awful memories. Esther Leventis, calling her a slut because she had slept with him even if he was promised to another woman…. Cleon Frangos, licking his lips as he unzipped his pants while telling her that they could come into an understanding…. Alina Kokinos, telling Mairi that she had been sleeping with Damen since he had thrown her out…. Everything inside Damen demanded that he beg for Mairi to stay with him, to marry him, and to love him. But he held the words back even if doing so almost killed him.
This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Once upon a time, there was an ordinary girl who grew up listening to bedtime stories where there were no knights in shining armor or Prince Charming. Instead, it had Greek billionaires and this little girl dreamt shed one day have Her Own Greek Billionaire to live happily ever after with.