Jane Porter

The Fallen Greek Bride

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Infamous Morgan Copeland has graced the tabloids as America's Sweetheart for years. Until scandalous family allegations change the headlines overnight to Socialite in Disgrace!
Her reputation in tatters and holding on to the last shreds of her pride, Morgan seeks her estranged husband's help, knowing that to convince merciless Drakon Xanthis, she will have to get down on her knees and beg….
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.
The Disgraced Copelands: A family in the headlines—for all the wrong reasons!
Plus a Jane Proter reader-favorite story: At the Greek Boss's Bidding
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    Shelly Fondahas quoted2 years ago
    Even though part of her would always love him, they couldn’t be together, because outside the bedroom, they simply didn’t work. There was no real understanding, no meeting of the minds. The only time they connected, the only time they made sense, was when they were having sex. But sex was just a part of a relationship, it couldn’t be the relationship.
    Shelly Fondahas quoted2 years ago
    Thank God we’ll both soon be free so we can find someone that suits us both better. You can go get another pretty girl and give her an orgasm once or twice a day and feel like a real man, and I’ll find a man who has warmth and compassion, a man who cares about what I think and feel, a man who wants to know me, and not just my body!”
    Shelly Fondahas quoted2 years ago
    y. But there’s been very little pleading, and absolutely no begging, at all.”

    A pulse beat wildly in her throat. She could feel the same wild flutter in her wrists and behind her ears. Everything in her was racing, raging. “Is that what you want? You’d like for me to beg you to help me?”

    His head cocked, and he studied her, his gaze penetrating. “It’d certainly be a little more conciliatory, and far less antagonistic.”

    “Conciliatory.” She repeated the word, rolling it ove

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