Apr 17, 2012

REVIEW: Playing the Greek's Game by Sharon Kendrick

In trouble with the boss...

Few dare to defy global hotel magnate Zac Constantinides - he's the boss and everyone knows it! So when his London interior designer turns out to have dug her gold-digging claws into his brother; Zac's solution is to transfer her... to New York!

Emma may have more skeletons in her closet than most, but Zac's brother isn't one of them. The temptation to take her impossibly arrogant boss down a peg or three is too much to resist! So whilst she's with him in New York she'll play the role he's given her - and be every bit as bad as he thinks she is...

My Thoughts: 4.5/5 stars

I really enjoyed this novel. It was a fun-fast read. Loved how the Hero was twined into knots over the heroine he wanted with a fierce lust and hated at the same time. Their bickering was fun to read and him getting duped was icing on the cake. 
Another great read . . . keep 'em coming!


Sharon Kendrick said...

Thanks so much for this lovely review! I'm just writing a piece about the book for http://www.iheartpresents.com/ which will be posted on 25th July - by which time I'll be at RWA in Anaheim.
Drop by and see me on table 702 for the Literacy Signing, if you're there.

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