By Charlotte Lamb
Forbidden fruits…. used to be Olivia only a prize Max had stolen from his rivals?
When Olivia first met Max Agathios, she used to be young—and completely captivated. yet Max was once her father's arch-enemy in company, so she was once forbidden to work out him again.
Four years on, Olivia had agreed to marry Christos, Max's nephew; it was once a fit of which either their fathers approved.
Then Max reappeared and staked his declare to Olivia, yet now she learned that she was once simply the trophy in a conflict that Max was resolute to win. there has been the way to finish this lethal struggle, notwithstanding: if Max might realize that he sought after Olivia for herself. yet for that to occur, she needed to supply herself to him!
Love can overcome the deadliest of Sins.
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Ann Faulton’s recovery was slow and painful, even after she left hospital. Instead of going to college that autumn, Olivia stayed at home to nurse her mother. It was another six months before Ann Faulton was well enough to resume a normal life. After that, Olivia took a part-time job working as a receptionist in the casualty department of the local hospital. Her mother didn’t need her so much any more and Olivia would have been bored doing nothing all day while she waited to start her course in public relations and media studies at college in the following autumn.
Who was he? Someone who worked for her father? Someone who wanted to do business with her father? It was very odd; she felt a distinct sense of familiarity whenever she looked at him. Had they met before, after all? She didn’t remember it. And yet there was something... While she was struggling to pin down whatever memory was trying to surface, her father turned to stare in her direction, and all the others looked round too. Gerald Faulton made a peremptory gesture, beckoning her. Olivia sighed, but obeyed, walking across the hushed, crowded room towards them, edgily aware of being watched all the way.
They had lived in a little annexe at the side of the villa, and Spiro had also been a fisherman. A few winters ago he had died in a storm, when his boat was lost, and there had been sadness in Anna’s big, dark eyes for some years, but today it seemed to Olivia that Anna was more cheerful, almost her old self again. ‘No, no toast, thanks, Anna,’ Olivia carefully said in Greek; she only knew a few words but each year she managed to add a little more to her vocabulary because she liked to help Anna in the kitchen, learning Greek cooking and the Greek language at the same time.