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Early Review: A Di Sione for the Greek's Pleasure by Kate Hewitt

Nov 10, 2016

"Finding my book will take you on a journey in more ways than one." 
Natalia is trembling. She hasn't left the Di Sione estate in years, but must retrieve her grandfather's lost book of poems from formidable tycoon Angelos Menas—who's just mistaken her for his daughter's new nanny! 
The brooding Greek and his precious daughter were scarred in the fire that claimed his wife, and Talia is drawn to the man beneath the damaged exterior. She knows the untold pleasure Angelos offers is limited, but when she leaves with the book, will her heart remain behind on the island?


 A Di Sione for the Greek's Pleasure by Kate Hewitt was not what I had hoped for. It was a bit of a  lethargic read. I love the setting and the descriptions in the book but the story didn't captivate me.  I wish I could have connected with the characters on a deeper level, I felt a bit apathetic towards them. I hope I have the chance to read other work from Kate Hewitt.

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Publisher:  Harlequin (US & Canada)
Pub Date: Dec. 1, 2017

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