The Touch of Aphrodite

The Touch of Aphrodite Emily s stepfather had insisted she spend a year in Cyprus managing his hotel empire His will also stipulated that she learn the business under the guidance of his nephew Nikolaos Konstantin Nik s co

  • Title: The Touch of Aphrodite
  • Author: Joanna Mansell
  • ISBN: 9780373116843
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Emily s stepfather had insisted she spend a year in Cyprus managing his hotel empire His will also stipulated that she learn the business under the guidance of his nephew, Nikolaos Konstantin Nik s condescending air guaranteed trouble, but when business turned to pleasure, Emily simply couldn t resist Unfortunately, Nik inisisted that falling in love wasn t part of theEmily s stepfather had insisted she spend a year in Cyprus managing his hotel empire His will also stipulated that she learn the business under the guidance of his nephew, Nikolaos Konstantin Nik s condescending air guaranteed trouble, but when business turned to pleasure, Emily simply couldn t resist Unfortunately, Nik inisisted that falling in love wasn t part of the deal.

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    1 thought on “The Touch of Aphrodite”

    1. Things I liked: - the beautiful Cyprus setting and descriptions of the countryside, the food, the birthplace of Aphrodite - the drama, complete with bitchy Other Woman, and hero accusing heroine of being a fortune hunter - the hot, dark hero (though not enough of his POV) - steamy sex scene - no virginity-proves-heroine's-innocence-to-dunderhead-hero scene Things I didn't like: - the heroine's constantly trembling legs, racing pulses (how many pulses does does 1 person have?), and stammering - n [...]

    2. What a great book. Nichoalas and Emily are just wonderful and how they help each other through their past pains and sufferings is wonderful to see unfolding. Really makes me want to visit Cyprus.

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