Title:  Hired By the Impossible Greek

Author: Clare Connelly

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: July 1, 2020


Irresistible temptation leads to inescapable passion in this gorgeous Greek island romance by Harlequin Presents author Clare Connelly.

One summer on a private island…with her ultimate temptation!

Schoolteacher Amelia Ashford warily agrees to a job in Greece caring for Santos Anastakos’s young son. But her priority is the welfare of the little boy, not the outrageous and irresistible billionaire who hired her. Even if their chemistry is off the charts!

Santos doesn’t believe in romantic love—his father has eight ex-wives. He does believe in tantalizing pleasure, and with innocent Amelia in his luxurious villa, it’s just a bedroom door away! But their passion will test Santos’s ruthless control more than he ever anticipated…

From Harlequin Presents: Escape to exotic locations where passion knows no bounds.





To the dismay of her parents Amelia turned her back on what they wanted for her future and pursued her love of teaching. When Cameron, one of her students, mother passed away his life his life was turned upside down as he is not only adjusting to the loss of his mother, living with the father he doesn’t know but also facing the prospect of moving from everything he has known in England to Greece. Amelia’s decision to convince his father to change his mind takes a turn when she finds herself going to Greece to help with the transition.

Seeing first hand through his father that love and forever don’t mix Santos is determined that he will not follow down that path. Finding out that he has a son that he didn’t know about from a woman he spent one weekend with is a surprise he didn’t see coming and he isn’t sure how to build a relationship with him until Amelia enters the picture.

Amelia has always shared a special relationship with Cameron but now she is starting to develop feelings for Santos. Amelia and Santos both agreed that their relationship would be casual but when feelings become involved neither of their lives will ever be the same.

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