Illicit Night with the Greek
Harlequin Presents
Released February 1, 2016

The Greek's unexpected parting gift...

Stergios Antoniou hasn't seen his exiled, troublemaking stepsister, Jodie Little, since the night they finally gave in to their forbidden attraction. Learning she's returned to Athens during a business deal too crucial to jeopardize, he holds her prisoner on his private island until it's over.

Jodie wants to rectify the past, but being so close to Stergios's potent sensuality, she's once again a slave to their destructive desire. One last illicit night should have put their affair behind them, but Jodie leaves the island with more than scorching-hot memories...

“One touch and you will come apart.”

Jodie’s lips stung with awareness. “You killed anything I felt for you when you walked away that night.”

“Which just makes it worse, doesn’t it?” Stergios rested his big hands on the kitchen counter, trapping her. “You don’t want to desire me,” he said in a mesmerizing tone as he leaned in. “I’m the one who can tear down your masquerade and I’m the one who drives you wild. You’re ashamed that you respond to me.”

She swallowed hard as she fought the urge to draw him closer. “That’s not true,” she whispered.

“It’s okay, Jodie.” Stergios dipped his head and his mouth brushed her ear. Her breath hitched in her throat as she inhaled his scent, his heat. She was surrounded by him. “That’s how I feel when I’m with you. And I still can’t stop myself. I don’t want to.”

He slid his hands into her hair, his fingers gripping the back of her head. She flattened her hands against his chest, determined to push him away, when he claimed her mouth with his.


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