Monday, September 14, 2015

Review: A Wife in Every Sense by Joann Walsh


Kate Burrows is crushing on her boss big time. Aleksei Aleksanou is tall, dark, and every inch the image of a classic Greek god—if said Greek god was incredibly sexy, rich, and a complete player. The only way she can get over him is by quitting her job and seeing the world...once she indulges in one wickedly-hot night with him.
Only now she's pregnant.
Aleksei is furious when Kate arrives on the small Greek island of Naxea and tries to hide the truth for him. He takes matters into his own hands—by announcing the pregnancy to his family and asking her to marry him. Now Kate must decide if she can marry the man of her hottest, sexiest dreams...knowing she will never be the wife of his heart.

4-Stars Review

A beautifully written story about two very different people falling in love gradually. I loved reading it, Story moved very smoothly and there were many interesting and romantic moments between Kate and Aleksei. Their sad pasts kept them at distance from each other but now they shared a future and for that reason they were willing to take a leap of faith, trying to built a relationship based on mutual respect and understanding even if not love. But soon enough Kate felt herself falling head-over-heals in love with him. And it becomes more and more difficult to stay with him when it's clear that he didn't return her love..

The best thing about this story was how they both dealt with their trust issues and still never let each other down. It portrays their struggles as a couple and give life to the story. Characters are also well-developed. Ending was simply epic, all in all a good book which, in my opinion, every romance lover will enjoy reading.