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Greek for Beginners Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta That S Just About The Extent Of Darcie Hayes S Greek Before She Touches Down In Athens, Ready To Put Her Troubles Behind Her And Indulge In A Little Sun, Sea, Sightseeing And Er Flirtation But When Nick Costas, Modern Day Adonis, Saves Her From A Con Man, She Begins To Think There Might Be To Greece Than Meets The Eye Nick Is Perfectly Happy With His Single Status, But Meeting Darcie Makes Him Wonder If Falling In Love Really Would Be The Worst Thing In The World Is Nick Actually Considering Pushing This Thing With Darcie Past The Beginners Stage And On To Advanced

About the Author: Jackie Braun

After graduating from Central Michigan University with a degree in journalism, Jackie Braun worked at newspapers for nearly 17 years, 11 of those years as an award winning editorial writer for The Flint Journal in Michigan, where she was also the first female editorial writer in the newspaper s history.She sold her first book to Silhouette Romance in late 1999 and started writing under the Harlequin Romance banner with the release of her third book in 2004.Jackie quit her full time job in January 2004 to freelance and write fiction full time She lives in mid Michigan with her husband Mark and their sons Daniel and Will She loves to hear from readers.

10 thoughts on “Greek for Beginners

  1. says:

    Greek for Beginners was a cute little audiobook to listen to In it, you will meet Darcie and Nick They are now newly single Nick forever a bachelor and Darcie just got un engaged Wait is that a word Eh going with it Anyhoo, she took her honeymoon vacation anyways So yeah suck it ex fianc While in Athens, she runs into Nick and it kind of seems like fate for these two Nick s family is hounding him

  2. says:

    quick, easy, cute romance read some humor.Darcie was a relatable character it just hit the spot i needed something light in b w the thrillers I m reading and this was entertaining and yes, it is a little corny but that s the brand HQ Kiss i was reminded of one my fave books It s all greek to me by Katie MacAllister which i would recommend if you liked this one even though it s longer, it s much funni

  3. says:

    4 StarsChallenges AMMP Fairy Tale Spell Out G in Ugly Duckling B Bluebeard AMMP Cinderella s Team Week 6 Task Read a book with a wedding in it Pass the Parcel Round 10 Week 1 Read a book set in Europe 4 StarsChallenges AMMP Fairy Tale Spell Out G in Ugly Duckling B Bluebeard AMMP Cinderella s Team Week 6 Task Read a book with a wedding in it Pass the Parcel Round 10 Week 1 Read a book set in Europe

  4. says:

    My first book by this author and I loved it I did not want to put it down Can t wait to readby her.

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Nick is not the alpha male, but he is gentle and kind and I like it how he and Darcy slowly develop their relationship.

  6. says:

    Usually we have greeks as total Alphas with sheer dominance in characters, Nick here is a man comfortable in his own skin, he gets what he wants, but only if he has worked for it Darcie is his complimentary other half Both have a sense of humor that has one enjoying thoroughly and we get to laugh over their witty conversations Their journey in this book is a journey one would want to go through themselves.

  7. says:

    This book was really fun Humorous with some drama and emotional twists I really enjoyed the characters Nick and Darcie were both well developed and easy to root for And the ending was very satisfying, too.

  8. says:

    Greece and romance How can I not like a book after that

  9. says:

    This book is the closest thing to sipping a glass of chilled white wine by the Aegean Sea and watching the boats stir I have not picked up a Harlequin novel in nearly half a decade, and this book was exactly the fun, light read that I was seeking That is the point of a vacation, yes To relax, rejuvenate one s spirit Darcie Hayes, recently dis engaged and working an unsatisfying job as a fact checker, rather than p

  10. says:

    This book is fun and quite dumb The entire situation is unrealistic, but I suppose that s not the point to this kind of book The thing that concerned me most is the beginning was filled with negative Greek stereotypes, which were unnecessary and uncalled for Fortunately, those stereotypes were only at the beginning and it portrayed apositive light on the Greek characters and their culture, though still stereotypical

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