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Helios Crowns His Mistress & Leonetti's Housekeeper Bride

Narrated by: Faye Adele
Series: The Kalliakis Crown, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 48 mins
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The Heir's Choice: Mistress or Wife?

Breaking news: From the depths of the palace come whispers of a threat to Agon. It's public knowledge that Crown Prince Helios is bound to marry the princess of Monte Cleure, but will the discovery of his secret lover, Amy Green, shatter the kingdom?

An exclusive source has revealed that Amy has ended their affair - leaving Helios furious. And we all know he's not a man to be denied! Legally, Helios must wed someone of pure royal blood. So the question remains: Will he do as duty commands, or will he risk his crown to marry his mistress?

His Innocent Wife...

The last thing Gaetano Leonetti wants is to be shackled in marriage, but to become CEO of his family's bank, his grandfather has decreed Gaetano must find a nice, ordinary woman to wed.

Convinced his grandfather is mad, Gaetano sets about proving him wrong with housekeeper Poppy Arnold. With her outspoken nature and unusual dress sense, she's definitely not wife material!

But it's not long before hardworking, self-sacrificing Poppy charms his grandfather, and Gaetano's stuck with a union he didn't want and a bride he sinfully craves! Having set her up to fail, can he really take the precious gift of her virginity?

©2016 Harlequin Books S.A. (P)2016 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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  • 06-12-16

Helios Crowns His Mistress & Leonetti's HouseKeeper Bride

Most enjoyable two very good books. Very good details and romantic . Thank you. I cannot wait to read the next one.

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  • mmesa
  • 03-09-16

Michelle smart nice surprise

loved the story from beginning to end had a hard time putting it down for two great books..

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  • Beatriz
  • 04-30-18

Very happy and very much recommend the books

I have no idea how to describe the utter delight that is reading Michelle Smart's writings. One of the most amazing and sweet stories I've ever read. Very much recommend. Also Faye Adele making her best to being this wonderful story to life in all its form, I'm so happy with my purchase just for the first book.
Although the second book is flawlessly read and written well by the author, I felt as the climax of the book carried through way too much time.
A bit of suffering is good, suffering with continued comments of said pain (and I mean continued as in a lot for me) can make you feel numb and bored to fullest, especially underlining and explaining things we already heard in the previous scene/phrase but in a different way and/or by the background of the character you just explained a few chapters ago