Jason and Keanne by Marian Tee

jason-and-keanneJason Christakos is a Greek god, a billionaire, but more than that he’s beautiful inside, someone who loves so fiercely and selflessly without expecting anything in return.

Jason is the man who saved me from self-destruction, the man who knows all my secrets, and now the man whose broken heart I ache to heal.

Jason does not see me as a woman, does not believe I can truly love him, and does not think he is capable of loving any other woman than the one he lost to his brother.

In an all-out bid to win his love, I accept Jason’s challenge. For him to give me a chance to own his heart, he demands that I do everything he wants, and what he wants is for me to realize that someone out there is better for me.

Too late I realize that Jason also thinks someone out there is better for him-
but it is not me…

and it might never be me.

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Prince of Darkness, Marian Tee

Prince of Darkness

Forbidden. Foolish.

These were the first words that came to Fawn Cornwall’s mind when she thought of the prince’s offer to become her lover behind her boyfriend’s back.

Her boyfriend, whom she had caught cheating on her.

But if she said yes to the Prince of Darkness — Fawn knew she would never be the same again. It would be everything or nothing at all. He would either love her… or break her.

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Prince of Darkness, Marian Tee

5a; Prince of Darkness

Playboy. Billionaire. Heartbreaker.

These were just some of the things people knew Greek graduate student Reid Chalkias as, but his greatest claim to infamy was as The Prince of Darkness – and it was a name he deserved, in more ways than one.

Embracing the darkness allowed the prince to keep everyone at a distance… until innocent Fawn Cornwall started working for him.

Without even trying, Fawn was able to make him experience emotions he once thought he was immune to.

Jealousy. Possessiveness. And even… affection.

He almost, almost wanted to believe she was destined for him – if only she wasn’t already engaged to marry another man. Continue reading