by: Abby Green
Genre: Contemporary Billionaire Romance
Release Date: May 1, 2020
Publisher: Harlequin Presents
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She doesn’t recognize her husband
But her body does…
Sasha’s life changes beyond recognition after a shocking accident—her amnesia has made sure of that. She can’t even remember marrying Apollo, her devastatingly handsome Greek husband! Although she does remember their intimate, searing passion…
Then Sasha discovers the truth behind their less-than-perfect marriage and is left with more questions than ever. Why can she remember only one night with Apollo? Why does their undeniable connection trouble him so? And is their tempestuous marriage strong enough to withstand revelations from her past…?
The Greek’s Unknown Bride by Abby Green marks my first time reading her. I love the world she’s built with vivid descriptions. She allowed me to teleport myself into the pages. Apollo Vasilis is an extremely wealthy businessman who came from nothing. He runs hot and cold. Oftentimes, he is hard to read. The one thing that’s certain is his disdain for his new wife, Sasha, who has lost her memory after a car accident that should have killed her. Apollo agrees to take care of Sasha until her memory returns but plans to divorce her as soon as possible. Apollo isn't prepared for the attraction he feels for Sasha, especially since he hasn't felt that attraction since the night they met. The two spend their time tiptoeing around their attraction, but it's too combustible to control. The result is just what Sasha needs to regain her memory and start to put her life back together again.
I was so excited to finally read an amnesia story. I'm not sure if there is a blueprint for how these stories are supposed to go or not. All I know is that my curiosity kept me reading The Greek’s Unknown Bride. It took me a while to start to like these characters. Apollo was abrasive and Sasha was confusing. The story felt off, but I guess that was intentional in order to keep the reader just as confused as the characters. For me, I had an idea of what was happening but things didn't totally click into place until the heroine regained her memory. I love that there was an epilogue. While the main story ended with a HEA, the epilogue truly tied up the story. It showed the complete evolution of the characters.
**Received a copy of the book from the author and voluntarily reviewed it.**
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