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Author:
Caitlin Crews
ISBN13:
978-0373237449
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0373237448
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Harlequin Presents Large Print; Original edition (February 22, 2011)
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Katrakis's Last Mistress (Self-Made Millionaires - Book 5). Published September 2010. Katrakis's Sweet Prize (ebook). Published March 1st 2011 by Harlequin Presents. Author(s): Caitlin Crews (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 1426887930 (ISBN13: 9781426887932).

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Katrakis's Sweet Prize - Caitlin Crews. the heroine is such a glutton for punishment she comes across as excessively stupid. Chapter one. NIKOS KATRAKIS was by far the most dangerous man aboard the sleek luxury yacht. Ordinarily Tristanne Barbery would take one look at a man like him-so dark and powerful her breath caught each time she gazed at him from her place within sight of the elegant marble-topped bar where he stood-and flee for her life in the opposite direction. Are you sure? This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?

Megan Crane, also known as Caitlin Crews, is the author of chick lit, women's fiction, and contemporary romance . Katrakitas’s Sweet Prize. HEAT LEVEL: Satisfyingly Spicy.

Megan Crane, also known as Caitlin Crews, is the author of chick lit, women's fiction, and contemporary romance, and writes for several publishers including Harlequin Presents and Tule Publishing. Notorious Nikos Katrakis was looking for a new mistress when, out of the blue, heiress Tristanne Barbery offered herself to him.

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Katrakis's Sweet Prize. Notorious Nikos Katrakis was looking for a new woman to bed when, out of the blue, heiress Tristanne Barbery offered herself to him. Could satisfaction and revenge really be that easy to obtain?Tristanne knew better than to play games with a man of such devastatingly lethal charisma as Nikos.

Notorious Nikos Katrakis was looking for a new woman to bed when, out of the blue, heiress Tristanne Barbery offered herself to hi. Katrakis's Sweet Prize. On Sale: Feb 01, 2011.

Notorious Nikos Katrakis was looking for a new woman to bed when, out of the blue, heiress Tristanne Barbery offered herself to him. Could satisfaction and revenge really be that. Could satisfaction and revenge really be that easy to obtain? Tristanne knew better than to play games with a man of such devastatingly lethal charisma as Nikos. But, though she had a good idea of the kind of sacrifice she was offering, she had no choice.

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Notorious Nikos Katrakis was looking for a new woman to bed when, out of the blue, heiress Tristanne Barbery offered herself to him. Could satisfaction and revenge really be that easy to obtain?Tristanne knew better than to play games with a man of such devastatingly lethal charisma as Nikos. But, though she had a good idea of the kind of sacrifice she was offering, she had no choice.To Nikos's surprise, Tristanne was not the weak, biddable good-time girl he'd expected…and soon his plans for vengeance came crumbling down around him!
  • Tristanne and her family were the enemy to Nikos and he was going for revenge. He really didn't know that Tristanne hated her family almost as much as he did. I don't want to tell you too of much of the story, it's ok, not great. There was very little conflict and a bit too much internal dialog going on in Tristanne's head. Thank god I have a kindle so I can turn those pages at the speed of light. I really hated the ending of this book. Even after all Nikos did to Tristanne and she took him back, he still never said he loved her. He said no one ever loved him and therefore he had no idea what it was- Lame! I hate that with all of her big mouth she took him back and forgave him as soon as she saw him!! This was after leaving her at the alter!!! You know this girl was not a New Yorker!!! If the man I loved did that to me he would have had to suffer a little, grovel, plead, beg. Not Tristanne, she saw him get out of the limo a few weeks after he stood her up at the alter and went right to him...yuk! Hated the ending with a passion.

  • Of course there is heartbreak... he is not rotten to the core, but he is really, really bad.. or not?

    This is what makes this romance so spicy... you get angry with her, hurt with her, agonize with him.. but all this makes a great book. One you come back to, one that does not get lost on the shelf after one reading.

    Don't complain, it is hard enough to find a good story line for an author these days. Where would a good romance bee without conflict? This is a tough one... yes, I agree... but it is a romance and you know when you start reading it that they will get each other.

  • This was the most unromantic romance book I have ever read. He was bent on revenge, left her standing at the altar after she said she loved him, and then NEVER says he loves her. She just takes him back and decides she can "teach" him to love her. What absolute nonsense!

  • I really enjoy all her books. The writing is several notches above the usual harlequin fare, and if I could give more than 5 stars, I would.

  • Nikos Katrakis HATES Tristanne Barbery family for a wrong he believes the committed against his family. He has been planning his vegeance but it isn't too overt. It is subtle and when the opportunity presents itself in the form of Tristanne, Nikos isn't adverse in using her as the tool to gain his vengeance. Tristanne will do anything to help her helpless mother. With her mother's mounting health bills and Tristanne not having a job that can support both her and her mother, she must cowtow to her step brother. However, Tristanne finds that Nikos may be a bit more appearling in helpng her to achieve that goal of her trust fund three years before, rather than whomever darling step brother picks for her.

    First off this mysterious illness of Tristanne's mom - what was it? Next, I could NOT understand why Nikos wanted revenge for those people. He seemed to have wanted something from them that they were unable to give. However, the icing on the cake is that he claimed he didn't know what love is. Makes sense as to why he doesn't express it much. UNTIL you recall that he claimed he loved his half sister!!!! He even thinks he could not and did not know what love is - therefore he wouldn't know it if he felt it. Again note that he claimed it for half sister - he knew! More than likely it is a case of him not being able to accept love, but he can extend it to those that hate him.

    Nikos seemed to develop some rage at the evidence of her step-brother's marks on her yet he still left her to him!!! I almost wished that she got smacked around a bit just to squeeze something out of cold H. Nikos even wanted to leave scars when he gets his final revenge. He was just way too cold for me. All Nikos did was lie and make promises to Tristanne that he had NO intention of keeping. However, w/ nasty half-sister he claimed honor?!

    This whole blame thing that Nikos had for Tristanne's family didn't seem completely resolved IMHO. The half-sister excuse mad a little sense, but the business deal sounded like Nikos was just as much at fault. Why would Tristanne's step-brother lie about that especially then? Nikos on the other hand has proven that he will lie to get what he wants. Even Nikos' half-sister claimed that it was Nikos' fault as well.

    Near the end, Tristanne is thinking that she can't trust Nikos and that his reaction to something she said to him should be a clue as well. But for some reason she is doomed because she can't seem to get away from him. She didn't want a life like her parents where her mother begged for scraps of affection from her father even though he took responsibility for her. Tristanne seemed so strong and I expected more at the end, I wanted more at the end not just ILY from him, but MORE!!! Even though Tristanne claimed she was hurt by what Nikos did to her, she gave in way to easily and it seemed that the theme was unconditional love w/ no consequences! Nikos claims he doesn't wallow and yet his words to Tristanne in the end sound a bit like it to me.

    This is my favorite quote in the book and I think it sums up Nikos even though Tristanne was talking about her step brother when she said it: "They control. They demand. They issue orders and care not at all for the feelings or wishes of anyone around them. They crush and flatten and maim as they see fit. What is a little bruise next to everything else a man is capable of? Next to what you are capable of, for that matter?"

  • Mean-spirited hero, spineless heroine... that pretty much sums it up. I didn't like this book at all. The plot seemed far too far-fetched to be believable and the supposed hero was just very unlikeable and unlovable. Towards the end I found myself actually rooting for Tristanne to tell Nikos that no way she would ever take him back, when he left her standing at the altar, after she poured her heart out to him, but sadly she did. Towards the end of a contemporary romance novel, to me it is important that I feel the couple has a shot a 'happily ever after'. With this couple I would be surprised if they would actually make it past their first anniversary: there's only so much a person can forgive.

    Nikos never said he loved Tristanne. After he jilted her at the altar, he just showed up, sort of apologizes and Tristanne is dumb enough to marry him, without even so much as calling him out on his appalling behavior, believing that she can heal him.

    Yes, Nikos had a bad childhood. But then again, most heroes in a contemporary series roman have and they are no way near as mean as Nikos.

  • Wow! that hurt , his leaving Tristanne at the wedding like, what a horrible man, except he wasnt really. If you have read the previous reviews then you already know what happens so im not gonna rehash it. A lot was said about Nikos not saying the L word, but he does say he doesnt knw what love is cause noone has ever loved him and vice versa, yet he nows Tristanne brings him joy like noone has. His cynicism prevents him from saying but Tristanne knows him better, and knows what he feels. I almost didnt buy this because of the bad reviews but found it to be a good read. My favorite part is when Nikos in the bar after dumping Tristanne analyzing his feelings and realizes hes hurting but doesnt understand why then realizes he cant let Trstanne go, the damn fool doesnt know hes in love. I liked this book. Her brother was horrible , i want someone to beat him up.