Forbidden fruits . Was Olivia just a prize Max had stolen from his rivals?
When Olivia first met Max Agathios, she was young-and utterly captivated. But Max was her father's arch-enemy in business, so she was forbidden to see him again.
Four years on, Olivia had agreed to marry Christos, Max's nephew; it was a match of which both their fathers approved.
Then Max reappeared and staked his claim to Olivia, but now she realized that she was just the trophy in a battle that Max was determined to win. There was a way to end this deadly war, though: if Max could discover that he wanted Olivia for herself. But for that to happen, she had to give herself to him!
Love can conquer the deadliest of Sins.
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by on September 30, 2016
- Harlequin, July 2011
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