delightful humorous romantic romp,
This review is from: My Big Fake Green-Card Wedding (Mass Market Paperback)
Though she knows she is no Mercouri, Greek Melina Kostos does not want to be married especially to those losers chosen by her overly protective family males. Worse her father decides the time has past and he will provide his twenty-nine years old daughter with a husband. Though she wishes she were not the oldest known virgin in Greece, she would prefer to remain an old maid than bow to some loser.
When visiting American businessman Adam Blake offers a marriage of convenience mostly based on her conditions with one stipulation, Melina accepts. The only thing Adam wants from her is her help in raising his beloved little girl. However, living with the two Blakes soon changes Melina's mind as she has finally fallen in love. She dreams of her spouse making love to her and raising siblings along with their daughter. She plans to pull a Mercouri and seduce her husband.
MY BIG FAKE GREEN-CARD WEDDING is a delightful humorous romantic romp that borders on the inane, but never crosses the line as Mollie Molay keeps order in her plot. The characters are a solid group whether they are Old World Greek or several generation American. Still in the end the tale belongs to a charming duo whose agreement of no touch is driving both batty to the amusement of the reader.