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I'm a regular reader of Rebecca Winters and this is book is typical of her work. Rebecca creates characters who are kind, honourable and decent with stories that are usually set in Europe. Her books are a lovely form of escapism and unique in the characters she creates. Her style is quite formal and traditional so may not be for everyone but this definitely sets her apart. I just wish there was a bit more excitement and suspense thrown in as it can get a bit tedious at times.
I enjoyed this second book more than the first one in the series but they are of a similar standard. I would have liked more of a description of the character's physical appearances. Perhaps Rebecca is letting us use our imagination as we see fit but I like a description. We really had nothing about either of the two characters except Zoe is blonde and about 5'6" and Vasso is Greek and has black hair. In book one we had a lovely description about Raina's beautiful hair and unusual violet eyes. I enjoyed Vasso's openness in his pursuit of Zoe and Zoe was a lovely character. Again, it just got a bit tedious in places but nevertheless enjoyable.
"A Wedding for the Greek Tycoon (Greek Billionaires)" by Rebecca Winters is the part of the 'Billionaire's' series. It can be read as part of the series or as a read alone as the author does a great job in describing other characters in the book.
Zoe Zachos owes the Giannopolous Foundation in a very big way. They paid for her Cancer treatments when she was fighting this dreaded disease. In walks Vasso Giannopolous who is larger than life and gorgeous. With the encouragement of Father Debakis Vasso offers Zoe a job in Greece. She goes back to where her family is from, and feels not only a sense of peace but also closer to her family that she lost tragically. The past has a way of coming between even these two star crossed romantics. Plus, Zoe is fighting the fear of her Cancer coming back and doesn't want to become involved with anyone because of that.
This story is beautifully written. It makes you want to cheer the couple and cry for all the pain that Zoe has gone through, and even feel bad for Vasso who is an all around good guy. It wasn't a fast read for me, but I was able to come right back into it if I had to with no issues. I loved reading about Greece and the graphic descriptions in the writing.
The story revolved around the fact that the hero opened up a hospital to fight lymphoma cancer. The heroine was a patient at the New York hospital. She was so grateful for the help from the non profit organization that paid for her treatment. But when the two met there was more. But will get fear of reoccurring cancer keep her from the one man for her? Will he be able to help her get over her fears?