Samantha Bastille is an up and coming
artist. At an art show, she is introduced to a kindly man
who is thoroughly captivated by her depiction of a castle in
one of her paintings. Samantha has no idea that the castle
she painted from her thoughts and dreams really exists.
Finding out that her imagination painted ruins on a Greek
island intrigue her and so when she is asked to go to Greece
to see the ruins firsthand, she doesn’t hesitate to go.
That single decision will change her life forever.
Lykaios is the alpha of his pack and as
such, must have a mate. As his pack’s Herangetta mating
ritual draws near, Lyk knows he must convince Samantha that
she is his chosen mate but that might not be as hard as
convincing her he is a lycan and wants not only her but his
second in command, Arcas as well.
In the paranormal genre, there is
nothing I love to read more than an alpha shape shifter –
especially one as devastatingly handsome and dominant as Lyk.
His thoughts were focused on the two people who meant the
most to him and their happiness meant something to him. He
loved both Samantha and Arcas unconditionally and wanted
their love as well. I found Greek Temptation
to be scorching hot but with a truly magical feel. This was
a great book.