A Shameful Consequence. ( ratings by Goodreads); by Carol Marinelli; Miniseries: The Secrets of Xanos; On Sale: Feb 01, A Shameful Consequence. Carol Marinelli. Rating 4 review(s)Add your review. Nine-month wedding night scandal!. Nico Eliades is back on the idyllic Greek. But their one night brings more than just shame on Constantine and her family Constantine has no choice but to reveal her bombshell to Nico – yet still her.

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I like this author but this isn’t one of my favorites.

A Shameful Consequence : Carol Marinelli :

They never talk about the baby or whose it is. To view it, click here. Banished to the Harem. The Consequence She Cannot Deny. Quotes are left unidentified, so that I’m not even sure who said the quotes. The beginning and ending were so romantic. She came from a very traditional Greek family, born and raised on an island in Greece.

There is a casual reference in the end that her father did this for significant personal gain, but it is never fully disclosed or explored. In fact it was quite painful to read. The Greek’s Secret Son. I loved this very romantic book. How to write a great review. Wife Lost and Found. The Virgin’s Shock Baby. The Bush Doctor’s Challenge. But he is an alpha HP hero – so who knows. Connie is feeling humiliated after discovering the truth about her new husband, and doesn’t know what to do, fearing disapproval from her family should she decide to end the arranged marriage.


The journey that the hero and heroine go on, both individually and together, is simply spectacular. The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride.

Hope the brother’s book is just as good. Heroine was celibate and it’s never mentioned if the hero was celibate during their separation. But their one night brings more than just shame on Constantin He meets her in her wedding cqrol when she jilts her fiance. What a boring load of twaddle. Her wedding night turns into a nightmare for her and Nico comforts her The writing was just so overwrought. The Last Kolovsky Playboy. The Innocent’s Secret Baby.

He can’t help but notice a bride in a crumpled wedding dress sitting on the steps of his hotel.

In the event that you receive a faulty book, simply contact customer services and they will send you a replacement straight away. A Baby to Bind His Bride. He takes her back home with him to help mwrinelli recover, and although he is not ready to acknowledge that Connie’s baby is his Nico knows the truth in his heart and that he and Connie belong together.

He was a baby when he was adopted! I loved how they pretended they had met and dated before their lovemaking and the end where Nico thought to himself if he had grown up on Xanos, he would have actually loved and courted Connie. Claimed for the Leonelli Legacy. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. I also didn’t feel any sort of love or connection between these two characters, not even at the end when Nico decides that perhaps he could do the whole love thing after all.


She lives in the outer suburbs of Melbourne—pretty much in her car, driving her three children to their various commitments.

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A Vow of Cinsequence. Christmas at the Tycoon’s Command. Mar 13, Leona rated it liked it Shelves: We won’t even mention the fact that the heroine is named Constantine or that no one seems Greek, like, at all.

The Greek’s Forbidden Princess. The epilogue is wonderful. It says a lot about the hero that he doesn’t fall into vendetta mode and that he really stops to think about his actions during the black moment. The hero is getting more obsessed maeinelli his origins and yet the heroine says nothing. But at 14 she discovered theater.

I even had my husband read one page, and he even said it was badly written.

A Shameful Consequence

On her wedding night she finds out her husbands secret and realizes her marriage is a sham. The overall tone of the book is very lyrical without being over the top or maudlin. Playing the Greek’s Game. Connie cohsequence annoying at times is still likeable and easy to relate to although I don’t feel she should have kept certain knowledge she had from Niko.