Billionaire Island Brides

The books in the Billionaire Island Brides series are set on the fictitious island of Akilina in the South Caribbean. The first three books follow Greek-American billionaire alpha-male triplets. Rapheus, Neopheus, and Telepheus Giannopoulos, as they try to solve their family's tie to the island. What they discover will make them question their beliefs about who they think they are. But since these stories are romances, the brothers will of course fall helplessly and hopelessly in love with the strong independent women who capture their hearts.

These books are suspenseful and filled with emotion, drama, and personal and family-oriented challenges that will keep the rader glued o the pages until the very end.

See you in Akilina, where restless souls find love...

Faq

Where did you get the idea for the billionaire Island Brides series?

I have always wanted to write a romance series set in the Caribbean because I was born there and I wanted to write about my culture. But as I began to pen the first draft, I had a "What If?" moment that stemmed from my watching Marvel's Black Panther that was set in the fictitious African country of Wakanda--a country whose culture and lifestyle had not been touched nor influenced by Westerners.


I thought, what if there was an island in the Caribbean that was never colonized by Europeans? What if the Taino, or the Kalinago, or another Indigenous peoples who lived on this island were left to practice their way of life and culture without outside influences and ideology? And so the idea of the island of Akilina was born.

tell me more about Akilina--Size and location:

Akilina is situated in the South Caribbean. It is about 230 sq. miles, and borders the Atlantic on the east coast, and the Caribbean Sea on the west.

what is the ethnic make-up of the inhabitants of Akilina?

The descendants of former African enslaved people inhabit most of the western side, called Akilina, while the Megiri occupy the eastern side.

Ynoa is the original name of the island and it means Land of Poisonous Trees because of the groves of Manchineel trees that still grow on the island to this day.

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