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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

"Truly an enjoyable read and the descriptions of the Greek Isles—well—you will feel like you are really there!"


5.0 out of 5 stars Truly an enjoyable read and the descriptions of the Greek Isles--well--you will feel like you are really there!May 12, 2015
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This review is from: Deadly Secrets (The Greek Isles Series Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
Try to imagine your entire life being disrupted at the age of eight--Helena's father disappeared never to be heard from or seen again. Her Mom takes her back to England and is never the same. Her Mom makes Helena promise she will never go back to Greece but won't tell her why. After her Mom passes away Helena decides she wants to see the only family she has left--so she goes to Greece. Someone is following her and she almost gets run over--then as she leaves the boat there is a suspicious looking man staring at her. She is picked up by Dimitris who she doesn't remember but who she feels an immediate attraction.

Meanwhile Helena is becoming more and more positive that her father's death was no accident--especially after finding her Grandmothers diary. Bur who would want her father dead? You are not going to guess this one too easily. Meanwhile it seems that Helena and Demitrius were promised to each other in marriage by their families--uh--this is the modern age isn't it--what happens will amaze you!

This is the second book I read in this series--they Try to imagine your entire life being disrupted at the age of eight--Helena's father disappeared never to be heard from or seen again. Her Mom takes her back to England and is never the same. Her Mom makes Helena promise she will never go back to Greece but won't tell her why. After her Mom passes away Helena decides she wants to see the only family she has left--so she goes to Greece. Someone is following her and she almost gets run over--then as she leaves the boat there is a suspicious looking man staring at her. She is picked up by Dimitris who she doesn't remember but who she feels an immediate attraction.

Meanwhile Helena is becoming more and more positive that her father's death was no accident--especially after finding her Grandmothers diary. Bur who would want her father dead? You are not going to guess this one too easily. Meanwhile it seems that Helena and Demitrius were promised to each other in marriage by their families--uh--this is the modern age isn't it--what happens will amaze you!

This is the second book I read in this series--they truly are enjoyable reads and the descriptions of the Greek Isles--well--you will feel like you are really there!