The Heiress of Santorini


An unexpected threat...
When insurance manager Alexandra Stewart is assigned to the Imperial Resorts Corporation account and has to travel to the island of Santorini, she's worried about keeping the promise she made to her late father. Alexandra swore to keep her real identity a secret and to stay away from her maternal grandfather, a Greek billionaire who lives on the island. However, what Alexandra thought was fate is actually a plot to bring her home.

An undeniable attraction...
The new assignment embeds Alexandra in a deadly game of vengeance and greed that threatens to destroy her grandfather’s empire. The only one she can turn to for help is Mark Taylor, the seductively handsome Managing Director of the Corporation. Mark is torn between his intense attraction to Alexandra and his promise to her grandfather to guard the secret that could destroy the entire Vassiliou family. His puzzling behavior infuriates Alexandra, but it can’t quell her desire.

A startling revelation...
Will Alexandra be able to trust Mark when he has already lied to her once? Will Mark be able to convince Alexandra he’s not the enemy? And when the time comes, will he be able to confess the truth to her?

Editorial Reviews:

“The third novel in The Greek Isles Series by Angel Sefer was very daring, dashed with forbidden romances and served with a great amount of hatred, revenge, and regrets…

Sefer entertains the readers with a series of entanglements that gives the novel a chilly air of suspense. She shocks the readers with the cruelty of the acts of violence that occur within supposedly bold Greek families where pride, tradition, and legacy is revered. The message on forgiveness and maintain strong family bonds despite conflict and tragedy is what really makes the novel spectacular and heartwarming.” San Francisco Book Review

"The Heiress of Santorini is a fabulous third installment of The Greek Isles Series. I’ve read the writer’s previous books, and she’s really hit her stride with this one. The descriptions are artfully crafted, and you can feel the characters’ emotions. Everything that happened was so vivid, I felt like I was immersed in the story.
The heat between Alexandra and Mark was amazing and didn’t let up as the book went on. The author did a great job of making the reader ache for them to be together yet at the same time feel hopeless about their fate. I loved how the story took a turn at the end, and the villain was not who I expected it to be.
Great book—I highly recommend it!"
Caroline Fardig, USA TODAY Bestselling Author

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