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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Greek Islands

I went to Greece several times and always enjoyed visiting Athens and the islands:
-Mykonos and Santorini are the most famous as summer resorts.
-Rhodes is known for the the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and Delos for its history and ruins.
-Tinos is famous for its miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary held in the Panagia Evangelistria church and for its yearly pilgrimage that takes place on August 15.
-Milos is famous for the statue of Aphrodite discovered there, also called the Venus of Milo, now in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

GREEK ENCOUNTER
[This is a humorous sensual romance with explicit love scenes, but not erotic.]

Can the pain of the past bring about the happiness of the future?
Stefano Kostapoulos plans to demolish the dilapidated Pink Villa inherited from his grandmother and build a modern resort on the Greek island of Mykonos. But the American co-owner refuses to sell his shares and sends his attorney to Greece—a lawyer Stefano plans to shred to pieces at the hearing.

Except that Counselor Ashley Sheppard is a gorgeous redhead who knocks Stefano off his axis when he meets her incognito. Sparks fly during a first encounter that leads to a memorable night of passion.
In court, Ashley is in for a nasty surprise. Her handsome Greek god is the opponent. Her heart gnaws with pain, yet she attacks him with all her strength to defend her grandfather’s case.

Stefano wins the lawsuit, but is about to lose Ashley. To keep her in Mykonos, he strikes a deal with his old enemy. Does Ashley dare to trust the Greek playboy? Or even understand her grandfather’s strange change of heart regarding the Pink Villa?

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GREEK ENCOUNTER, http://tinyurl.com/6ulnxzg

9 comments:

  1. Did you see any Greeks that looked as good as the one on your cover when you were there?

    Morgan Mandel
    http://morganmandel.blogspot.com

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  2. I think I ought to visit Greece! LOL.

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  3. Yes!!! Remember Apollo was a Greek god, and Aphrodite was born from the Aegean Sea!

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  4. Sounds like a great place to visit!

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  5. It's a fun place with gorgeous beaches and it has a lot of history. And delicious food.

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  6. Love that cover! Clever to use the Greek Epsilon in the title, too.

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  7. Thanks Patsy.

    Caroline, it was my husband's idea to use the Greek letter epsilon instead of E.

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