The Greek Tapestry
by Anthea Syrokou
I received an advanced copy of this book from the author, with no promise of review.
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The Greek Tapestry is a second installment, but can be a stand-alone novel. I read the first book, Eventually Julie, and I really liked it, but this one blows it out of the water! And I’ll be honest, I don’t read much Chic Lit.
Anthea’s writing is very visual; very detailed. But at no time does it seem wordy. In fact, it is very poetic. There is a lot of romantic suspense sprinkled with friendship, dunked into the main “find yourself” theme. The book touches home so close it’s scary.
The characters come to life, and the story flows well. The last few chapters were too mushy for my taste, but like I said, I don’t read much ChicLit because I don’t do sappy. Overall it was written very well and I highly recommend the book.
I want to travel to another country and find myself now. The author portrays Greece in a beautiful light. Anthea’s new novel reads like you’re watching a very well made chick-flick movie! (….someone make a movie out of this, please.) 😉