"The third novel in The Greek Isles Series by Angel Sefer was verydaring, dashed with forbidden romances and served with a great amount ofhatred, revenge, and regrets... Sefer entertains the readers with a series ofentanglements that gives the novel a chilly air of suspense. She shocks thereaders with the cruelty of the acts of violence that occur within supposedlybold Greek families where pride, tradition, and legacy is revered. The messageon forgiveness and maintain strong family bonds despite conflict and tragedy iswhat really makes the novel spectacular and heartwarming." - San Francisco Book Review
"The Heiress of Santorini is a fabulous third installment of TheGreek Isles Series. I've read the writer's previous books, and she's really hither stride with this one. The descriptions are artfully crafted, and you canfeel the characters' emotions. Everything that happened was so vivid, I feltlike I was immersed in the story.
The heat between Alexandra and Mark was amazing and didn't let up as thebook went on. The author did a great job of making the reader ache for them tobe together yet at the same time feel hopeless about their fate. I loved howthe story took a turn at the end, and the villain was not who I expected it tobe.
Great book - I highly recommend it!" - Caroline Fardig, USA TODAY Bestselling Author
Editorial Review for"Harbor in the Storm":
"Harbor in the Storm: The GreekIsles Series, Book 6 is a romanticsuspense novel written by Angel Sefer. Whilethis is book 6 in her series, eachof Sefer's Greek Isles books is written as astandalone story that takes placeon one of the Greek islands. Natalie Asimakiswas concerned when her husbandfailed to pick her up at the Atlanta airport. Hehad promised to be there whenher plane from Fort Lauderdale was scheduled toarrive, and it was several hourspast that time. She was stunned when she sawDaniel McKenzie outside the airportinstead. He looked as gorgeous as ever,elegantly attired in his Armani suit. Shefelt transfixed, watching him andremembering the intensity of theirrelationship, then she wanted to withdraw,quickly, before he noticed her. Buthe did notice her, and he seemed so glad tosee her. He had also just returnedfrom a trip and had a limousine waiting forhim. She accepted his offer of aride, seeing that her husband just didn't seemto be getting there. Why had sheever married James Cassidy when she had neverstopped loving Daniel McKenzie?
Angel Sefer's romantic suspense novel, Harbor in the Storm: The GreekIslesSeries, Book 6, is a taut and thrilling story about a young woman whoselife isabruptly torn apart when she discovers that her husband is not who heclaims tobe and that the killers looking for him are threatening to kill herand heraunt as well. Sefer's characters work quite well within this story, andit'shard not to hope that Natalie and Daniel survive the threats to theirexistenceand find a way to rekindle their lost romance. I've long beenintrigued by theloveliness and natural settings of the Greek islands, and lovedlearning aboutSkiathos, the island where Natalie grew up and where her family'sestate is.Sefer's plot is well-constructed and the action keeps on coming inthissuspenseful thriller of a romance. Harbor in the Storm: The Greek IslesSeries,Book 6 is most highly recommended." - Readers'Favorite