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The Greek Heart by Kate Frost – really is a delightful Romantic Escape!

A broken heart, an island escape, a boy from the past. Will Lottie’s search lead to love?

When a special anniversary takes Lottie on a journey to find the little boy she once knew, it’s a chance to put heartache behind her.

Lottie’s search takes her to Greece and a family who have known about her for decades. A warm welcome gives her some much-needed time out and the chance to reflect. Yet an emotional revelation and two handsome but complicated brothers make her question her past decisions.

Learning to love herself and be content on her own is the first step. But will Lottie be able to follow her heart and find lasting happiness?

My Review:

I thoroughly enjoyed escaping into this fantastic story and revisiting Greece and Dubrovnik alongside Lottie!

When only eight years old, Lottie had major surgery to repair a hole in her heart. Whilst in hospital there was a younger boy on the ward with her, A and the two were great friends but have never seen each other after their operations. Now, thirty six years  and two divorces later, Lottie decides to try to find him, to discover if his operation was as successful as hers and what he’s doing now. The only problem is she’s relying on memories to try to locate him but it will give her the opportunity to re-evaluate her life choices and options. She’s starting with a stay in Santorini at the hotel which was originally also the family home for Artie, though she knows they no longer live there. . . .

This is a beautifully written story, with fabulous descriptions of the people and places that immerse the reader into the story. It is an adventure, a chance to consider what happened in the past without the pressure of work and to make new plans for the future. There are great characters to meet, new relationships for Lottie to form, mouth watering descriptions of tasty dishes, some swoon worthy Greek men and surprises, too. It really lives up to its series title as a Romantic Escape book and is a lovely way to imagine being out in the Greek sunshine again. I have no hesitation in highly recommending it to anyone else who is wishing they could go away on holiday or is looking for a delightful story to escape into.

Thanks for my copy of this book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.

Purchase Link – https://getbook.at/thegreekheart

Author Bio – 

Kate Frost is the author of character-driven women’s fiction (The Butterfly Storm series and Beneath the Apple Blossom), romantic escape novels (The Baobab Beach Retreat, A Starlit Summer, The Greek Heart and The Amsterdam Affair), and Time Shifters, a time travel adventure trilogy for children. She has a MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University, where she also taught life writing to creative writing undergraduates.

Kate lives in Bristol with her husband, young son, and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Frodo. She feels very lucky to spend her days writing, but when she’s not working on a novel, she’s the Director of Storytale Festival, a new city-wide children’s book festival that she co-founded in Bristol in 2019 with the ethos of making books accessible to all and encouraging children and teens to read, write and be creative.  

Social Media Links – 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katefrostauthor

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/katefrostauthor

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVhcSLhVZrTwDq9OteyFmHA

Website: http://kate-frost.co.uk/

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One comment on “The Greek Heart by Kate Frost – really is a delightful Romantic Escape!

  1. Carla
    February 28, 2021

    This sounds good Elaine. I love these second chance type of stories. Wonderful re view.


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