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Aphrodite’s Tears

Aphrodite’s Tears

Author(s): Hannah Fielding

Location(s): Santorini

Genre(s): Fiction, Romance

Era(s): Modern

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This book is set on the fictional island of Helios, but as the author explains in this #TalkingLocationWith…  article, the inspiration is very clearly Santorini.

A young archaeologist who travels to the remote island of Helios (based on the island of Santorini) to investigate an ancient shipwreck, becomes caught in a web of dark obsession, mystery and seduction in Hannah Fielding s latest novel. In ancient Greece, one of the twelve labours of Hercules was to bring back a golden apple from the Garden of Hesperides. To archaeologist Oriel Anderson, joining a team of Greek divers on the island of Helios seems like the golden apple of her dreams.Yet the dream becomes a nightmare when she meets the devilish owner of the island, Damian Theodorakis. In shocked recognition, she is flooded with the memory of a romantic night in a stranger s arms, six summers ago. A very different man stands before her now, and Oriel senses that the sardonic Greek autocrat is hell-bent on playing a cat and mouse game with her. As they cross swords and passions mount, Oriel is aware that malevolent eyes watch her from the shadows. Dark rumours are whispered about the Theodorakis family. What dangers lie in Helios: a bewitching land where ancient rituals are still enacted to appease the gods, young men risk their lives in the treacherous depths of the Ionian Sea, and the volatile earth can erupt at any moment? Will Oriel find the hidden treasures she seeks? Or will Damian s tragic past catch up with them, threatening to engulf them both?

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3.75* I guess when this book first popped through the door I was struck by how sumptuous the production is – indeed, a sumptuous number of pages, divided into just 13 Chapters! It struck...

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