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On the back of an unhappy marriage and bitter divorce, stressed-out Ariana Carter-Cruz returns to the remote Greek island of Sakros, to claim the estate of her late grandmother, Sophia. A straightforward affair - go there, sell the house, get out - and start a new life with her daughter. What she didn’t factor into her plans was that stunning local taverna owner and harbor master Nikki Kefalas would still be living on the island. 

As past lovers collide and young love blossoms, Ariana’s preconceived plan stands to threaten everything she holds dear and destroy the island’s unspoilt, idyllic way of life. But Sophia had plans of her own before her death. Will she succeed in reconnecting her granddaughter’s heart to what truly matters in life?

©2018 Emma Nichols (P)2019 Emma Nichols

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  • 2019-01-29

Potential

This book had so much potential to be a sweet love story. The book just seemed scattered, didn’t have any back story really to the two main characters. Besides they were teenagers in love. Then one of them came back after 20 years and they were making out. Some of the plot didn’t make sense and it felt choppy.

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 2020-10-14

Second Chance Romance

Ariana had been forced to leave the remote Greek island of Sakros now she has returned to claim her grandmother, Sophia’s estate. Her plans are complicated by the presence of her first love Nikki Kefalas. While her daughter is falling in love with an island girl she is drawn into the magic of island life and love. Her grandmother’s plans are drawing her in.

I had read the book and totally loved the Audible version. Great performance and magical story. Recommend.

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  • rkrgrrl
  • 2020-08-20

A great second chance romance..

A story about coming home and being with your one true love. I liked the storyline, characters , and setting. This book seriously makes me want to move to a small Greek island and drink Ouzo on the beach.

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  • Avril
  • 2020-06-03

Lovely Story

I absolutely loved this second chance romance. It was lovely and sweet. Jessica Jeffries is a fantastic narrator and Emma Nichols is wonderful at writing an emotionally appealing story that will make you want to laugh and cry and grumble at the injustice of everything.

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  • RdKill51
  • 2020-04-11

Soph.

I am so excited to have listened to this book. Felt like I was apart of the island and the sunny weather. I didn’t read/listen to it all in one day, but it gave me some thing to look forward to. It’s Worth the listen. Off to my next adventure.

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  • Me & My Girls
  • 2019-12-12

Weak

You can't have one of the two lead characters be a spineless, whiny, ineffectual, and cowardly excuse for a woman for 90% of the book and make it or her likable. You keep waiting for her to grow a metaphorical pair but then she makes decisions that will effect people she supposedly cares about, but is so afraid of their reactions she keeps her actions hidden thus making things worse for those same people when they do finally learn the truth. In romance novels the two lead characters need to be flawed but likable; Nikki fits that description, Ariana doesn't.

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  • Jan
  • 2019-11-17

Ariana: Love Always Finds a Way Home

Ariana: Love Always Finds a Way Home. The narrater is terrible, I do not know about the story I just could not listen to the narrator.
Like the majority of the Escape Package. So many of the books in the package are such poor quality.

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  • Sab
  • 2019-09-25

Cute book

Well I liked the book, it was not the best I read lately but it was not the worst. It was OK. I liked that both mother and daughter found their love on their island...

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  • Ps58
  • 2019-06-27

The heart always know the truth.

I loved this story of young love. It stood the test of time and adults who cared so little for anything but themselves. The island and the descriptions Emma Nichols gave made you feel the salty breeze as you read. A brilliant story of deep love and strong hearts.