“Skully has proven herself, once again, the master of the mature, emotional, steamy romance genre!” ~ 5-star Review
There’s magic on Santorini, beneath the beautiful bougainvillea, under the blue domes, and in the enticing Aegean Sea.
Angela Walker spent three glorious weeks on Santorini after she graduated from college. Three weeks that changed her life forever. Thirty years later, it’s time to go back to that beautiful island and the warm blue sea, the only place where she was ever completely happy.
Thirty years ago, Xandros Daskalakis fell in love with a summer girl who came to his beloved island. When Angela had to return home, they agreed they’d meet in one year, and he believed he’d spend the rest of his life with her. But Angela never returned. Not for thirty years.
Now she’s back. And she’s brought her daughter with her. Suddenly they all have questions that could cause an eruption massive enough to destroy their lives. Or bring them the happiness they lost so long ago.
Take a holiday to the gorgeous Greek Isles and feel the magic for yourself in this later in life, second chance romance.
The Once Again series are all stand-alone stories and can be read in any order.
I loved this book!!!!
MEMORIES OF SANTORINI is book 6 in the Once Again series by Jennifer Skully.
If you love exotic locales, this book has it all—the magic of the Greek Isle of Santorini, the Aegean Sea, and tiny towns built into the cliff with bougainvillea climbing the walls.
Angela Walker returns to Santorini thirty years after her first trip where she fell in love with Xandros Daskalakis. Those three weeks changed her life forever when she came home pregnant with his child, but instead of returning to tell him, she married another man.
Now Angela's returned to Santorini with her daughter and meets up with Xandros again. They rekindle their love, but the lie that Angela has kept for the last thirty years is about to destroy her future with Xandros.
The love story between Angela and Xandros kept me turning the pages and up late reading it. I highly recommend this book!