Enchanting: The Lady of the Pier – The Flow by Effrosyni Moschoudi (Review)

The Lady of the Pier trilogy saw its second book’s release yesterday, and I had the pleasure of reading an ARC kindly provided by the author, Effrosyni Moschoudi. Read on for all the book details and my 5-star review.

The first book in the series, The Lady of the Pier: The Ebb  is still on a $0.99 sale. Don’t miss out!

The Lady of the Pier – The Flow

by Effrosyni Moschoudi
Genres: Romance, Paranormal
Release Date: June 26, 2015
Purchase Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

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Synopsis

BRIGHTON 1938

Laura and Christian enjoy a blissful summer, while Charles watches from a distance, waiting for the right time to intervene. This time, he’s prepared to do something truly vile as to leave nothing to chance. WWII breaks out, and Laura does her best to settle in a new life, having paid a terrible price. Will she find happiness at last, or will the past continue to haunt her?

CORFU 1988

Sofia arrives in Vassilaki brokenhearted over Danny. Just as a new boy comes into her life, the strange dreams start anew. Now in Brighton, she meets Danny again, but he blows hot and cold.  When she sees a female apparition on the West Pier, she finds out the locals call her ‘The Lady of the Pier’. Is this the woman in her dreams and why is Sofia the only one who can see her?

My Review

Enchanting

Corfu, 1988: Sofia nurtures her broken heart, her studies in England providing the key to freedom from a controling family. Brighton, 1938: Laura shields her shattered heart to protect the ones she loves, her once free and full life having turned into a prison. A haunting joins two worlds and two souls, seeking redemption.

Following the success of The Lady of the Pier–The Ebb which introduced us to the two nostalgic, enchanting worlds, The Flow becomes the gossamer bridge connecting them. The sparking Ionian waters in the carefree ’80s and  the overcast English skies during WWII couldn’t have been more apart, but it takes a talented author to magically unite them. All the elements that have made Effrosyni Moschoudi a favorite author are there: poignant character portrayals, evocative descriptions, era authenticity and sweet nostalgia form a magic story that stays true to its title: it Flows.

About the author

profpic 690x884 png 300dpiEffrosyni Moschoudi was born and raised in Athens, Greece. As a child, she often sat alone in her granny’s garden scribbling rhymes about flowers, butterflies and ants. Through adolescence, she wrote dark poetry that suited her melancholic, romantic nature. She’s passionate about books and movies and simply couldn’t live without them, particularly the ones starring Robert Pattinson, who is the constant inspiration behind her vulnerable romantic heroes. She lives in a quaint seaside town near Athens with her British husband Andy and a naughty cat called Felix. Effrosyni is a proud member of the writer’s group, eNovel Authors at Work.

What others say about Effrosyni’s writing:

“Effrosyni layers her words on the page like music.”

~Jackie Weger, National Best-selling Author

“Ms. Moschoudi is proving to be a skilled storyteller who takes her readers on a wonderful ride.”

~David M. Wind, author of Queen of Knights

Connect with Effrosyni

Site: http://www.effrosyniwrites.com

Amazon Author’s Page: http://www.amazon.com/author/effrosyni

Effrosyni at Enovel Authors at Work: http://enovelauthorsatwork.com/effrosyni-moschoudi/

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/frostiemoss

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

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7362780.Effrosyni_Moschoudi

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