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In a village on Naxos lies a gorgeous guest house and taverna that never opened. Cressida’s husband died suddenly three years ago – the taverna was their dream – but she’s been too lost in grief to keep that dream alive.
Marjory "Jory" St. James, a young traveler who always feels more at home on the move, arrives on Naxos in the middle of the night as if summoned by the island. She quite unexpectedly becomes Cressida’s very first guest.
Jory quickly discovers that this island vacation is more than just a sightseeing adventure as all of the women in town are more than what they seem. But when a hotel group offers to buy Cressida's taverna, it's going to take all of Jory and Cressida's drive and expertise to keep that from happening. With a generous dash of romance, deliciously tempting Greek food, and a growing friendship, can these two women find a way to finally open the little Greek taverna?
"Featuring a charming cast of characters, The Secrets of the Little Greek Taverna is a love letter to Greece and to listening to one's intuition. Readers will fall head-over-heels for this engaging story that's weaved together by magic."Annette Christie, author of The Rehearsals and For Twice in My Life
"As flavorful and satisfying as Cressida’s mouth-watering Greek dishes, The Secrets of the Little Greek Taverna is an absolute feast of a novel. I tucked in with it on a frosty winter day and was immediately transported to Palmisano’s sun-drenched Greek island town, where most anything can be solved over a delicious meal, and the discovery of true love may be just a bite of bread away. Readers will fall hard for this romantic story, and even harder for the warm and nurturing group of women telling it, who prove that friendship conjures its own special brand of magic. I devoured it in one sitting."Erika Montgomery, author of Our Place on the Island and A Summer to Remember
"The most delicious of novels… I dare you not to fall in love!"Soraya M. Lane, author of The Italian Daughter
"This is such a sweet, warm-hearted book brimming with generosity. The characters, the relationships, the food, and the setting are evocatively drawn and had me yearning to escape to a Greek island. A perfect and pleasurable holiday read."Anne Tiernan, author of The Last Days of Joy
- On Sale
- May 7, 2024
- Page Count
- 352 pages
- Grand Central Publishing