Unique Three-eBook Box Set on Sale for .99 on Amazon
Just in time for beach season, the “Fantastic Greek Summer Reads: The Greece in Me” box set is available for a limited time on Amazon for .99.
The eBook bundle features three books: “Chasing Athens” by Marissa Tejada, a romantic comedy/women’s fiction novel; “Girl Gone Greek” by Rebecca Hall, a coming of age/contemporary women’s fiction novel; and “Greek Expectations: The Last Moussaka Standing” by Ekaterina Botziou; a Greek life guide/memoir. Each book in the collection tells an inspiring story in which Greece is integral to the setting and also proves to be an important “character” in each book.
This eBook box set will be available at special launch price of .99 on all Amazon sites from June 24, 2016 until August 1, 2016. From August 1, 2016, the eBook bundle will be available for 6.99.
CHASING ATHENS by Marissa Tejada
Touching on the expat experience, Tejada tells a fantastic story of heartbreak and self-discovery to define the meaning of home…
Uncertain of her future after a heart-breaking split, American expat Ava Martin throws herself into the thick of Athenian reality and soon discovers that the tumultuous, culture-rich Mediterranean country is coloring her life in a way no place else can, changing her forever.
GIRL GONE GREEK by Rebecca A. Hall
A tale of self-discovery and realization that home and belonging don’t necessarily have to be your birthplace…
When Rachel moved to Greece to escape a life of social conformity, she found a country of unconventional characters and economic turmoil. The last thing she expected was to fall in love with the chaos that reigned about her.
GREEK EXPECTATIONS: THE LAST MOUSSAKA STANDING by Ekaterina Botziou
Part memoir, part rant, part survival guide. A witty cautionary tale of Greek love and life…
Growing up in a semi-Greek household, Ekaterina Botziou spent much of her childhood defying her father’s wishes for her to learn to play the bouzouki, and refusing third helpings of moussaka. Unfortunately, Zeus had other ideas and in a twist of fate some years later, Ekaterina found herself married to a Greek-Cypriot and battling against the stale old laws of Greek tradition.