Victoria Bastedo is an escape artist. From the time she was small in Kansas City, she’s enjoyed vanishing into all forms of fiction, whether it occurs first in her daydreams, a book or a show. She also loves to walk and peruse landscapes and architecture, to socialize with her friends and to dabble with occasional arts and crafts. She’s lived the best romance because she married a good man, and thanks God for her large family. An active member of her writing group, she recommends writers find others who share their dreams to enrich and support them.
The Greek Isles held an allure she couldn't deny.
His name was Miklos.
When Therese was ten, she would have drowned had it not been for Miklos, the handsome Greek boy who dove from his boat to save her life. Now grown and with years of letter-writing between them, she needs him again. Recovering from an illness, Therese is advised to leave the Pacific Northwest rain behind, and return to the Grecian sun and the sea -and Miklos.
Miklos hasn't seen his friend in years. He isn't a boy anymore, nor is Therese the young girl he pulled from the water. She's so much more. But before they have a chance to deepen their relationship, they're interrupted by a dangerous stalker, an unwelcome pursuit, and the discovery of Therese's long-lost father. If Miklos wants to become more than a penpal for the rest of her life, he may have to save her for the second time. Pages: 168 paperback