Seasons of Sun by Paula Renee Burzawa

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"When a shy American teenager travels with her mother to the mountain village of Vassara, Greece, after the unexpected death of a family member, she is overcome with grief. As she watches children chase balls across the town square and old widows ride atop donkeys to harvest fields of almond and olive trees, the young girl realizes she has stumbled upon a gateway to a new life.
What starts out as a holiday abroad quickly turns into the discovery of a magical place, where love and friendship endure through time and where traditions of an ancient world survive modern change to bring about an inexplicable miracle. Summer after summer, she cannot resist returning to her mother’s homeland and the enchanting village that enraptures both her heart and soul. Nothing—not even a raging mountain wildfire—can keep her away from the people and place she loves. As she matures from a girl to a woman, she falls in love for the first time and faces a difficult choice between the familiarity of home and the enticement of an uncertain future.
SEASONS OF SUN is a coming-of-age tale that opens the heart to discovering life and love in unexpected places."

About Paula Renee Burzawa

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Born of Greek heritage, PAULA RENEE BURZAWA spent ten summers visiting the ancient village of Vassara, Greece, before turning twenty-one. Traveling to her ancestral land has been the basis of her writing, documenting unique insights into her mother's and grandmother's homeland. Paula lives with her husband and two children outside Chicago.
Published September 7, 2010 by iUniverse. 228 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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