The Sun Worshippers by Elizabeth Harris

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...I think it’s more women’s fiction than a true romance and my grade is more for the dreamy, unreal ending, irritation at the uneasy bits and delayed resolution of the romance plus the uneven power balance than anything else.
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'the author really captures the imagination’ - Sunday Independent

A Mystical Love Reborn …

The long-awaited Grecian escape has finally arrived but when Fay Leary arrives in Corfu after nightfall with nowhere to go, she fears that the dream holiday planned for herself and her two young sons may quickly become a disaster.

Her panic turns to surprise when she manages to secure local accommodation with ease at the airport with the mysterious ‘Bull-man’…

The stranger offers them accommodation in the elegant Twins’ House whose namesakes, a handsome duo, smoothly take over the organisation of her trip.

Then out of the shadows steps the mysterious Aaron, who rescues Fay from a seemingly innocent cultural evening which turns out to be a meeting of hostile strangers.

Not only does he stir up a peculiar feeling of recognition inside Fay, but she feels strangely attracted to him.

During the idyllic weeks of her holiday, Fay and her sons spend more and more time with Aaron and the twins and the suspicion that she is being drawn into something predestined begins to grow as the story of her own tragic past unfolds.

It seems that Aaron is igniting something inside her she didn’t know existed.

Fay realises she has entered a place where the past is reality, where two worlds overlap, where myth becomes more than a tale told in the dark …

Praise for Elizabeth Harris

‘Enigmatic … the author really captures the imagination’ - Sunday Independent

‘A feast of mystery, romance and spine-chilling drama … impossible to put down’- Prima

‘Spooky, romantic and intriguing’ - Bookseller

Elizabeth Harris graduated from Keele University with a degree in English and Psychology, and she has since gained a Certificate in Archaeology from the University of Kent. Born in Cambridge, her home is on the borders of Kent and Sussex, where she lives with her family. Since the publication of her first novel in 1990, she has divided her time between researching and writing, travelling extensively in Europe and the UK and living for part of the year in an ancient stone cottage on the edge of a Breton forest.

Her six previous novels are The Herb Gatherers, The Egyptian Years, The Sun Worshippers, Time of the Wolf, The Quiet Earth and The Twilight Child.

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Published February 22, 2016 by Endeavour Media. 352 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Travel. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Apr 24 2016

...I think it’s more women’s fiction than a true romance and my grade is more for the dreamy, unreal ending, irritation at the uneasy bits and delayed resolution of the romance plus the uneven power balance than anything else.

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