Book Reviews: The Storm (The Lady of the Pier Book 3) by Effrosyni Moschoudicategories: Book, WWII, World War II, Ghost, Spirit, Reincarnation, Female Friendship, Drama, Britain, Greece, Strong Female Protagonist, Paranormal Romance
Effrosyni Moschoudiabout this book: As the two timelines finally merge into one, The Lady of the Pier discloses all her secrets... Can she help Sofia win Danny's heart? And will she find peace at last?
The Storm is the concluding volume in The Lady of the Pier trilogy, a paranormal romance that tells the story of Sofia, a Greek girl who becomes haunted by a mourning spirit when she falls in love with an English boy called Danny. The spirit guides Sofia to the British seaside town of Brighton where the spirit haunts the famous West Pier but, to her surprise, Sofia finds out she is the only one who can see her. Soon, and as she reunites there with Danny, Sofia realizes the spirit is trying to help her win this boy's love while trying to redeem herself for tragic mistakes of the past...
Praise for The Lady of the Pier trilogy:
• "The Ebb is a thought-provoking historical romance with a paranormal element that kept me in rapt attention through every page."
— Monica Barrie, romance author of Alana
• "An inner glow, an inherent purity emanates from the pages to create a sense of completeness, like a dream you don't want to wake up from."
— MM Jaye, author of the Aegean Lovers series
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Hauntingly beautifulI truly enjoyed the entire trilogy. Two worlds, two eras, two love stories merge into one love that never dies. Well-written, heartwarming and heart-rending, the story of Greek Sofia and English Laura will capture your heart. [by MM Jaye]
The masterful conclusion to the trilogy
a review by Nicholas C. RossisThe Storm is the conclusion to Moschoudi's dramatic Lady of the Pier trilogy, and is appropriately titled. Throughout the trilogy, the two stories - of 19th century Brighton and modern-day Corfu - have been running concurrently. In The Storm, they meet head on. Past and present collide and masks fall to reveal old friends - and enemies.
Written in Moschoudi's expert style, The Storm kept sending goosebumps up and down my spine as I was reading. My only tip would be to start with The Ebb, as the books are best enjoyed as a trilogy and not as stand-alone books.
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