Can a lost past lead to a beautiful future?
Fly off to Greece with Francesca Catlow’s Greek romance novel set in Corfu. If you like Patricia Wilson, Karen Swan and Victoria Hislop, then you’ll love this heart wrenching love story, that will take you on an unforgettable journey of discovery.
“In the post-pandemic world Melodie feels lost and alone, desperate to find something to remind her of her previous life. She sets out on a trip to Corfu to reconnect with happier times, only to be haunted by memories and events from the past.
While travelling Melodie meets an intriguing and handsome man who has the potential to change her future. However, will the young girl from the plane with piercing green eyes be the one to open the door to Melodie’s fate?”
She thought she'd found her lost past, but did she uncover all the secrets?
Melodie returns to her mother's house in Corfu for the first time since inheriting it. Only, she discovers it isn't empty. She finds someone has been living there; a girl who claims the property is hers. Dismissing the claim, Melodie tries to enjoy her new life in the beauty of Corfu. The girl soon resurfaces and it becomes impossible to ignore her any longer.
Praise for Behind The Olive Trees:
'"fresh, light, well-paced, the characters realistic, and with an ending I thoroughly approve of"
J.A. Higgins Finding Ruby, Page Turner Awards Winner 2021
"makes for an intriguing page turner"
Heather Peck Glass Arrows, East Anglian Book Awards Shortlist 2021
"family saga of need, love and, at times, despair"
Angela Dandy The Gypsy Killer & The Silveries Series
If you loved Francesca Catlow’s The Little Blue Door, then you’ll adore learning more about Anton in this standalone novella prequel. With her iconic descriptions of the sights and smells of Corfu, Catlow delivers a beautiful story. Whether you have read The Little Blue Door yet or not, if you love a story set in Greece, this is for you.
A teenage decision can change everything.
Anton Greenwood is half English and half Greek, happily living on the island of Corfu. That is until his parents decide they want to expand their sons' horizons.
Can he make it on his own, or will he get in line with his family?