The Amulet

4.4
When Katie loses her Athens office job, a gypsy woman hands her an amulet for good luck. Next, she gets hired as hotel receptionist on the Greek island of Sifnos and everything seems perfect, except for the overbearing hotel owner, Mrs. Matina. One of the guests, heart-stoppingly handsome Aggelos, keeps saving the day whenever Katie needs help. As she falls in love, she grows all the more ntrigued by him and his quirky friends, including thi little boy who keeps turning up on her own. Add a psychic, half-mad elderly woman into the mix and you 're in for a few laughs. Things hav merel what they eem in this tin, family hotel and get even more confusin when the gypsy woman shows up again. Will atie ever work out that Aggelos is a guardian angel that came with the amulet? And if she fail, ill she be willin to eep him? It may take a miracle. But on an island as magical as Sifnos, anything is possible!
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B01MCZ2UOU
Number of Pages
239
Publication Date
Published November 14th 2016

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Little does Katie know that her guardian angel will play an important part in her dream.

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The angels were an entertaining little group.

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Again, his is true here as well, and the brightness of a Greek island summer fills the Amulet 's pages.

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Romance novel set on SIFNOSThis review originally ppeared on our blog, where the author also talks about her love of Sifnos, plus top tips for a visit: http: //www.tripfiction.com/romance-no ... “ …the most difficult people are the ones who suffer the most ” Sifnos is a charming island in the Cyclades, fringed by beautiful white beaches.

She appens to bump into a gypsy woman ( or did the gypsy woman bump into her ..?), to whom she generously gives her cardigan.

Can Katie keep her guardian angel? This is th light and very readable book that will transport you this tiny part of Greece.

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Although readers might think they are on familiar ground ( and in ome thing, that is the case), there are surprises and a great twist at the beginnin that akes the ending more joyful.The writing is fluid, easy to read, and although it shares the story from man points of view ( always in the secon person), it does not result confusing.

This way he story is told might make us hink we ’ re ahead of the main villai, but it never reveals all its secrets and manages to give us keep reading.

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