Friday, 3 April 2015

Dear Miklos by Victoria Bastedo

Rating 4 STARS

Ever since he saved her life when she was 10 and visiting Greece with her mother, Therese and Miklos have written letters to each other. After a bout with an illness Therese's doctor recommends a trip to somewhere dry and warm so her lungs can heal. Where else would she go but back to Greece to see Miklos again, only now as a woman and Miklos as a man. Things don't go that easy though, through stalkers, and absentee fathers reappearing Miklos and Therese have to navigate through some dangerous waters before they have a chance at a happily ever after.

I really enjoyed this story. I would have liked to see a little more build up when it came to the pen pal relationship between Therese and Miklos. I felt like I was missing something in their relationship by not really having a lot of build up when it came to them talking over the years. Other than that though this book caught me. Once the action starts to build up we focus more on what's going on around the two main characters rather than just the love relationship between the characters which I always love. I definitely recommend this one to anyone who likes a fast paced, exciting read.


(Copy provided in exchange for an honest review.)

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