"Sophia's Secret" by Julie Ryan - My Review

I really wanted to read "Sophia's Secret" as it is my dream is to retire to a Greek Island so the setting grabbed me right away.

Although I occasionally struggled to remember who was who, I found the tangle of generations, unsolved mysteries, murder and intrigue absolutely fascinating.

Kat, who the tale revolves around, returns to the island of her birth for a funeral, not realising that she will finally find the answers to questions she has carried since childhood and also discovers people she thought no longer had any part of her life. She also discovers that she is able to heal herself and her relationships in the process!

Old traditions are touched upon and the challenges that were faced by previous generations in a patriarchal society that had a profound effect on women's lives.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more by Julie Ryan.


  1. Thanks so much for taking part in the promo Andrea. x


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