The Women of Greece series by Alex A. King, are skillfully written novels with a smooth pace and captivating imagery. These are touching novels that readers find are both humorous and authentic. Enjoy!

Seven Days of Friday (Women of Greece Book 1)
Alex A. King
4.4 Stars (145 Reviews)
Genre: Literary Fiction | Humor & Satire | Women’s Fiction | Contemporary Fiction

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Seven Days of Friday opens with Days of the Week underwear and closes with a forty-year-old secret that refuses to stay submerged.

Thirty-four-year-old Vivi Tyler is living her nightmare: gay husband, self-harming teenager, melodramatic mother. They’re picking apart her sanity, one stitch at a time. She’s crawling along rock bottom when the arrival of a mysterious package opens a new door to a new country. A desperate Vivi dives headfirst into the quicksand that is Greece—her parents’ birthplace.

But it’s a paradise far from perfect, and instead of the new beginning she covets, Vivi discovers trouble is determined to keep her in its pocket. Soon she’s fighting for her daughter’s life in a Greek hospital, clashing with her Greek relatives, and cobbling together an inadequate cage around her heart, lest she fall for an unavailable man.

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One and Only Sunday (Women of Greece Book 2)
Alex A. King
Genre: Women’s Fiction | Humor & Satire | Contemporary Fiction | Literary Fiction

A fake (and very convenient) coma, an arranged marriage, and a disappearing-finger trick kick off the second book in the Women of Greece series.

Twenty-eight-year-old Kiki Andreou has lived her whole life in Agria, Greece, a seaside village where old-fashioned mothers arrange marriages, and gossip moves faster than light. Kiki doesn’t want to get married, so she’s itching to pop the champagne cork when her fiancé is a no-show at the church.

Until tragedy strikes the town, and Kiki’s brief splash of freedom is washed away by accusations of murder and infidelity. Soon life-long friendships are shattering, and more than one person wants Kiki to pay for a crime she didn’t commit.

She has no idea that an old plot twist is about to become new again, in the shape of a delicious man who is intimately—and uncomfortably—familiar with the disappearing-finger trick she showed him when she was thirteen. A man with one foot out of the country and the other in a military prison.

Even if she manages to stay out of prison herself, Kiki is in very real danger of losing her heart to a man for whom staying in Greece is not an option.

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Freedom the Impossible (Women of Greece Book 3)
Alex A. King
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Literary Fiction | Women’s Fiction

Effie Makri was fifteen when her father keeled over in a vat of olives, and her mother told her it was time to ditch school and start contributing to the family’s bottom line.

Ever since then, she’s been going nowhere—slowly. Her friendships have derailed, and the pittance she and her mother are making isn’t enough that she can dream about going back to school.

Until one July night, during her seventeenth year, when a man leaps out of the dark and into Effie’s path. What he shows her is something she doesn’t want to see.

Soon Effie is thrown into the village’s spotlight. Everybody wants to hear her story … or her mother’s melodramatic retelling. Everybody includes Nikos Lemonis, the local police detective’s son, a guy determined to follow in his father’s footsteps. Effie’s had a crush on him forever, and now, at last, he’s looking her way.

But when the police ask her one all-important question, Effie is forced to choose between doing the right thing and doing the wrong thing for reasons that make sense to no one but her.

Freedom the Impossible is a story about coming of age, when the world expects you to be a woman one minute, a child the next.

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