The Priest’s Well – Book 12 of the Greek Village Collection

Kindle-Cover-200The Priest’s Well – A Novella.

Savvas has been assigned a position as the priest in a remote Greek village, following a scandal in the US.

It’s what his mother would have wished for, but for a young ambitious clergyman it seems like a backward step.

He soon finds himself embroiled in petty village politics, and caught between the spiteful Maria, and the complex and alluring Nefeli…

When he finds his predecessor’s diaries the story takes a darker turn and Savvas begins to struggle to maintain his own sanity.

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7 thoughts on “The Priest’s Well – Book 12 of the Greek Village Collection

  1. Got it yesterday!
    Just started The Reluctant Baker. Sure I will finish it today!
    Then The English a Lesson, then The a Priests Well.
    Hurry up Sara I will soon be out of your books to read!

  2. Bought ” The Priest’s Well” yesterday and have started reading it, it seems as if it will be full of intrigue?!!!

  3. Have bought it but am desperately trying to save it for my holidays………if I can wait ………because Sara write such tempting tales………..

  4. received “The Priest’s Well” yesterday, read it this afternoon. Excellent!!! ( of course excellent . . . all the Greek Village series stories are excellent)! Can’t wait for the next one!

  5. Have read Handful of Peebles and A Quiet Mind…loved them both. Cannot figure out which book comes after A Quiet Mind and am very eager to find out if Yanni and Sophia find each other! HELP

    • Here is a little something extra for you Linda.
      The next is the series is “Watching The Wind Blow” where we learn more about Irini who we first meet book 2 Black Butterflies. But it is a stand alone so there is no need to have read Black Butterflies first.

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