Loretta Proctor sets the scene, with all it's inherent tensions, of life in Greece struggling to come to terms with a military uprising. The Colonel's Junta of 1967 devastates a country torn apart with political ideology. The simmering heat of the historical romance allows the reader to appreciate a period relatively unknown through the eyes of characters full of their own idiosyncrasies. The story line flows in tune with it's political development. A must read for lovers of historical fiction.