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Love is Worth Fighting for (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the third installment in a great series. We find out all about Krystina and Loukas’ journey to love. We see many generation’s tales of love in this story and watch as Krystina tries to over come the past unforgivable actions (her perception) of Loukas’ friends.
This novel can be read as a stand alone but you will miss all the cultural aspects and historical facts, as well as Krystina’s older siblings stories. I found this book to be as much of a page turner as the first two and look forward to the next in this series.

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Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series Book 1) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series #1)Love is What You Bake of it by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story is a romantic comedy with all the fixings. Plus it has recipes. Now I don’t know about you but I love when a character is eating delicious food and I not only can imagine the taste I can go to my very own kitchen and experience it. There was elements of drama (especially the family kind), it was a little emotional, some heartbreak and of course comedy laced with romance. I loved the character development and would have rated this one five stars if the storyline was a bit more detailed. Kally and Max are the perfect main characters and you will continue reading despite those missing details for them.

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Love is Worth Fighting for (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kristine Solano-Witucky

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 3rd book in the Meraki Series and the first book I have read by this author. It was interesting to read a book that took place during Covid 19. I enjoyed the characters Loukas and Krystina and getting to know their story. I really enjoyed how there was a story in the story about the grandparents. I want to read the first two books to get the whole storyline of the siblings. Great book.

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Love is Worth Fighting for (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kristine Solano-Witucky

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 3rd book in the Meraki Series and the first book I have read by this author. It was interesting to read a book that took place during Covid 19. I enjoyed the characters Loukas and Krystina and getting to know their story. I really enjoyed how there was a story in the story about the grandparents. I want to read the first two books to get the whole storyline of the siblings. Great book.

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Love is Worth Fighting for (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kay Stritesky

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In the third book of the installment Effie has managed to once again write a complete winner! Each character is so carefully brought to life and readers are sucked in from the beginning and it makes it impossible to put the book down.
I love how detailed the writing is and how the story comes to life right off the pages! Effies has yet to let her readers down!

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Love by Design (The Meraki Series Book 2) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kay Stritesky

Love by Design (The Meraki series, #2)Love by Design by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Effie has done it again and in my opinion has done it better than the first time! The characters are larger than life and come to life as you flip each page. The plot is well written and keeps readers attention from start to finish! In my opinion the author has pulled readers in even better than the first installment and I know they best is yet to come!

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Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series Book 1) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kay Stritesky

Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series #1)Love is What You Bake of it by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed the first installment of this series and look forward to the one!
The characters are wonderful and a “sweet treat: includes recipes that come with it! The author does a very good job of bringing each character to life and making sure readers are engaged from the very beginning!

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Love is Worth Fighting for (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Skylar Daniels

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just like the first 2 books in this series I fell in love with this book also. The authors way of writing has a way of bringing the characters to life. I can feel and see everything they are. This series is amazing and I will be rereading is for years to come. I highly recommend this to any and everyone who loves romances. I will be reading more of the authors book in the near future

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Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series Book 1) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Skylar Daniels

Love is What You Bake of it (The Meraki Series #1)Love is What You Bake of it by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first book in the Meraki Series. This is the first book that I have read from this author and let me tell you I was not disappointed. I feel in love with this book from the very beginning and I was not able to put it down until I had finished the book. The plot and the characters were wonderfully written that I was able to see and feel everything the characters were. I’m excited to see what this author does with the rest of the series

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Love Is Worth Fighting For (The Meraki Series Book 3) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur..

Love is Worth Fighting forLove is Worth Fighting for by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Krystina Meraki is the youngest sister of three and this is her story, she is in her late teens and obsessed with her Instagram and blog about travelling the locale where she lives in the USA, however, her dream is for that to become a hit and increase her already large following so that she can travel the world and see all the exotic places she wants to. Loukas is the same age as Krystina and lives next door, but since he messed up their close friendship years ago, she doesn’t see him as anything more than a pain who won’t leave her alone and this isn’t helped by the fact that he spends a lot of time with her family too.

The other thing Krystina wants to be able to do is finish what her sisters started and bring their grandfather home so that her grandmother can be truly happy again, but that is easier said than done when he lives so far away, but Krystina is determined and when the chance to do just that falls into her lap, she gives it all she has to try and convince him. Meanwhile, circumstances take a turn for the worse and external challenges interfere with all her plans, not to mention that Loukas is still following her around like a lost puppy and that is irritating her to no end, however, as she faces the challenges all around her, Krystina comes to realise that it is Loukas of all people who is helping her deal with it all.

This is another romantic adventure where a quest to bring family back into the fold faces impossible hurdles and where frenemies have to relearn how to work together to face an uncertain present, while reuniting a past. This is an unpredictable story where twists and turns throw you off until the path to the end is revealed.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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