Zoe's Journal - Historical Lesbian Romance Series


Fiction blog site of Zoe Lambros from the Award Winning Historical Lesbian Romance Series by Mary D. Brooks
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Zoe Lambros is a 16 year old that has lived through the German Occupation of her home town in Greece. Zoe survived the war that killed her  family, her friends and destroyed her country. She fought alongside Eva Muller and Henry Franz in an attempt to save Greek Jews from the Nazis but now comes a bigger challenge. Together with the only two people she trusts, she must find a way out of Greece before it erupts into a bloody civil war. Finding a way out will be more complicated that she thought and fraught with dangers as they are recruited for one last resistance mission in German occupied Crete before they flee to Egypt and safety. They survived the war, but can they survive the peace. Zoe also has to deal with her growing feelings for Eva.

It’s a journey of self discovery, hope, resilience and courage to see what is beyond her little town.

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Latest Blog Posts

On The Streets of Larissa

I found this photograph. There’s one thing I truly hate about it. It’s not the woman in the cloak but the cloak itself. That long black cloak that brings back so many horrible memories....

A Forest on Evia Island in Greece

This is just one of the beautiful photos and so serene. Reminds me a little of Athena’s Bluff. I was attracted to it because it’s in Greece (and yes you would be right my eye did fall on...

Athena’s Bluff – A Place of Refuge

Today I want to write about a place near my home called Tempi Valley. It’s one of my favourite places in the world because it’s so serene (when it’s not being bombed by the Germans...

A Woman Named Mabel…

Mabel is a wonderful name, isn’t it? Its very Australian, and since Evy and I are refugees in this country, I thought of naming my first motorcycle Mabel. The story of how I came up with it is...

Special Message from Zoe

Sallie’s Book Reviews Interviews Zoe

Sallie’s Book Reviews blog interviews authors about their books. Sallie suggested to Mary that I do an interview with her so I did!

Tell us a little about yourself and your background

My name is Zoe Lambros, I’m Greek and an artist. I was born in Farsala (near Larissa) on October 12, 1928 to Helena and Nicholas Lambros. I’m not living in Greece because after the war ended, we left in quite a hurry. Eva and Henry, being Germans, where not safe and I didn’t want end up in another war. I had enough of fighting and death. The civil war was about to erupt and they were also rounding up collaborators. It wouldn’t be long before they would target Eva and Henry (he’s like a brother to me and used to be Eva’s guard). read more…

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Welcome To My Journal!

YEAY! Let’s celebrate by eating cake! The new site has been finished and I can’t wait to show you all around. We have art, we have music (you have to check out the fantastic music video of Addicted To You! You don’t win any prizes in guessing what that’s about). I’m going to start posting my journal entries soon. Very exciting! Have a look around, watch some videos, look at the pretty art and stay for the fun!

Love ya!

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Addicted to Eva by Zoe

Song “Addicted to You” by Avicii


Forbidden love, heart racing suspense, an epic tale set in war ravaged Greece.