Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Scent of Butterflies by Dora Levy Mossanen

Scent of ButterfliesScent of Butterflies by Dora Levy Mossanen
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was granted this book to read by SOURCEBOOKS Landmark via Net Galley

I thought the author wrote a good story, there was nothing wrong with the writing style, however, it was very dark. The characters in this story were very deep and off putting. They are not anyone soon I would invite into my front room!


Soraya is very nasty, very deep, very conniving, and oh so awful. I suppose the author did shake us up a bit!

If you are looking for a light read, this isn't it.

If you want something that makes you think how on earth does this person mind think......then get it.

For me, it was quite disturbing.


A Love So Deep Can Forever Scar the Soul
Such audacity she has, Soraya, a woman who dares to break free of the diamond-studded leash of her culture. A woman who refuses to accept the devastating betrayal her husband has perpetrated. A woman who refuses to forgive her best friend.
Soraya turns her back on Iran, fleeing to America to plot her intricate revenge. The Shah has fallen, her country is in turmoil, her marriage has crumbled, and she is unraveling. The cruel and intimate blow her husband has dealt her awakens an obsessive streak that explodes in the heated world of Los Angeles.
Yet the secret Soraya discovers proves far more devastating than anything she had imagined, unleashing a whirlwind of unexpected events that will leave the reader breathless.




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