Author Exemplifies Universal Love Through Novel
Discovering the deepest desires of their beings are the motives of Roxanne M.'s characters in "The Heart in My Head." Honest, moving and poignant is the plot that will either stifle or strengthen the protagonist in the quest for the thing that matters the most - love. Amidst the romantic air the Paris cobblestones exudes to the depth of serious considerations the main character goes through back in Iran, it implies that consummate love that is worth keeping is toiled for.
"The Hear in my Head" runs the touching life of Sati, the heroine who moved to Paris at a very young age during the peaceful days of the monarchy in Iran. Roaming through a series of unbelievable circumstance, Sati who works in an art gallery, accepted to return to beloved homeland to live her idyllic world with her love Patrick who is detained in Iran. The unexpected happens and she starts a new relationship with Kian, Patrick's brother. Torn between the equal weights the brothers hold in her heart, she burrows beyond what meets the eyes and settles for the love of her life.
Full of tales of reconciliation, coupled with dramatic foreshadowing of the climate that is brewed between USA and Iran, this book captures the truthfulness of a woman armed with the sheer luck of intuition and how she grapples with happiness when finally true love comes her way. This book chronicles the love that transcends beyond time, distance, culture or races.
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About the Author
Roxanne M. was raised in Paris. She attended the Sorbonne University and received a PhD in French literature. She came to the United State of America in 1990 and ever since has been teaching French and French Literature. She had been exposed to different backgrounds and ethnicities and has also been teaching Hollywood celebrities.
The Heart in My Head* by Roxanne M.
Publication Date: March 14, 2014
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