'En La Infinita Intensidad' is Released
The journey of love is fraught with many perils of the heart, and in "En La Infinita Intensidad," author Luz Dary Griffiths portrays such an odyssey, wherein an innocent woman undergoes a harrowing ordeal, enduring the tragedies that come her way in the name of love. In this tale, readers will see how a forlorn soul go down a winding pathway of pain, with only a faint glimmer of hope at the distant horizon, perhaps a fleeting mirage, or maybe even true salvation waiting for her at the end of her Calvary.
The tale begins in the streets of Colombia, where Teresa Medina lost her mother at a very young age and subsisted in a very poor environment. Readers will follow her as fate gives her a place in a high society where she never belonged to, and where, in her naiveté, she meets those who would take advantage of her heritage, who would use her as a slave. Drama unfolds as she is confronted by reality, there is treason and unfaithfulness, she is betrayed and her love is exploited as a series of events that takes her from South America to Britain and África. Through it all, Teresa seeks happiness, but her life is a series of unpredictable twists and turns, hopes and disappointments that would leave lesser persons broken. Readers will see whether or not she finally finds what she is looking for, or if her ordeal with continue until the end of her days.
"En La Infinita Intensidad" is a moving tale, with romance and tragedy, and an enduring and powerful message. It is dedicated to women worldwide, who have given up everything for love, with their souls, hearts, and beliefs - for their story is Teresa Medina's story.
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About the Author
Luz Dary Griffiths is originally from Bogota, Colombia. The love of her life are her three beautiful children. She is proud and blessed to be their mother. Griffiths is a full time housewife and mother.
En La Infinita Intensidad * by Luz Dary Griffiths
Una Historia Adolorida
Publication Date: October 29, 2013
Trade Paperback; £16.99; 589 pages; 978-1-4931-1196-1
Trade Hardback; £26.99; 589 pages; 978-1-4931-1200-5
e-book; £3.99; 978-1-4931-1197-8
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