Wednesday, August 7, 2013

"Obsession," by Florencia Bonelli

Obsession (Year of Fire), by Florencia Bonelli

"5 stars for this captivating read! What a great journey through the lives of Eliah and Matilde! It started with tension and ended with the same and in between the story of these two surprisingly likeable people captured me. Although quite cliched and vaguely disconnected on some occasions, the structuring of this book was very good. This was for two reasons, one, was simply Eliah. Somehow, the Hero is a super-spy-merc-hot-guy who is quite the family man, this I liked because the author very skillfully made Eliah not so much of an isolated fighting machine as spy heroes often are, and in doing so humanized him for me, made him more real. ... This book charmed me for its novelty in the setting, the characters, perhaps not so much the passionate romance, but definitely for intriguing me enough to want to read the continuation. I recommend this book and am anticipating the next one." -- Amazon reviewer

When Eliah Al-Saud and Matilde Martinez meet on a flight to Paris, they have little in common. Eliah is the rich and powerful son of a Saudi prince, and the owner of a French security company—actually a front for mercenary and espionage services—while Matilde is a pediatric surgeon from Argentina, whose only dream is to work in Africa helping children in need.
Despite their differences—and current relationships—an undeniable attraction swallows them whole, driving them into a whirlwind romance and irreversibly intertwining their devastating secrets, powerful friends, and nefarious enemies. Soon Eliah and Matilde find themselves at the center of a geopolitical nightmare, and not only is their love at risk, but their very lives.

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Florencia Bonelli was born in Córdoba city, Argentina, where she became an accountant. After reading The Sheik by Edith Hull, she left her career for a life as a writer. Since then, Bonelli's historical novels have conquered bestseller lists in Argentina and all over the world; her work has been published in Spain, Germany, Portugal, and all of Latin America. Bonelli currently lives in Buenos Aires.


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