Book Spotlight - The Shade Under the Mango Tree (Between Two Worlds, Book 5) by Evy Journey

Book 5 in the series Between Two Worlds is an epistolary tale of courage, resilience, and the bonds that bring diverse people together.

Synopsis -
Luna hungers for adventure. Lucien has chosen a solitary professional life. She’s breaking away from her sheltered existence while he’s a widely-traveled but disillusioned young architect.

Drawn together by an intimate journal that he found abandoned in a café, these two strangers begin to shed the shackles of their painful pasts.

Lucien opens himself up to Luna. But she isn’t ready. She travels far, into a world steeped in ancient culture and the ravages of a deadly history. Can she survive unscathed? And will she be the soulmate he has been searching for?

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Other Reviews -
Hello, My Love! (Book 1 - Between Two Worlds) - click HERE.
Hello, Agnieszka! (Book 2 - Between Two Worlds) - click HERE.
Welcome, Reluctant Stranger (Book 3 - Between Two Worlds) - click HERE
Sugar and Spice and All Those Lies (Book 4 - Between Two Worlds) - HERE!
The Shade Under the Mango Tree (Book 5 - Between Two Worlds - click HERE!
The Golden Manuscripts (Between Two Worlds, Book 6) - click HERE!

Meet the Author -
2015 Author Interview HERE!

Evy Journey writes. Stories. Blogs (three sites). Cross-genre novels. She’s also a wannabe artist, and a flâneuse (an ambler).

Evy studied psychology (M.A., University of Hawaii; Ph.D. University of Illinois) initially to help her understand herself and Dostoevsky. Now, she spins tales about multicultural characters dealing with problems and issues of contemporary life. She believes in love and its many faces.

Just as she has crossed genres in writing fiction, she has also crossed cultures, having lived and traveled in various cities in different countries. Find her thoughts on travel, art, and food at Artsy Rambler.

She has one ungranted wish: To live in Paris where art is everywhere and people have honed aimless roaming to an art form. She visits and stays a few months when she can.

connect with the author: website ~ blog ~ facebook ~ pinterest ~ bookbub ~ goodreads 


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