Thursday, August 14, 2014

Zebra Fish by Janna Yeshanova (Love is Never Past Tense #3)

Zebra Fish
by Janna Yeshanova

My rating: 5 stars

Publication Date: June 21, 2014
Publisher: Life-Spark, LLC
Genre: Romance
Print Length: 72 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Synopsis:

Their reignited spark burns ever brighter as they travel to Egypt for new experiences. Having trekked through the desert with Bedouins, they settle on the sunny beaches for relaxation. The beauty of the Egyptian sea seduces the lovers into a scuba diving expedition, but when their boat disappears from the surface, they are stranded on the coral reef with no rescue in sight.

BONUS STORY: A Favorable Offer

On their return flight from Egypt, Janna watches in horror as Serge is beset by an inexplicable illness. Fighting for his life, deep in delirium, death makes Serge a favorable offer… ‘let go and let death take him.’
Janna can hardly believe Serge’s feverish ramblings as she overhears snatches of their insane conversation.

Experience this poignant tale of a love that spans decades and continents, as this amazing couple travels the world, escaping one peril after another in their desire to forge a new future together.

*These stories are unconventional women’s fiction, told in the uniquely Russian voice of Janna Yeshanova. Though she was forced to flee her beloved homeland, leaving a piece of her heart behind, she will always and forever be Russian.*

Zebra Fish (Love Is Never Past Tense, #3)My Review
Zebra Fish by Janna Yeshanova 

Told as only a woman who has experienced love in all of its many triumphs and tribulations, Janna Yeshanova’s Zebra Fish reveals another chapter in the love of two people once united by love, then torn apart by time, distance and a world that could not let them live in peace. Janna and Sergey have been re-united again and their flames of love are still burning bright, as they live each day to the fullest and get reacquainted. Traveling to exciting places, sharing new experiences, these two are now faced with new danger and the threat of being separated by illness and death after an incident while scuba diving in an Egyptian sea.

Janna Yeshanova speaks to us with her unique style and depth of emotion as she recounts life with Sergey and the illness that wracked his mind and body so badly he was bargaining with death in his feverish state. Let her words wash over you as she describes the experience as she witnessed it.

Once again, Ms. Yeshanova held me captive to her tale, drawing me into the emotional well she has lived. Beautiful, unique and personal, I felt we were sitting down together as she told her tale.

1 comment:

  1. I haven't read the first books, but this sounds scary good. I may have to check them out. Thanks for sharing.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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