by Homa Pourasgari|
Book Website: http://www.homapourasgari.com/page5.html
356 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5
Lemon Curd is a love story between the righteous and opinionated Anna Lisa Gibson and her arrogant British officemate, Neil Scott Whittaker. He can have any woman he desires but Anna Lisa’s honesty and down to earth personality makes him fall in love with her. Except that he doesn’t want to give up his fiancée and she doesn’t want to have an affair with a soon to be married man. Yet romance is only part of this story. From the streets of Los Angeles to the streets of London, Lemon Curd depicts the millennium lifestyle - Women’s position in the business world, the workaholic and multitasking attitude of our society and the difficulty of balancing family and work life while trying to make a difference in the lives of the people around us.
About The Author
HOMA POURASGARI was born in Tehran, Iran and moved to United States to learn English at the age of 12. She received a degree in Business from Loyola Marymount University, after which she left to live in Paris for a year and attended the University of Sorbonne, focusing on literature. Multilingual, she has been traveling since the age of 5. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Lemon Curd is her first novel. You can learn more about Homa and her book at www.homapourasgari.com.
|Hoda Shahinfar from Woodland Hills , CA|
| ||This book was recommended by a friend of mine Afsaneh, and when I read the detail of the story from the back of the cover, it sounded like a romance story that I have read or seen on the big screen. It was a nice surprise to read this book and not wanting to put it down, It was very well written and easy to follow. I love to read romantice novels but I really like the ones that are real and not a fantasy.|
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|Sally C. Nelson from Long Beach , CA|
| ||Lemon Curd is a must read. Each scene is detailed to perfection and the book offers an honest look at some of the problems people face in their relationships at work and at home. The plot has many twists and turns and pulls you into the story. The theme makes you think twice about getting into a relationship with people who are already involved. It is a delightful and considerate book which teaches you a lesson in life and love.|
|Amanda Belmont from Culver City , CA|
| ||I really enjoyed reading Lemon Curd. The story kept my interest throughout and the characters still linger on my mind. I actually went out to buy a jar of Lemon Curd for the first time. It's a great book and I highly reccommend it.|
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