Joy & Survival (From Siberia With Love)
by Ilana Cohen1 out of 5
In the middle of her life, Edith falls for a married man from the other side of the world. The impulse and passion he has brought to her world will turn her life upside down.
Edith is an ordinary woman who carries a bitter sense of having missed out on life. After her husband dies, she invests herself in her day job at the bank when, one day, she is paid a visit by a handsome, mysterious man who will change her life forever.
Alex, a charismatic and brilliant scientist of Russian origin, immediately dazzles Edith with his wealth, achievements and style. She listens attentively as he narrates the memories of his childhood in Siberia - a previous life in a distant world, hard to imagine and impossible to ignore. Edith is blinded by his shimmering presence, but Alex is married.
>>>An invisible thread connects the two strangers who have been brought together by destiny - but for what cause?
In Alex, she finds an escape from reality - into the distant and foreign landscapes of alienated and frozen nature. It is within this distant, almost imaginary landscape that she is able to find herself, for the very first time. Within the stories of this perfect stranger, who has grown in the other side of the world, Edith finds a familiarity and a precious sense of belonging. What will she be willing to risk for this frozen love?
˃˃˃ An exciting novel about untainted love, sweeping emotions, faith and passion that will sweep you of your feet.