Summary: Love, loyalty and identity collide in Azin Sametipour’s compelling debut novel, Tehran Moonlight.
Vividly set in a country where women have no voice, one woman’s fight for love and her own identity result in unimaginable consequences. She was 23, beautiful, a violinist in love with her passion. A rebel born into a conservative family where belief was everything and honor shackled women in place. Then she met Ashkan. He was 27, gorgeous, born to an Iranian father in Boston. A successful architect in the States who had returned to Iran to find his past. Then he met Mahtab.
My Review: I love when I discover a beautiful story on Kindle Unlimited. This is very much the case with this story. Iran is one of those places that is very foreign to most Americans. So reading a book set in Tehran was fascinating. The description of buildings and life was memorizing.
Overall this was very easy to read story, the story flowed and had me tapping the kindle page by page hoping to finish it quickly.
Love is powerful and love is what makes this story powerful.
This was the first book I have read from this author, another reason I love Kindle Unlimited, and I will continue to read Azin in the future. This was a fantastic introduction and I can’t wait to read more in the future.