If you like intercultural romance you’ll love Gloria Silk’s novels: Check them out below: Print and eBook versions are available now:
Do you believe in love at first sight?
What happens when shy art major, Lia Abraham, locks eyes with Bollywood-gorgeous genius, Devraj Shah, across a London university crowd?
Sparks fly and their families and friends try to break them up.
You will also love Second Destiny.
What if you and your first love get your happy-ever-after, but it doesn’t work out?
This story follows a beautiful, frustrated wife and artist who is reunited with the gorgeous hero with Bollywood-good-looks and charisma. When fate brings them face to face again, can they put their past behind, or will their intense passion reignite and endanger everything in its path?
Many of Gloria Silk’s stories are based in London, England, where she comes from. Gloria Silk writes love stories of intense passion, with special interest in intercultural romances.
What can be more important than family and love in our lives? No matter who the hero and heroine are – whether it’s about a poor Jewish girl who falls in love with a Hindu son of an affluent family, or a Spanish man attracts an engaged, prim and proper English woman – Gloria Silk’s novels are all depicted against a backdrop of our modern world. What all romance stories have in common are love and soul-mate connections. All these people want to find happiness and to live authentic lives together.
If you love to travel the world from the comfort of your armchair, enjoying a romance which keeps you warm even on the coldest winter nights, then visit the rest of this site, get to know Gloria Silk and look out for her novels. Click on the photo of the cover to buy the Kindle version, and if you prefer the print version, it’ll be available in the next couple of months.
Enjoy and let Gloria Silk know what you think of the books. If you review them, and let her know, you’ll get her next novel free of charge. Email her: Contact@GloriaSilk.com
New: Watch Gloria Silk on Daytime TV, talking about the two Destiny books: You’ll see her as the real Tanya Freedman, without the gorgeous purple dress and lovely makeup: Leave a comment if you like the 6min. TV interview. Or click the image:
Thanks to all those who continue to support Tanya Freedman’s October Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative. With a special and personal meaning to Gloria and her friends, see her post now, Gloria Silk offers the entire proceeds of the two Destiny books to go to Canadian Cancer Society. Every little bit counts. Thank you.
Coming soon, blogs regarding “How to Get Published in the world of E-books” and “Who is in charge of your career?” I’ll blog about creative people with small businesses and those with hobbies they would like to make into profitable undertakings.
4 STAR Review for Second Destiny:
Review by Natasha Jackson – 4 stars
Second Destiny is the story of Lia and Devraj, two former sweethearts who were torn apart by duty and family obligations. Lia was expected to marry a nice Jewish man instead of the handsomely exotic Hindu named Devraj, and instead of fighting for their love she gave in to the wishes of her family. But decades later, Lia finds herself ending her marriage to the cheating “right man” when she finds out that her daughter is in love with a handsome Hindu man who happens to be the nephew of her jilted sweetheart Devraj. Gloria Silk does a wonderful job of presenting just how constrained Lia felt after putting aside her feelings and marrying someone whom her grandparents considered an acceptable choice, but never truly feeling happy or satisfied with her life. When Devraj shows up and is against the relationship, it is clear he fears his nephew’s heart will be broken just as his was nearly twenty years before.
Second Destiny is at its heart a romance, but it is so much more than that. The cultural differences that many of us take for granted are right at the forefront of this story. Both families have problems with their loved one marrying someone from another culture and at times it borders on full-on racism, which makes it easier to root for Cheryl and Sanjay and even Lia and Devraj. Gloria Silk has written a wonderful tale about cultural differences, the need for love and freedom after a life of doing and being what is expected of you. This is no cut and dried romance story; it is much more than that because the feelings that still exist may not be enough to give Lia and Devraj their happily ever after.
Want to know more about Gloria Silk, go to her post: From Gloria Silk’s Desk