Mount Vernon, WA (Vocus) February 11, 2010
In a rural zone in Mexico, a young man could kidnap any young girl of his choice and make her his wife whether she was willing or not—a custom that gives birth to a forbidden love. Author Sara Hernandez weaves a bittersweet romance tinged with sadness, jealousy, and hatred in Sandra, a novel released through Xlibris.
Set in 1919, this story revolves around the most beautiful girl of the region, Sandra. Set apart from the other youngsters for her goddess-like beauty, Sandra’s presence sparks complements and gallantries; naturally inspiring love in young men’s hearts. However, she deliberately ignores all those who made an effort to call her attention—except for Mario. When their eyes first meet, something happens to Sandra’s heart. Both have initiated a strange relationship, and as signs and smiles grew day by day—they fell in love. The only problem is—Mario is already married to Elsa—as his parents and custom dictate. Will Sandra and Mario’s love flourish or will it be restricted by tradition?
Packed with romance and action, Sandra will definitely touch the most sensitive heart. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Sara Hernandez was born in Michoacan, Mexico in 1952. Her sensible and romantic spirit has been encouraging her to write since she was a little girl. When she attended school, she wrote short stories and poems. She won first place in many competitions. As a young woman, she has continued writing romantic poetry and stories. She has won certificates for excellence a few times. She has also been invited for Famous Poets to publish her poems and more. Her vocation has increased in her life as a writer of romantic stories and poems. Now living in the Unites States, she has an alternate passion for writing and her life as a wife and a mother.
Sandra * by Sara Hernandez
Publication Date: February 8, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 142 pages; 978-1-4500-2297-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 142 pages; 978-1-4500-2298-9
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