About… Persian Moons
The novel portrays…
passion and relationships at the end of the twentieth century and our struggle to cope with our basic companionship needs. The level of frustration for both married and single individuals is increasing due to our convoluted expectations and the impact of social uncertainties.
The story begins as…
Durant returns to
particular canvas he’d painted in 1985 at the shores
Despite his intriguing romances, Darren grapples with the dilemma of committing to someone without getting emotionally hurt again, versus the prospect of ending up lonely and lunatic like his father. His lovers’ competitions to monopolize him, along with plots by friends and foes with baffling motives, further complicate his efforts to settle down.