Escape with David Pereda

It is great having the grandbabes here.  But after several days, I remember that I am old.  Well old enough to need a break.  Thankfully Dear Hubby took over bath/bed time last night and let me chill for a lil while.  So with my glass of wine I curled up and lost myself for a few hours with my personal signed copy of David Pereda's book However Long the Night.  

 Former Latin American government consultant and prolific author, David Pereda, has released his mainstream novel However Long the Night, published by Eternal Press. Winner of the Lighthouse Book Award for fiction and the Royal Palm Award for fiction, However Long the Night is a romantic tale with a major dose of suspense, a tense love triangle, buried family secrets, corporate shenanigans and a historical background.  I have to say, reading of his main character, Cid Milan, was a great time out for me.  

In However Long the Night, Cid is a successful businessman who suddenly finds out that his success has been built on lies told by his dying father twenty-five years ago that have done irreparable damage to the lives of people once dear to him. He returns to Cuba in search of the woman he left behind and the son he never knew. In the process, he learns an invaluable lesson about love, forgiveness and redemption.  We all know there are times in our lives we wish could take back or change.  It is refreshing to read how Cid was able to follow up on those feelings. 

David Pereda enjoys writing thrillers and mainstream novels. Before devoting his time solely to writing and teaching, David had a successful international career where he worked with the governments of Mexico, Venezuela, Peru and Qatar. “What I learned then,” says David, “has helped me enrich my novels with exotic places and distinctive characters.”

David will be checking in and out all day to answer questions and respond to comments. For a limited time, use code 129BHMVNZH1F for a 25% discount off the ebook! This offer is only valid for an ebook purchase from Eternal Press. I wish to thank David for signing my copy.  And to Texas based Ascot Media Group for letting me in on such a good read.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for your nice review and for having me as a guest on your blog today. Let your readers know that I will be checking in and out all day to answer questions and respond to comments.


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