ABOUT THE BOOK:
This poignant mystery is about three people whose lives intertwine in a tale that depicts the oppression of women and the human rights abuse under the pretext of religion. Dawn Parnell made the mistake of marrying a Saudi; Sahar Al-Hijazi is forced to marry a man she doesn't love; Jason Crawford has business ties to the Al-Hijazi family. As the lives of these three people cross paths, the story takes the reader on a dangerous journey from Saudi Arabia where women are considered the property of a man, to United States where women are independent.
The Dawn of Saudi is a gripping mystery that holds your interest. I enjoyed getting to know Sahar Al-Hijazi and felt the undeniable emotion tugs as I read about her life. I've was born and raised in the US and it still shocks me how women are treated in Saudi Arabia. This is a touching romance that will stick with you long after you have you have stopped reading.
Homa Pourasgari resides in Los Angeles, California. She received a degree in Business from Loyola Marymount University, after which she left to live in Paris for one year and attended the University of Sorbonne, focusing on literature. Multilingual, she has been traveling since the age of 5 and has experienced many different cultures. Homa has worked in various industries such as marketing, retail, banking, accounting and fitness but has always returned to her true love – writing. She is currently working on a new book. Lemon Curd is her first novel.
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Disclosure: I received a free copy of The Dawn of Saudi: In Search for Freedom by Homa Pouragari through Business 2 Blogger for review purposes. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.