Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Seeking Salvador: A Paranoid, Romantic Caper by Max Mitchell (ebook review)

Helen McTaggart, a young schoolteacher in small town New Mexico, can’t believe she’s being called a sex offender just for showing her students paintings of nudes by one of the greatest surrealist painters, Salvador Dali.
With her husband’s blessing, Helen heads off to Spain hoping it all blows over. At the Dali Museum in Figueres, she meets André, a smooth and brilliant Frenchman with a shared passion for Dali and an astounding collection of masterpieces. André’s sexy good looks and encyclopedic knowledge of art cast a powerful spell over Helen. 
Fearing growing legal problems back home, Helen finds safe haven with André but is shocked at what she uncovers in his home. Confronted, André reveals a dark and mysterious side of his life that terrifies Helen. And when André suggests she join him in a caper, Helen agonizes over which way to turn. Dali himself appears in Helen’s dreams full of advice.
Stepping into a world of crime and betrayal, Helen finds herself lost in a labyrinth of lies and deceit. When it’s unclear just how many skeletons are in Prince Charming’s closet, Helen has to make some extremely difficult decisions about love and life.


A wonderful and fast read that is well written and it got me hooked on the story and I just didn't want to put it down. 

I highly recommend this book.

I give this 4 out of 5

If you are interested in purchasing this book you can do so at amazon.com

                                 *I received a free copy of this ebook for my honest review*

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