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CLOSED GATES OF PARADISE

When Danae first met her husband she thought she had discovered paradise. After many failed relationships, she was sure that she had finally found her other half. He was the first and only man she had ever fallen in love with so passionately. And it was mutual. She could not be any happier. That was until the day she learned the truth. He was already married and had a daughter. Her entire world shattered around her. Nevertheless, she loved him so much that she forgave him and continued her illicit relationship with him, hoping that he would soon separate and they could finally live their love together freely.
Fate, however, offered them an unexpected twist and Danae was forced to see things in a completely different light! Trapped between right and wrong, need and want, will the couple finally manage to open the gates of paradise and live happily ever after or will the gates forever remain closed?
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Publication date Feb 6, 2014
Thematic Category True story, Social, Romance
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
Pages 448
Circulation (in thousands) 26
No of reprints 5
ISBN 978-618-01-0496-7
SKU 14094
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.482 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-618-01-0497-4
E-book Code 14496
E-book format EPUB
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The Author
MARIA TZIRITA was born in Athens. From a young age she wrote short stories that were inspired by everyday events and many of her essays in school were awarded in panhellenic competitions. She studied psychology at the University of Athens. Although she worked as a teacher for a while, she was finally won over by the world of business and marketing. Today she works as the head of sales for a construction company in Athens. She has a daughter. THE CHILD OF LOVE is her first novel and was inspired by a true story that she personally experienced and which left its mark on her. Maria's craft of storytelling is such that you will be captivated by her narrative from the very first page.
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