- File Size: 1595 KB
- Print Length: 269 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Flame Projects (August 8, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074P7MWPN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,446,581 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Under A Namibian Sky (A Desert Love Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I’ve already bought and read her novella, Love in Modena, and can’t wait to read more.
At times, I was not sure if the target audience was YA or adult. Certainly, there are some explicit sex scenes but we also have a lot of “mummy,daddy and aunty” littered throughout and an orphaned baby ellie (elephant) is also referred to, rather like in a children’s story… (but, maybe this is Namibian “speak”?)
Thank you for flying me back in my imagination to the beautiful, unique country of Namibia. Hopefully, the author will set another story there in the future.
If it were not for the instance of Santino (his former nanny and now secretary), Luca Armati would never have taken time out of his busy schedule to spend a week in the wilds of Africa. But at least it will give him an opportunity to photograph and paint pictures of elephants. What he did not expect to find on this impetuous trip was love, but one look into Naomi's eyes and he was smitten.
But Luca and Naomi come from very different worlds. Should they allow themselves to fall in love with each other, or would it be for the best if they stop whatever this was before it started? Time would tell.
Oh. My. Days. Under A Namibian Sky (A Desert Love Novel Book 1) by Angelina Kalahari is one of the best contemporary romance books that I have ever read. I was seduced by the opening chapter, and I was enchanted by the rest of the story.
Ms Kalahari has a gift for bringing Africa to life. I could feel the heat of the sun. I could envisage the sounds of the animals, and smell the warmth in the air. It was so beautifully portrayed that it felt like I was there. Wonderful.
The romance between Luca and Naomi was very real in the telling. It was very emotional and, more importantly, believable. There is a cast of supporting actors in this book, and it really gave the story a sense of realism. The story was so compelling that I simply could not put this book down.
This isn't the average romance. Ms Kalahari tackles some very emotive issues, but she so does with elegance and compassion. Well done.
I cannot recommend this book enough. If I could give it more stars, then I would. Under A Namibian Sky (A Desert Love Novel Book 1) is certainly in the top 5 romance books that I have read this year, actually scrap that, out of the romance books I have read and review this year, Under A Namibian Sky has the number 1 spot. I LOVED it.
I Highly Recommend!
*I read this book on Kindle Unlimited! *
It was especially nice to read a book set in the Namibian desert. The descriptions of the desert, especially at dawn and at night, are true to life and not overly romanticized. The author makes a strong point that we should all be concerned about the poaching of wild animals, especially elephants.
While the main characters are fairly well developed, I did find some problems with the book. The author mistakes the heroine's name in a couple of places, calling her Isabelle instead of Naomi. There are real problems with commas and even the one sentence in Italian is incorrect. This really needs an editor.
I think fans of romance novels will enjoy the book but it really wasn't for me.