Painting Kuwait Violet By Pamela Q. Fernandes – Review by Laura Furuta

Painting Kuwait VioletPainting Kuwait Violet by Pamela Q. Fernandes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Painting Kuwait Violet
By: Pamela Q. Fernandes
5 out of 5 stars

The story Painting Kuwait Violet by Pamela Q. Fernandes is a book that I enjoyed reading. It is a story that draws you in and I found myself not wanting to put it down until I had finished the last page. I enjoyed reading about Violet Baretto. She is a young woman who is beautiful and smart. She has taken a job as a maid and finds out all might not be as it seems at the house in which she works. Violet is someone who works hard and although she has a lot to learn does her best. There are situations happening that are disturbing, and the question arises just who is responsible. Violet is a character that I grew to love with each chapter that I read and she is someone that you want to succeed in all that she does. There is also the character of Sabah Dashti. She carries the burden of the situation regarding previous maids, police inquiries, and also the responsibility of running her business. Sabah soon finds that Violet has a good business sense and a new sort of relationship begins between them. All the while more disturbing events happen at Sabah’s home. Will the one that is responsible be caught? Read this story to find out. I liked how the story provides details on the customs and culture of the people of Kuwait. This book has characters that are intriguing and mysterious. The story is wonderfully written and was a pleasure to read.

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