Viviana Rivero


Viviana Rivero, born in Córdoba (Argentina) is a bestselling author and a lawyer. She has also worked as a producer and director of TV programmes and founded various self-defence groups for women. Her novels Secreto bien guardado (A well-kept secret) and Y ellos se fueron (And they went) were both instant bestsellers in Argentina. In 2011, Viviana Rivero won the title of Literary Artist of the Year of Córdoba, and the renowned newspaper La Voz del Interior named her Citizen of the Year for her literary activity. Viviana Rivero sold half a million copies of all of her titles. With Los colores de la felicidad (The Colours of Happiness), she became the top-selling author of romantic novels in her country.    

«Rivero seems to have cracked the code for bestsellers. »


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By Viviana Rivero

  • A Blinding Light

    NOVEL, 2021

    Is it possible for a couple to live happily in love when they come from two starkly different cultures? It's 2014 and the bloody civil war rages in Syria. Álvaro Sánchez, an...

  • Joaquín’s walnut tree


    Joaquín enjoys visiting Momo, a walnut tree close by his house where he collects delicious nuts for his mother's cakes. But one day something unexpected happens... and things change...

  • The Souls of Flowers

    NOVEL, 2019

    THIRD PLACE IN THE 2019 PLANETA PRIZE FOR THE NOVEL When the young and attractive María Álvarez enters the lives of the wealthy Díaz Montero twins, they find themselves...

  • Sapphires in the Skin

    NOVEL, 2018

    “The woman he had loved so dearly, who had disappeared from his life without a trace, was now standing in front of him with the news that they had had a child together.”   ...

  • Yes

    NOVEL, 2017

    Can a great love twist fate? At the beginning of 1920, Melisa Loyola, daughter of the most renowned tailor in Paris, longs to become a dancer and singer. Since she was a child, she has been...

  • The Colours of Happiness

    NOVEL, 2015

    What’s the price of happiness? In a country in turmoil, a man and a woman are willing to do anything to achieve it. Young Argentine photographer Brisa Giulli travels to Cuba as part of...

  • The Magic of Life

    NOVEL, 2014

    The Magic of Life is a brilliant novel about courage and true love, the kind that heals and believes in second chances. Emilia Fernán, a young Argentine journalist, travels to Florence to...

  • The Lady of the Night

    NOVEL, 2013

    Buenos Aires, 1935: The young attorney Juan Bautista falls in love with April, the beautiful daughter of his most bitter rival. Compelled by a painting that resonates deeply within him and in...

  • The Unspoken

    NOVEL, 2012

    Set in the vast and windswept landscape of Patagonia, Lo que no se dice (“The Unspoken“) tells the captivating story of two families whose lives interweave time and again over the...

  • 10 Magical Places in Argentina

    NON FICTION, 2011

    In this wonderful book, Viviana Rivero and Lucía Gálvez combine their talents to offer readers a rich vision of ten places in Argentina possessed of compelling magnetism and...

  • And They Went

    NOVEL, 2011

    Andalusia, 1906: Isabel Alaya is growing up on an idyllic vineyard in Algarrobo. When a plague destroys most of her family's crops, Isabel is forced to marry the wealthy Paco Reyes and follow him...

  • A Well-kept Secret

    NOVEL, 2010

      Buenos Aires, 2008. The discovery of a manuscript by a young woman who has recently come over from Spain will take her back in time to an impossible love story that defied the...

  • Woman and Schoolteacher (in a world of men)

    NOVEL, 2010

    “Manuel’s grey eyes and angular cheekbones popped into her mind. But she drove the image away by concentrating on the school. Her determination to expand the education system in the...

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