Cry Back to Happiness

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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This story explores the relationship between three friends, Daraja, Fatima and India. It shows them at a point in their life where their strength, faith and pride are being put to the test. India discovers that her husband has been cheating on her. With shock and pain, she turns to her best friends for support. This led to the unravelling of their perception of true love, with each of them analysing their relationship with the men in their lives. Is India stronger than she always thought and will she be able to forgive her husband? Fatima has a choice to make, religion or boyfriend? Or can she have it all? And Daraja needs all the encouragement and support from her friends to take the steps that will lead her to reclaim the love of her life. Or will pride get in her way? This book is a journey through friendship, love, strength and religion as these friends rediscover themselves again, through the support of one another.

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About the author (2011)

Born in Gambia, she enjoyed the diversity of cultures from her Mauritanian-Senegalese father and Gambian-Sierra Leonean mother. She moved to England at the age of seventeen to further her studies. Wishing to follow in her Journalist mother's footsteps, she studied Media and Business Applications at Birkbeck. Her main passion has always been music, reading and fashion. In the course of her degree studies, she rediscovered her interest in writing and experimented with poetry. This led to writing a novel in which she uses her interest in people and cultures to inspire and bring her characters to life.

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