Dear Nadia: from a Mother's Love
If you think lottery winning does not change your life, think again. After what happened to Lisa S Gagnon in the past, she knows what she is talking about. She met a gentleman named, Mustafa who she thought was the perfect man for her life. He was caring, compassionate, and understanding. This was what she was looking for all along. He immigrated to Canada from Lebanon in the 1970s. Mustafa and she got married eventually and from their union was born two sweet children named Amina and Nadia on the dates of 1987 and 1991 respectively. Knowing Mustafa for eight years, suddenly decides to go to Lebanon for a family trip. He claimed his life was chaotic and could not think clearly anymore and that he needed to get away from the turmoil to get everything straighten out again. He said Lebanon would be the proper place to do this because he had family there and had their support. Lisa decides to go with him and the children, for fear the children wont have their mother and she didnt have a choice of say in the matter. Stranded, living in fear with a trusted man she thought she knew, now was becoming more possessive and controlling daily. Being betrayed by him, she could not leave Lebanon. She was on a mission like no other to leave with her children. An opportunity arises but turmoil follows. This riveting novel will tear your heart apart like no other.
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