The Diaries of Emily Saidouili
The Diaries of Emily Saidouili is an honest, intriguing and heartfelt look into marriage, love, children, and life from the eyes of an American woman in a foreign country. Author Bettye Givens personal experience in Morocco during the 1980's prompted her to write this novel about a romance that extends across two countries and two cultures.
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