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InterestingIt wasn t a bad read, maybe somewhere in the middle She was too gullible for me Like so many women, we ignore the red flags that pop up throughout the relationship What she attribute to him being mysterious, was really someone who was secretive, hiding, sneaky and who had no real regard for her Sometimes in order to hold on to a relationship, we diminish our light, inner knowing and intelligence to appease the man and that is always a lose lose situation She had clearly been InterestingIt wasn t a bad read, maybe somewhere in the middle She was too gullible for me Like so many women, we ignore the red flags that pop up throughout the relationship What she attribute to him being mysterious, was really someone who was secretive, hiding, sneaky and who had no real regard for her Sometimes in order to hold on to a relationship, we diminish our light, inner knowing and intelligence to appease the man and that is always a lose lose situation She had clearly been protecting herself as she had been sexually active previously, then just a few months into the relationship, she was pregnant When we chose to ignore the red flags, we choose to ignore the truth He treated her poorly in the United States Anything she asked him, he would be hostile and sometimes downright angry for the simplest things When she came home and those men were there and she tried to question him, he was mean and nasty She knew absolutely nothing about him He had 11 siblings, but she didn t know that until it was too late She thought he was an only child and the time he grabbed her by the shoulder harshly and balled his hand into a fist aimed at her stomachall those red flags and she ignored them She was extremely lucky to get out alive because she discovered that he was a monster who acted as if he hated women, but then what can you expect from a terroristthey exist on hatred, evil and lies I always wondered how some could claim to love God, however you perceive Him, and do such evil, starting in your own home I ve been on a kick for almost two years reading about the middle eastern culture and most of the books were 90% non fiction and how they view and treat women is unbelievable and horrifying I am sure not all are that way, but it is clearly a vein that runs through their culturesuch a tragedy (((Free E-pub))) ☔ Brianna's Story: Married to an Arab (Women In Chains Book 1) ✕ Brianna Phillips thought she would never find another man to take the place of her high school sweetheart, Billy Starrett, who was killed in Iraq That was before she met a very handsome and somewhat mysterious man named Khaleel who, like Brianna, is an engineering student at Columbia University Before graduation, however, Brianna s life is turned upside down when she becomes pregnant with Khaleel s baby and is suddenly whisked away to a tiny village in the heart of Saudi Arabia s Empty Quarter Completely separated from everything she has ever known, Brianna quickly discovers that Khaleel is no longer the man she fell in love with That man has been replaced by a domineering stranger who wants to control everything, especially Brianna This revelation is followed by other shocks as Brianna tries to adjust to a world that has suddenly turned into an endless nightmare of abuse, suppression, threats, and isolation Pregnant and cut off from the outside world, Brianna can focus on only three things now her own safety, the safety of her unborn child, and, most of all, how to escape from a prison built on hatred Excellent storyI love stories like these of strong women who figure it out to save their lives this was very intriguing. Excellent and scary very brave Loved it Very gripping and kept me on the edge of my seat.A definite must read so intense Good read Read book in two days very good read brave lady a bit sad but a good ending must have been so frightening to be in that situation Good bookI was shocked what was the guy was really working for I am glad that she managed to get back to the America AverageAverage written Very easy to read 3rd grade level Parents should read first before letting their girls or boys read at book. The modern world has evolved in such a way that all nations intermingle and travel worldwide is common Every country has a potpourri of cultures and we can all learn a lot from the opportunities we have to integrate However, the fact that they are living in a different country does not necessarily mean that a person forsakes their roots.Who we fall in love with is dictated by the heart and the author, after previously suffering heartbreak, finally, at Columbia University, falls in love with a The modern world has evolved in such a way that all nations intermingle and travel worldwide is common Every country has a potpourri of cultures and we can all learn a lot from the opportunities we have to integrate However, the fact that they are living in a different country does not necessarily mean that a person forsakes their roots.Who we fall in love with is dictated by the heart and the author, after previously suffering heartbreak, finally, at Columbia University, falls in love with a handsome and mysterious Saudi Arabian.Then, before graduation, she finds herself pregnant with his child and the nightmare beginsSuddenly she finds herself in the Empty Quarter of Saudi Arabia the man she thought she knew has gone instead, now in his homeland she meets the real Khaleel.A real life horror story, brutally honest and offering a real insight into what a mixed marriage may actually means.This story as it evolves should serve as a salient warning to young girls throughout the world to take care The book was okayI have read many of these books, preferring true stories that feel real to me I ve been too close to some of the tamer, very realistic ones I worry that a few are written and a bit exaggerated to shock Though I have heard and seen things that make your toes curl as well, somehow the writing didn t feel right and please forgive me if I have offended or wronged anyone I read this a while back. As a true story written in the first person, this was a compelling read However, the emotional involvement of the author makes it impossible for her to detach from the story and give an unbiased evaluation Instead, her emotional pain is channeled into wildly racist generalities that serve the plot of the story, but undermine the reality of Arabic and Muslim cultures.