Twenty-six-year-old Soukaina, a native of Morocco, has never left her country. Employed at a school, she seeks a worthy man with whom to spend the rest of her life. Married for eleven years and the father of three, Adam has lived a life of contradictions. Residing worlds apart, Soukaina and Adam find solace from each other through their letters. With his wife and children away in the wife's home country, Adam combats his loneliness by corresponding with Soukaina. As they write letters back and forth, they discover they are soul mates and vow to share their dreams, their hopes, and their lives. But will their love survive the distance and the challenges of their complicated lives?
Hassan Dibich, a United States citizen, was born in Casablanca, Morocco. He studied theology in Leuven, Belgium, and law in Strasbourg, France. He currently is a professor of French and Spanish at Richard Bland College, College of William and Mary, and J.S. Reynolds Community College, all in Virginia.
Dibich Hassan Dibich
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black & white illustrations