Ribbons & Heels (Print Copy) NOW AVAILABLE!

Good morning Everyone.. I’d like to announce that as of today Ribbons & Heels is availableR&H Cover on Amazon.com in print format so you can get your copies today! I look forward to hear your thoughts , feedback but above all I do hope very much you enjoy the book!

“A journey of love and life . . . Nariman, Iman, Sherine, and Nahla are four friends whose lives are closely intertwined. Diverse backgrounds and different experiences define them. Love, life, heartache — each experience is one they’ve known intimately. Throughout their tumultuous lives, their friendships have never wavered. Their minds, hearts, and souls are bound together, tested to their limits. Each unique circumstance draws them ever closer. Join them as they embark on a memorable journey that will live in their hearts forever.”

Written by: Tarek Refaat

Edited by : Nancy Medina

Link: http://amzn.to/ZrxnKx


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