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Book By Author:  Natashiah Jansen

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Sabrine was anxiously awaiting her sister’s arrival. She paced up and down in the living room looking out the window every five minutes to check if Nadia arrived. Finally she heard a car pull up in the driveway. It was Nadia.
“So did you go?” Sabrine asked.
“Did it hurt?”
“No but the instruments she used was cold. She’s not very polite either,”
“What did you expect? It’s not like you were happily married and just had your first baby. You had your hymen fixed!”
“Oh thank you very much for reminding me,”
Nadia lived with her parents and sister, Sabrine, in New York’s Upper West side. Her father Yusuf, a civil engineer, and mother Zeenat, a pediatrician, worked very hard to give them a new life in the USA. It has been six years since they moved from Egypt. At first it was a bit hard to adapt to the new lifestyle and culture. Where they came from everything was done for them by their father, because it was not allowed for girls to move around freely without a male chaperone nor associate with males that are not family. Suddenly they were thrown into a world where there were no boundaries and no one cared who they associated with.
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Author:  Natashiah Jansen